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through an inclusive approach to Judaism.

We live our Jewish values in our worship, celebration, lifelong learning
and Tikkun Olam-the repair of the world.

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Shabbat Services

Thursday, November 23
Temple Office, Chavaya & Kehillah School Closed (Thanksgiving)

Parashat Vayetzei
Friday, November 24

Temple Office & Kehillah School Closed (Thanksgiving)
7:30 pm Shabbat Evening Service
Saturday, November 25
9 am Shabbat Morning Service/Torah Study

Parashat Vayishlach
Friday, December 1
7:30 pm Shabbat Evening Service/Human Rights Shabbat
preceded by Social Action Dinner (click to join us for dinner)
Saturday, December 2
9 am Torah Study
9 am Tot Shabbat/Birthday Blessings
10:30 am Shabbat Morning Service/Bar Mitzvah: Jody Alter

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Temple Israel of New Rochelle's Blog!

Read "TINR TABLET"
Topic: Camp Pinebrook Open House Sunday, December 3rd, Noon!

Camp Pinebrook at Temple Israel of New Rochelle is where children (ages 4-8) make friends, build skills and have fun in a vibrant community infused with Jewish values. So learn more about the program, the facilities and meet the leadership team!

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Quote of the Week

Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go. – Joshua 1:6

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Refugee & Immigration Crisis

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In Support of Refugees: A subcommittee has been formed, devoted to working with HIAS (the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) and with other faith groups in New Rochelle and Westchester to welcome and support refugee families to our community. Read more, and see how you can make a difference.

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