Welcome to Temple Etz Chaim
Sunday, January 29, 11:00am - 2:00pm at Temple Etz Chaim
Mark your calendar for a Community brunch. Join us for an informal gathering for good food and good company- come at 11:00 or after religious school and before big games. Drop-in for a bagel or stay longer, if you wish. See your temple friends and reconnect in a relaxing setting. Children will enjoy time with their temple friends while parents schmooze. Good times! Please, rsvp to bring a breakfast item-juice, bagels, bagel toppings, breads, an egg dish, vegetable dish, fruit platter or dessert. Delicious coffee will be provided. RSVP to Connie Shulman at by 1/26. We look forward to seeing you.
Saturday, February 11, 6:00-7:00pm at TEC
Come in your favorite jammies to say goodbye to Shabbat and welcome a new week with friends in a cozy, fun-filled Havdalah! The Rabbi will read a story, and we will make a craft, smell the spices and enjoy a yummy snack together. Members and non-members welcome! For questions and to RSVP, please contact Laura Waldman and Stephanie Ries
Saturdays: Feb 11, 18... Mar 11, 18... 8:30-9:30am at Temple Building
Join the Rabbi for our weekly text study. No Hebrew needed. We'll study text in English. Texts and bagels provided. Come when you can or come every Saturday. The door is open to open your mind! Please contact Rosie with any questions. Read more about adult studies offered at Temple Etz Chaim.
Monday, January 23, 7:00pm - 8:30pm at TEC
Do you sing in the shower? Dance in the kitchen? Like to have fun? Join us in a PurimSpiel "Oh What A Spiel - The Jersey Boys Megiah". Casting Session at Temple Beth Torah. For more information, please contact Reva Tankle.
Mr. Dooley’s Olde Irish Country Pub of Wrentham, Sunday, January 29, 5:00pm-11:00pm
Come for dinner and drinks, stay for music all while supporting Temple Etz Chaim! Enjoy live music by our own Michael Rivelis. Dooley's will donate 20% of your check to Temple Etz Chaim. Please present this flyer this flyer when ordering. Good for dine-in or take-out orders. Excluding other coupons or incentives. Share with your friends and family. Contact Margot for questions.
Monday, February 13, 7:00 pm at Bellingham Whole Foods Market Cafe
Having a hard time making healthy choices or looking for more nutritious options? Join Healthy Eating Specialist Dawn Berthelette, for a presentation using plant-based, nutrient dense foods. It doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive to eat well, it just takes a little know-how.
New Year of the Trees Traditionally, a bounty of fruits and vegetables grace the Tu B’Shevat table so we will be focusing on including as many of them as possible in this class, including the seven species mentioned in the Torah.
In lieu of a fee for this event, we are collecting donations for JNF - Jewish National Fund in recognition of Tu B’Shevat. Each tree costs $18.00. Please RSVP to let us know you'll be attending. For information please contact Melissa Folsom.
We are creating a cookbook that will be available for purchase for the Winter holiday season next year. To do this, we need your recipes. Imagine helping to build your new favorite cookbook and helping the Temple at the same time. Send your favorite recipes to Jayme Solomon-Zissu.
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