Soup Supper

Soup Supper

Friday, December 15 after the service, which begins at 6:00 p.m.
Warm up your Shabbat by sharing a hearty bowl of soup with friends.  Bring a pot of soup to share and get in free.  Cost is $5/adult, $3 for children ages 4-12 and free for younger children.  Attendees who don’t bring soup should bring a side dish to share that will feed ten hungry people.  Last names starting with A-M please bring a salad; N-Z please bring a dessert.  Temple will provide challah.  RSVP here.

Ryterband Brunch

A Psychoanalyst and Physicist Diagnosis for the World’s Pain: The Einstein-Freud Correspondence of 1931-31

Sunday, December 17 

Dr. Fred Krome

A Psychoanalyst and Physicist Diagnosis for the World's Pain: The Einstein-Freud Correspondence of 1931-31

The Dorothee and Lewis Ryterband Lectures Series, sponsored by the Temple Israel Brotherhood welcomes Dr. Fred Krome.  Brunch begins at 9:45 a.m. and the presentations begin at 10:15 a.m.  All curious about learning more about our Jewish community and the Jewish faith are welcome, members, non-members, Jewish or not.  No prior knowledge is required or expected.  Cost is $65 for the series or $7 for individual sessions.

For more information and the complete schedule >


Torah on Tap

Wednesday, December 20 at 5:30 p.m. at The Dublin Pub

Join Rabbi Karen Bodney-Halasz at The Dublin Pub (300 Wayne Ave.) for some drinks and discussion about topics relevant to modern Jewish living.  You’ve got the questions, we’ve got the rabbi!  First round is on us!  Feel free to order some dinner there.  


Service of Healing

shutterstock_2539250Special Healing Service – December 22 at 5:45 p.m.

Those who are living with illness, grieving, caring for others, or seeking wholeness on any level are invited to participate in a service of healing and hope with Rabbi Bodney-Halasz on Friday, December 22 at 5:45 p.m. in the chapel.  At this service, we draw strength from traditional liturgy, music, and personal stories.  Temple’s regular service will follow at 6:30 p.m.  For more information, please contact Rabbi Bodney-Halasz at 937.496.0050 or