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TONIGHT: Don't miss the ATiD Second Night Seder for 20s/30s! Not registered? Not to worry! Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/894832684646661/ or tedallas.org/calendar and sign up now.
March 28: Passover Festival Service
Let all who are hungry come and eat: As we sit at our Seder tables and see them filled with the special foods of the holiday, please think of those that might be hungry. The Passover Hunger Relief Drive is under way. https://www.tedallas.org/blog/let-all-who-are-hungry-come-and-eat
tedallas.org As we sit at our Seder tables and see them filled with the special foods of the holiday, please think of those that might be hungry. The Passover Hunger Relief Drive is under way. Please help us to contribute funds that will be distributed to our Social Justice partners, including but not...
March 27: Lefkowitz Minyan
March 26: Friday Night Services
Haggadah, Reimagined: The Passover Haggadah is ripe for interpretation, which, in turn, makes it the perfect book to reimagine. Read more from our Director of Libraries and Archives, Anjelica Ruiz: tedallas.org/blog/haggadah-reimagined
Passover 5781 begins tomorrow night! How are you preparing your home and hearts? Rabbi Dan shares some ideas below.
Our first night congregational seder is tomorrow on Zoom! Are you registered?
Our Temple Emanu-El Community Garden has a 9-year history of successfully increasing yield every year with the dedication, hard work and skills of our volunteers. If we are awarded the “Gardens for Good” grant, we feel confident that we will be successful at increasing our yield so that we can donate more organic food to our food-insecure neighbors in Vickery Meadow. With the help of Nature's Path, we could donate THREE TONS of organic produce next year!
VOTE FOR TEMPLE HERE and make sure to confirm your vote by checking your email after you cast your vote.
naturespath.com Our Gardens for Good grant supports community garden projects to grow organic food and nourish their communities. This year we’ve expanded our support to give 21 gardens $5,000 each.
Donate at participate.tedallas.org/hunger-relief-donation
Check out these recipes shared by our Temple clergy, choose one to make for your seder and share it on Instagram or Facebook with #TEPassover21.
Yoga Emanu-El March 23, 2021
These early 1900s handwritten Passover notes and sermons from Rabbi William Greenburg are just one of the many items in our Passover online archive exhibit. Check out the exhibit at https://tearchives.omeka.net/exhibits
Looking for ideas for a child-friendly seder? Kveller and PJ Library both have excellent haggadot (available to borrow from Weisberg Library) that retells the Exodus story in a fun way that keeps kids engaged.
Crafts are also a great way to make a seder fun. A favorite is the Passover question catcher, as well as playing “Who Am I?” using characters from the Passover story. You can find instructions for both of these ideas and more at https://better.net/chicago/life/weddings-celebrations/12-creative-ideas-for-a-kid-friendly-passover-seder/ and https://pjlibrary.org/beyond-books/pjblog/march-2013/engaging-children-at-the-passover-seder.
#passover #passoverseder #sederforkids #kidseder
pjlibrary.org Keep children interested and participating in your family Passover Seder with these practical, kid-friendly holiday tips.
March 21: YLE Sunday Morning Live! "Passover: Brought to You by the Number 4"
March 20: Lefkowitz Minyan
March 19: Friday Night Shabbat Services
Join Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion every month for real conversations at the intersection of Jewish and American values through the College Commons Book Club. The next meeting is this Tuesday, March 23 and will include Anjelica Ruiz, Director of Libraries and Archives at Temple Emanu-El Dallas. Get more info below.
Join us every month for real conversations at the intersection of Jewish and American values through the College Commons Book Club. The next meeting is this Tuesday, March 23 to discuss: See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love by Valarie Kaur.
This session will be hosted by Amanda Silva Ryan, Program Director at Tri-Faith Initiative with special guests: Jeremy Fricke, Tri-Faith Initiative Education Director and Anjelica N. Ruiz, Director of Libraries and Archives at Temple Emanu-El Dallas.
We asked several congregants to share their favorite charoset recipes from around the world and hope you’ll enjoy trying something new this year! (Pictured: Tina Wasserman's Panamanian Jaroset Halek.) Get the recipes on our blog: tedallas.org/blog
ALL HANDS ON DECK: Volunteers are needed for our special Passover mailing project to all members of our congregation. Please help us stuff envelopes tomorrow, Thursday, March 18. There are two shifts available: 10 a.m.-12 pm. and 12:30-2:30 p.m. Sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d4caea92fa4fdc16-passover
Don’t miss this important event tonight (Wednesday, March 17). More info ➡️ https://www.tedallas.org/calendar/event/antisemitism-the-changing-face-of-hate-with-jonathan-greenblatt
We are looking for more volunteers to fill shifts for our Passover letter writing project. New shifts are open for volunteers on Wednesday, March 17, and Thursday, March 18, and you can sign up at the link below. Thank you to all our members who have volunteered! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d4caea92fa4fdc16-passover
The past is always present with Temple’s Passover online archives exhibit. Pictured: 1986 congregational seder. Check out the exhibit: tearchives.omeka.net/exhibits
Saturday, March 27: Join Rabbi David Stern, Cantor Vicky Glikin and your Temple community for a fun, interactive Seder on the first night of Passover on Zoom! There will be polls, videos, and opportunities for meaningful and fun conversation with both old and new friends. More info: tedallas.org/calendar
March 13: Lefkowitz Minyan
March 12: Friday Night Shabbat Services
Yoga Emanu-El March 9, 2021
We are looking for more volunteers to fill shifts for our Passover letter writing project. New shifts are open for volunteers on Thursday, March 11, and Sunday, March 14, and you can sign up at the link below. Thank you to all our members who have volunteered!
In case you missed it: We had a great time at the rescheduled Purim Carnival on Sunday! Thanks to everyone who was a part of the afternoon.
Late last week we learned that the Tasby Middle School food pantry in Vickery Meadow was completely empty. Big thanks to the Johnson Family for shopping and delivering to our neighbors in need this morning! #MitzvahMonday
March 7: YLE Sunday Morning Live! "The Heroes of Pesach"
March 6: Lefkowitz Minyan
March 5: Friday Night Shabbat Services
Visit Temple’s virtual Passover archives exhibit and see the themes of hope and redemption play out in the context of modern times. Plus, find handwritten sermon notes over 100 years old and listen to Rabbi Levi A. Olan's Passover sermon from 1959. (Pictured here: 1986 congregational seder.) You can access this new online exhibit here:
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