From the Rabbi – September 2016

From the Rabbi – September 2016

Greetings, dear friends! We think of summer as a time to reconnect with family and friends, have a bit of a break from academic year routines, visit vacation locales near and far, and take everything at a slower pace. I hope each one of you has set aside some time for rest, peace, and rejuvenation during these summer months, and that you are feeling ready to shift into the beauties and blessings of autumn. (more…)...
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Temple Emanuel’s New Website

Temple Emanuel’s New Website

We have a new website! It's at the same location, www.temv.org, but has a new look and organization. We hope it helps both members and non-members learn more about what makes TEMV special, find out what services and events are coming up, and discover new ways to get involved. Our News section in particular will be a dynamic area with regular posts about TEMV happenings (and perhaps an occasional recipe). As with much from our Jewish heritage, the website is an ongoing project of writing, arranging, and editing. We will continue updating and adding information throughout the site in the coming weeks....
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Temple Emanuel Open House

Temple Emanuel Open House

Come to our Open House and bring a friend (or several)! Sunday, August 28, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Meet Rabbi Robin Sparr, board members, temple leaders, and members at large Tour the building, see what's new, and find out what's being planned for the coming year Enjoy refreshments, including bagels, lox, and coffee Find out how TEMV can become a part of your life!   Contact membership@temv.org to RSVP or with questions....
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Come to the Community Corner Flea Market

Come to the Community Corner Flea Market

Come sell your gently used treasures and find new ones! TEMV is holding its first-ever Community Corner Flea Market on July 24, 2016, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Anyone can rent a table at the event for $30 in order to sell their items. Sellers set their own prices and keep the proceeds from anything they sell, beyond the cost of the table. The event is free for those who wish to shop. “TEMV has had a number of successful yard sales in past years, but we decided to use a flea market format this time so that community members could earn some...
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