Friday, April 22, 2022, at 7:00 p.m.
TAE Sanctuary or live-streamed!
Join Cantor Shukiar, the TAE Chorale, and the Band of Milk and Honey as we recall our Exodus from Egypt across the Sea of Reeds to freedom. As we remember the song that Moses, Miriam and the Hebrews sang at the shores of the sea, we will experience an evening filled with music and spirit, together exploring songs of peace, Shalom Rav, and Sim Shalom.
Discover the history, mystery, and meaning of these texts through various versions spanning many generations of Jewish music. You do not want to miss this chance to study and experience these wonderful and meaningful pieces of our liturgy.
Saturdays, 10:00 a.m.
Location: Temple Adat Elohim
Check the TAE Calendar for the campus location.
TAE’s lay-led weekly meditation service weaves together meditative traditions from Judaism and elsewhere to deepen our ability to live joyful, meaningful, and wise lives. Practices may include mindfulness, lovingkindness meditation, walking meditation, morning blessings of gratitude, singing of Chassidic niggunim (songs without words), kirtans, and more. You do not need to have a background in meditation to participate. All are welcome!
Join our Booth Brothers, Rabbi Diamond and Cantor Shukiar, for a virtual Sukkah sleepover!!!
Get your screens ready for an event to be remembered!
Monday, September 20th, 4:00 p.m.
to Tuesday, September 21st, 10:00 a.m.
Activities include interactive games and contests, bedtime stories, lullabies, snacks, and of course, the blessings for Sukkot and the shaking of the Lulav and Etrog.
Get your supplies ready for our
Paper Chain Contest, Monday at 4:15 p.m. (Virtual)
Campfire S’mores, Monday at 8:00 p.m. (Virtual)
A complete schedule of events will be available soon!
CLICK HERE to sponsor this sleepover experience today!!!
Subject to change
Monday, September 20th
4:00 p.m. Welcome
4:15 p.m. Decorate Sukkah: Paper Chain Contest
4:40 p.m. Shofar Blast
5:00 p.m. Minute to Win It – Game 1
5:15 p.m. Online Charades – Heads Up
5:30 p.m. Minute to Win It – Game 2
5:45 p.m. Twister
6:00 p.m. Dinner & Dialogue
6:30 p.m. Hide and Find Lulav and Etrog and Blessings for Sukkot
7:00 p.m. Bedtime Stories and Lullabies
8:00 p.m. Campfire S’mores
8:30 p.m. Never Have I Ever
9:00 p.m. Exotic Desserts
Tuesday, September 21st
8:00 a.m. Sukkot Song Session
8:30 a.m. Water Balloon Toss
9:00 a.m. Scavenger Hunt
Join Lois Roman, trustee of the Memorial Scrolls Trust, as she discusses the history of the Czech Scroll, the most ancient Torah scroll in our temple’s ark.
Sunday, May 16th, at 7:00 p.m.
Followed by a Yizkor (memorial) service led by
Rabbi Diamond and Cantor Shukiar
7:00 p.m. – Lois Roman of the Memorial Scroll Trust will speak, followed by a Q&A
8:00/8:15 p.m. – (immediately following) – Yizkor Click here to join the Zoom room
About Lois Roman
Lois Roman is a Trustee of the Memorial Scrolls Trust (MST), and serves as the US Representative based on the East Coast. The Memorial Scrolls Trust is a London based non-profit which oversees the legacy of 1,564 Czech Torah scrolls that survived the Shoah. After a miraculous story of survival, these scrolls arrived in London and were dispersed on permanent loan to caring communities around the world. Lois began her involvement with MST several years ago following a long career on Wall Street as a money manager. She has a degree from Brandeis University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
The Czech Scroll Story: from WWII to the Diaspora
A series of miracles allowed a huge hoard of Czech Torah scrolls to survive the devastation of the Shoah and stand as a testament to the communities that perished. The Memorial Scrolls Trust is committed to maintaining the legacy of these scrolls by dispersing 1400 of them around the world on permanent loan from our collection. To those who were entrusted with the scrolls, they are a symbol of hope as well as sorrow. The hope pushed forward an ongoing mission. We believe these Czech scrolls should be reinstituted in Jewish life as a memorial to the vanished communities which once treasured them. The Memorial Scrolls Trust bears witness to the fulfillment of this hope. Let us teach our children about the world of miracles and let us use the scrolls to remind people about what binds them together everyday.