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Although we are living in extraordinary times, Temple Shaari Emeth has continued to provide a strong Jewish foundation for our community.  We have offered virtual Friday night services which have included a Drive-In Shabbat Service and an At-Home-Shabbarbeque Service. Our Religious School provided a strong Jewish education for our children. Our Youth Groups met online throughout the school year, ensuring that our youth continued to connect with each other. The Early Learning Center Camp opened to our children to give them a safe, fun, and social way to spend their summer.

Temple Shaari Emeth is an important part of our community’s Jewish identity. During these challenging times, our Temple continues to provide stability and strength to our congregants and our community. Now more than ever the Temple will need to rely on the generosity of our members and supporters to ensure that we meet the needs of everyone in our congregation. Towards this end we have created new levels and opportunities for giving.

 

 

 

Contribution Levels

Recognition in Book of Life

Recognition on Wall in Front of Sanctuary and on High Holy Days Virtual Site

Small Brick on Walkway

 

Large Brick on Walkway

 

 

Sponsorship of Temple Website

 

Chaver (Friend) 

Up to $180

 

 

 

 

Mitzvah (Commandment)

Up to $540

 

 

 

 Simcha (Joy)
  Up to $1,799
                               

Mazal

(Good Fortune)

$1,800 - $3,599

 

 

Chai (Life)

$3,600 +

 

Every contributor will be recognized in the Book of Life, which lists the names of this year’s B’nai Mitzvah, Confirmands, newlyweds, newborn children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.  It also contains pictures and information celebrating the past year at Temple Shaari Emeth.  By including your name in the Book of Life, not only can we acknowledge your generosity to the Temple but it also enables you to honor the accomplishments of community members and send a High Holy Day greeting for a good New Year.

We know that some of our Temple family may be facing financial challenges during this difficult time, but any level of contribution makes a difference. We are hoping for 100% participation this year!!  Please donate to the 2020 – 2021 TSE Community Appeal today. 

Shana tova -- wishing you sweetness, good health and blessing in the new year.

Kol yisrael aravin zeh ba zeh -- All Israel is responsible one for the other.

L’shalom,

Rabbi Melinda Panken

 

Fabian Burstyn 

President

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Sun, September 27 2020 9 Tishrei 5781