Food & Household Items Donated
for JFCS Sonny & Janet Meyer Pantry
WOTS visited Tingley House (VoA) to wish residents Happy Birthday and deliver needed items.
Temple Shalom welcomed Efrat Srerbo, director of the Musical Kindergarten in Akko, who talked during services on Israel's activities in developing countries. At the end of her talk, she led the congregation in a lively dance.
Tot Shabbat Purim 2015
Blooming Bazaar Coming Soon
Adult Education - Monday, April 6 at 7:00 pmTHE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF CAIRO, EGYPT THEN AND NOWPresented by Leon Wahba The story of a vibrant, comfortable community of nearly 100,000 that has now been reduced to less than 10... all women.
Leon was born in Cairo in 1946. Thanks to the Jewish Federation of Louisville he came to Louisville at the age of 13. He is a graduate of Seneca High School and U of L. He was in banking for 35 years heading the International Dept. of Cleveland based Key Bank until 2000 and then Atlanta based SunTrust, until his retirement in 2005.
Leon is a long time member and leader of the local Jewish Community Relations Council (CRC). He is an avid student of politics, particularly as it relates to Israel and the Middle East.
Passover Tot Shabbat - April 11Join Rabbi Jessica, Rabbi Miles, and Aryeh the Lion for a Passover Tot Shabbat on Saturday, April 11th at 9:30 am at Temple Shalom. Please RSVP to the office by April 8th.
Adult Education with Rabbi Jessie - April 12Rabbi Jessica will discuss the results of the recent Israeli elections and their potential implications on Sunday, April 12th, at 10:00 am.
Save the Date - 2nd Annual Blooming Bazaar on April 19Another opportunity to buy gorgeous plants for a beautiful garden this spring. 2nd Annual Temple Shalom Blooming Bazaar on Sunday April 19, 2015. Pre-order forms are now available on the Temple Shalom website. Pre-order pick-up date – Thursday, April 16.
We need congregation members to volunteer for 2 hour shifts from 8-10, 10 -12, 12- 2, 2- 4, and cleanup 4- 6. If you can help, please contact Sofiya in the Temple Shalom office.
Temple Shalom Shabbaton WeekendRegistration forms for the upcoming Shabbaton weekend at GUCI, May 8 – 10, are available in the April Kol Shalom. The cost for lodging and food is $75 per person and children under age 18 are free. A Shabbaton committee, chaired by Alex Rosenberg, is busy planning a wonderful weekend exploring the theme of Why We are the Chosen People. Registration forms and payment are due to the Temple Shalom office by April 17th.
Save the Date - An Evening of Music and Magic - May 17
The Louisville Leopard Percussionists were recently featured on Good Morning America. Click here to see the story: Good Morning America
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