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PARTY - Panhandle Area Temple Youth: There’s a PARTY and you’re invited! Post B’nai Mitzvah teens (ages 13- 18) are welcome to join our teen programming, where they can be leaders in the congregation and engage in the following ways:

Monday evenings - teens gather for learning and relational time during which they explore issues important and interesting to them. These include: friendships, relationships, peer pressure, body image and current events. This program takes place between 6:00 and 8:00pm. 

Madrichim (teachers’ assistants): This program develops useful leadership skills through working as assistant teachers and specialists in program areas. The Madrichim undergo training that includes learning how to work with younger students and developing professional and organization skills. The Madrichim are expected to act as role-models to the youth community.

Social Programming: TI teens will have an opportunity to attend recreational, social, and social justice-focused events which will enable them to create, develop, and foster friendships – as well as deepen their engagement and commitment to the Jewish community.

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Sisterhood

The Sisterhood is an auxiliary of the Temple Israel congregation, affiliated with the Women of Reform Judaism. Our Sisterhood was founded in 1929. We support the Temple Israel congregation and our community through able hands, fundraising, social events, and community action.

Membership is open to any person who is committed to the goals and objectives of Sisterhood, our congregation, and the Jewish community. The objectives of Sisterhood are to foster and further the highest ideals of Judaism as expressed through the synagogue; to promote friendship among members; and, in cooperation with the congregation, to be a mentor for religious, social, and educational activities.

Ongoing Sisterhood activities include operating the Spinning Dreidel Gift Shop and holding book club gatherings, Rosh Chodesh events, and Tikkun Olam projects. We recently released To Food, To Life, L’Chaim!—a Sisterhood cookbook commemorating this group’s 90th anniversary in 2019. It is available for purchase through Temple Israel’s Spinning Dreidel gift shop.

For information about membership, contact Chris Grossman.

For additional information, please contact our president, Carol Frank.

For “fast facts” about our Sisterhood and information on upcoming events, please visit What’s Going On Now in Sisterhood.

Also, learn more from our annual report to Temple Israel, April 2021.

Yours with fun, friendship, and persistence,
Carol Frank, President, Temple Israel Sisterhood

Brotherhood

Brotherhood is open to all Temple members over the age of 18 who identify as male.  This group plans a variety of fun events and meets on the third Thursday of each month (locations vary). Event suggestions are always welcome! For more information, please contact Temple Israel's Brotherhood President, Rich Daniels.

Sat, October 16 2021 10 Cheshvan 5782