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e-Shofar

e-Shofar is an electronic newsletter published periodically as a way for us to share information about activities at Temple Aliyah, a way for our clergy, professional staff and lay leaders to share messages with congregants, and a way to acknowledge the generous gifts made by congregants and others to the many important funds at Temple Aliyah.  We hope you enjoy e-Shofar.

Please note that until December, 2018, all donations to Temple ALiyah were listed in the final pages of the Shofar. Beginning in December, 2019, these are now listed on a separate page online, updated on a monthly basis. You can see those listings here.

Winter 2019

The theme of this issue is Hanukkah, with messages from Rabbi Perkins (The Miracle of the First Day), Cantor Gloth (Light), Synagogue President David Farbman (President's Message), Director of Education Alisa Levine (Light and Peace), Director of Early Childhood Education Debbi Fendell (Bring in the Light) , Director of Youth Engagement Alex Mazlow (Y@TA- When to Fight for Peace), Shabbat Educator Devora Rohr (Kindling Light as a Community), and Director of Engagement Alan Teperow (Rededication), as well as a listing of our donations. Click here to open e-Shofar in your browser (or download the PDF, depending on your browser settings).

Winter 2018

This issue contains messages from Rabbi Perkins (The Jewish Value of Mutual Responsibility), Cantor Gloth (Being Part of a Responsible Community) Synagogue President David Farbman (Temple Aliyah’s Culture of Giving), Director of Education Alisa Levine (Shining Moments), Director of Early Childhood Education Debbi Fendell (Gan Aliyah Preschool: Fostering Mensches!) , Director of Youth Engagement Kayla Reisman (Y@TA- Each of Us is Responsible), and Shabbat Educator Devora Rohr (Teaching Our Children Through Community with Temple Tots), as well as a listing of our donations. Click here to open e-Shofar in your browser (or download the PDF, depending on your browser settings).

Winter 2017

This issue contains messages from Rabbi Perkins (Journeying to Freedom: Then and Now), Synagogue  President Donald R. Lassman (Leadership in Action),  Director of Planning and Engagement Alan Teperow (Mazel Tov, We’re Getting Engaged!),  Vice President for Operations Fred Borgenicht (TA Power & Light), as well as a listing of our donations. Click here to open e-Shofar in your browser (or download the PDF, depending on your browser settings).

Spring 2016

This issue contains messages from Rabbi Perkins (May the Voice of the Turtledove Long Be Heard in Our Land), Aliza Berger, Rabbinic Intern and Shabbat Educator (Scat-tered Trails to the Divine), Rachel Weinstock and Janet Gail Besser, Social Action Co-chairs (Update on Mitzvah Day), Alan Teperow, Director of Planning and Engagement (It’s Great to be Engaged!), Sylvia Lewinstein (Reflecting on the Kripalu Retreat), Donald R. Lassman, Synagogue President (New Pathways into the Temple-  A Year of Firsts), and Arlene Bryer and David Levy, Aliyah B’Yachad Co-chairs (Aliyah B’Yachad Campaign), as well as a listing of our donations. Click here to open e-Shofar in your browser (or download the PDF, depending on your browser settings).

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