Post Paris-Attack Sermon

November 20, 2015
by Rabbi Neil Amswych

Shop 'til Shabbat!

Gift Shop Open!

Chanukah supplies are here:
candles, dreidels, gelt, gifts & more!
Books by congregant authors will be available for purchase.

The Gift Shop will be open before services
Fridays: November 27 and December 4

Come shop 'til Shabbat!

Upcoming Adult Education Programs!

Foundations of Judaism with Rabbi Neil Amswych
Sundays from 11:15 am-12:30 pm
Cost: TBS Members free, Non-members $20 per session

This course explores various perspectives of Judaism including ritual practice, prayer, thought, text, Israel, and what it means to be a Reform Jew today.

Participants are invited to submit questions (preferably in advance) based on the title of each session. You may email questions to rabbineil@gmail.com.

• December 6: Differing Jewish Movements in History and Today
• December 13: Is Reform Judaism Halakhic?
• December 20: Reform Judaism Today (followed by celebratory siyyum)

Contact Joy Rosenberg for more information – joy.rosenberg@sftbs.org or 982.6161

Why Are We Here?

Throughout the High Holy Days, Rabbi Neil's sermons explored responses to differing versions of the question, "Why Are We Here....?"

From "Why are we here in services?" to "Why are we here at all?", each sermon connected to the others while also standing alone.

A summary sheet for personal study and reflection based on the series of five sermons can be opened and downloaded below.

2015/5776 High Holy Day Appeal

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Services & Study This Week

Friday, November 27
6:30 pm Erev Shabbat Service
Baby naming for Lilah Rose Hill

Saturday, November 28
9:00 am Torah study with Bagels, Lox, and Coffee, SH
10:30 am Morning Service

Monday, November 30
Monday Morning Minyan and Study led by Aaron Wolf and Dana Densmore


Estate Planning

Consider TBS in your estate planning. To see how you can contribute to the TBS Foundation, visit the Ways to Give page.