Torah with Laura will offer a Torah chanting for beginners class launching at 11:00 am on Sunday 10/26. Call the office at 908-276-9231 for more info and to register. This is an amazing opportunity to learn to chant Torah with one of our most respected members and one of the kindest people you will ever meet.
There is still time to register for the Chesed Connection’s Taste of Fall Dinner. Help kick off Cantor Kintisch’s installation weekend with a home cooked meal featuring: Cod Seasonal veggies Veggie chicken nuggets and pasta for the kids This is an incomplete menu! The chefs are hard at work and are using high quality, delicious … Continue reading Taste of Fall Kabbalat Shabbat Dinner
Our Man of the Year is David Schwartz. David has been a member of our club since joining the Shul in the early 1970s. He has held many positions in our shul including Board of Education President, 1st,2nd and 3rd Vice President and is currently the High Holiday committee chairman. Our Youth of the Year … Continue reading The TBEMC Men’s Club is proud to announce our honorees for 5775.
Join us throughout the weekend, October 24-26 for the installation celebrations in honor of Cantor Kintisch. Friday, October 24 6:30 pm Friday night service led by Cantor Kintisch Fall Harvest Dinner Sponsored (and cooked) by The Chesed Committee RSVP to John.Harris621@gmail.com by 10/21/2014 Saturday, October 25 Kiddush in Honor of Cantor Kintisch following Services Sunday, October … Continue reading Cantor Installation Weekend
Please join us a TBEMC for an installment of the author tour sponsored by the Jewish Book Council. Rabbi Menachem Genack will discuss his book “Letters to President Clinton- Biblical Lessons on Faith and Leadership” With a foreword by President Clinton, this book is a collection of correspondence between Rabbi Genack and President Clinton, including divrei … Continue reading “Letters to President Clinton – Biblical Lessons on Faith and Leadership”
One of my favorite parts of my job is that I get to play. Being a rabbi in this community, I get invited to go talk to a lot of different groups of people. One of my favorite invites that I get is to go celebrate Shabbat at the JCC preschool in Scotch Plains. Spending … Continue reading Rabbi Goldstein’s Yom Kippur Yizkor Sermon
Quote in featured image attributed to Alan Moore’s Watchmen A man goes to a doctor. He explains to the doctor that he’s depressed. He says that life seems very harsh and cruel. He says that, even surrounded by people, he feels all alone in this threatening world where what lies ahead is vague and uncertain. … Continue reading Rabbi Goldstein’s Kol Nidre Sermon
Join the TBEMC Men’s Club for Poker in the Sukkah Sunday, October 12, 2014 5:00 PM $10 buy in $15 for food (barbecue, soda, chips) Bring your own non-flavored beer First 15 minutes will be a poker introduction RSVP by October 7 to Seth Farber firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-610-2125
Corned Beef, Pastrami, Turkey and Roast Beef. Potato Salad & Coleslaw, Assorted Relishes, Rye Bread, Dinner Rolls, Mustard & Russian Dressing. Assorted mini kinishes and kasha varnishkes. Plus grilled veggie wraps (by request only). Oy! What a spread! You’re not going to want to miss this highly anticipated holiday tradition. This year the dinner will … Continue reading Sukkot Shabbat Dinner
In Los Angeles sits a house just like any other. It is a modest two bedroom, one bath white Spanish style house with a tile roof with a blue door. If you look a little closer, you can see where the paint is chipping, and that the driveway is unusually narrow and ill-suited for cars; … Continue reading Rabbi Goldstein’s Rosh Hashanah Sermon: Day 1