Family Shabbaton June 5-6
Charlene Gubitz (Knoxville) our Song Leader for Shabbaton
Annual Congregational Meeting June 7, 2015
Special Service Leader - July 25thOur Shabbat Service on July 25th will be led by Student Rabbi David Bloom. David is the son of the Drs. Karen and Steve Bloom. This spring he completed his first year at the HUC-JIR Jerusalem campus and will resume his studies at HUCs Cincinnati campus this fall. He will have a monthly student pulpit in Richmond, IN and will be working at the Hillel at Miami University in Oxford, OH.
David is the second person from Temple Shalom to study for ordination at HUC. Rabbi Audrey Korotkin was ordained in 1999.
We welcome David to his Temple Shalom home!
It's WOTS Yard Sale TimeWOTS (Women of Temple Shalom) will hold their annual indoor "yard sale" on Friday, July 17, and Sunday, July 19 from 8am to 2pm both days. (NOTE: No sale on Saturday, July 18).Donations for the sale may be dropped off at Temple Shalom, 4615 Lowe Road on Sunday, July 5 and Sunday, July 12 from 10am to noon both days. WOTS will furnish letters for tax deduction purposes.WOTS is collecting sporting goods, housewares, dishes, furniture, baby and toddler clothes, toys, baby items such as strollers and high chairs, games and puzzles, books, lamps, and miscellaneous household items. Electronics such as old TVs, printers or computers will not be accepted. Items must be in good or gently used condition.If you have large pieces of furniture to be picked up, call Temple Shalom at 458-4739 and leave a message for Frankie Bloom or Connie Moser to contact you.
Pizza for the Pantry - August 16thPizza for the Pantry, the annual JFCS Food Pantry fundraiser, is on Sunday, August 16, 2015 from 12-2 pm at Wick's Pizza on Goose Creek Road.Tickets are on sale at JFCS and through members of the food pantry ($7 for adults). The Temple Shalom point of contact is Tami Penner.
Also, don't forget to bring non-perishable food items for the food pantry whenever you come to Temple Shalom. This is a great mitzvah you can do!
Wanted: Shabbat Torah and D'var Torah ReadersTemple Shalom is looking for volunteers to read Torah and volunteers to give a D'var Torah during an occasional Friday or Saturday Shabbat service. Rabbi Miles will help you prepare. Consider reading on the anniversary of your Bar/Bat Mitzvah. If interested, please contact Rabbi Miles to schedule.
Got Something on Your Mind?Temple Shalom’s newly revised website at www.templeshalomky.org has a Virtual Suggestion Box. The Board of Trustees would love to hear suggestions from our congregants. The Virtual Suggestion Box is available under the 'Contact Us' menu item.
Temple Shalom4615 Lowe RoadLouisville, Kentucky 40220Phone: 502-458-4739
Office HoursMonday - Friday: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
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