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Pursuing Justice: Being a TBS "Upstander"

Join us on June 20 from 7:30pm to 9:00pm at TBS for an inspirational program detailing the critical need for Jewish communities mobilized for justice. This program will lay out the landscape of how the Boston Jewish Community has come together to address many dimensions of the injustice facing immigrants and refugees, and offer pathways forward. This moment has also created new opportunities to build relationships with our Muslim neighbors. We will learn from Jewish Community Relations Council Senior Organizer, Rachie Lewis, and TBS leaders. This is a time for action as a community! Join us for this important program which will provide tangible ways to make a difference! Please RSVP to Tiziana Getz at [email protected].

Three Score More or Less goes to "42nd Street"

Join us on Sunday, August 6, at 2:00pm to see the ultimate show-biz musical, 42ND STREET, a celebration of Broadway, Times Square, and the people who make the magic of musical theatre happen! Light dinner following the show. Cost is $46 per person including dinner. Reservation and payment must be received by June 22. Send your check (made payable to Temple Beth Shalom) to: Millie Cohen, 100 Rosemary Way #226, Needham, MA 02494. Any questions – Contact Brenda Nagel: 508-652-9929.

Three Score More or Less goes to "Harvey Robbin's Royalty of Rock 'n' Roll"

Join us on Sunday, September 10, at 2:00pm at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly. The show features: “The Jackie Wilson Show” with son Bobby Wilson; “The Legacy of Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters” with son Ron McPhatter; “Honoring the Del Vikings’ Original Lead Norman Wright” with sons Norman Jr. and Anthony; Young James Brown; and Prosha Funches, daughter of former Platters’ lead. Cost: $45 per person. Open to all adult TBS members and guests. Reservation and payment must be received by July 10. Send your check (made payable to Temple Beth Shalom) to: Millie Cohen, 100 Rosemary Way #226, Needham, MA 02494. Any questions – Contact Cindi Elias ([email protected] or 508-653-2394).

Eastern Europe & Israel with Rabbi Jay

For information about joining Rabbi Jay on his next trip to Eastern Europe and Israel from October 22 to November 5, 2017, click here.

Age Together

Are you a current or former caregiver for an aging loved one? Do you need recommendations for eldercare resources, are you looking for advice, or do you have information to share?

To help family caregivers at TBS, we've teamed up with Age Together, a new, free social networking site. Age Together makes it easy for caregivers to find and connect with one another to share experiences, advice, and resource recommendations.

Age Together enables members to ask questions and exchange information with others via private, one-on-one messages. By joining communities on Age Together, like the one for TBS, you can easily connect with caregivers you know.

The more members of our community who sign up for Age Together, the better we can support one another. Even if you're a former caregiver, please consider joining so you can help others by sharing the valuable lessons you've learned.

To join the TBS Community on Age Together, please visit: www.agetogether.com/community-landing/tbsneedham.

If you have questions about the Temple's role in this endeavor, please contact Wendy Shulman at [email protected]. If you have questions about the Age Together platform, please contact Ariel Sherry at [email protected] or Steve Sherry at [email protected].  

TBS in the "Boston Globe"

TBS is proud to continue its efforts to make our community as accessible and welcoming as it should be. A recent article in the Boston Globe highlights our extensive program of inclusion and the wonderful Bat Mitzvah of Zoe Spiegel! (Mazel Tov again to Zoe and her family - Rob, Mira, and Aaron!).  For the article, click here.

Messages from our Rabbis about the 2016 Election

Click here to see a message from our Rabbis about the 2016 Election.  In addition, on Friday, November 11, Rabbi Todd shared a Shabbat evening sermon on the recent election results titled "Fear and hope in a time of uncertainty".  If you were not able to be with us and would like to read his words, please visit his sermon page or click here

Our Holocaust Torah and the Sobeslav Plaque Dedication

Click here to watch the video of the TBS-sponsored dedication to remember the Jews of Sobeslav in the Czech Republic, from where our Holocaust torah comes.

Bumps, Babies & Beyond  Registration

Registration is now open for Bumps, Babies & Beyond.  For more details and to sign up, click here.

New at TBS: The TBS Business Directory

Do you own a business?  Are you self-employed?  Temple Beth Shalom is creating an online business directory populated with businesses owned and managed by our members.  If you would like to have your business listed in our free online directory, please visit the new link on the left hand menu or click here.  And if you are looking for a business (a handyman, a restaurant, a dentist, a doctor, or anyone), please feel free to visit our listing of TBS member owned business and support your fellow TBS members.

Greening Your Simcha

Shomrei Adamah has a new initiative to make your events and parties more green. For more information, click here.

Help our Bar/Bat Mitzvah Students Help Others

Support our Bar/Bat Mitzvah students with their Mitzvah projects.  For more information on their charitable endeavors, click here.  

 TBS Affiliates: Union for Reform Judaism   Ruderman Synagogue Inclusion Project

Alzheimer's Workshop: Effective Communication Strategies

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