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If chocolate babka is your “happy nosh,” get ready to learn how to make your own with this great virtual session June 18! RSVP DEADLINE THURSDAY JUNE 11. Registration link https://tinyurl.com/ybmkenfn to get Zoom link for our cooking class with Paula. You will get the recipe by email attachment the week before. Non-TI members are welcome to attend with a suggested donation of $5 or more. E-mail for more information to the email address on flyer below.
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I am reaching out to the Jewish Communities to help me fight RACISM. The Jewish people have experienced a great deal of racism all over the world. For centuries the Jewish people have been hated and discriminated against for no other reason than for their belief in God. I am sure, like me, that you are against all racism upon God’s sacred earth. I am asking you to help me reach out to the media to stop blatant racism against our fellow Native Americans. Every football season, Native Americans are discriminated with hatred against them in the newspapers, radio, television, and internet. The media openly display this racism without any concern, unlike the way they respect Black people. The Dictionary will tell you that the N-word and Redskin are equal racist offensive slurs against a minority. However, the word Redskin is much worse. When America was paying bounties for the dead bodies of Native Americans to remove them, so they could take their land. The first posters said the word Indian bodies and told how much was to be paid for the body of a man, woman, or child. The Church spoke out against this, not against the killing of Native Americans, but the word body being used. They felt it was too similar to the Body of Christ. Since they saw Native Americans as being animals, not human, the same way they saw black people who were their slaves. They had the word body removed. They decided that since these people are animals and not human that their dead bodies should be the same as animals. When you kill a deer and bring in its dead bloody carcass, we call it a deerskin. A bear, we call it a bearskin. So, from now on the bloody dead carcass of these animals will be called Redskin! I am writing to the Jewish communities in hope that you will use your voice to help fight this racism. I have tried contacting the media, but unfortunately to no avail. After finding out that over 60% of the media is own by Jewish people, I have decided to reach out to you. In hope that you will be able to persuade them to stop spreading this hatred all over the country through their media outlets. Gregory St. James Mundy
I'm looking to move from north of Bmore to the Columbia/Laurel area. Can a member of the congregation give me some advice?
OPEN TO ALL TI WOMEN AND GIRLS 13+ YEARS OLD! TI Sisterhood is organizing a Women's Self Defense seminar at American Academy of Martial Arts ( 8810 Route 108, Columbia, MD) on Thursday November 9th from 7:15-8:30 pm. Prepayment (Sisterhood members = $20; non-Sisterhood members = $25) is required online: https://squareup.com/store/temple-isaiah-sisterhood.. Don't miss this great opportunity -- appropriate for all levels and abilities! Please wear loose fitting clothes and sneakers. Please RSVP to Lisa Rubin Solomon at [email protected]. This is NOT a drop-in event -- RSVP and prepayment is REQUIRED. Signup runs through 11/3. Sign up now! ** If we don't get the minimum number of participants, we will have to cancel. **

Find your niche in the Temple Isaiah community!

Temple Isaiah is a traditional Reform congregation. Our families come from diverse backgrounds and we seek to create a warm, friendly atmosphere where each person can explore Judaism and enrich his/her life through the joy and beauty of our faith. Our motto, "Living Torah, Being Torah," demonstrates our commitment to Torah values and spirituality within the framework of the modern Jewish experience.

Wanna take a tour of Tel Aviv with Shay? Join him on Zoom this Wednesday! https://jcfb.zoom.us/j/99412433011#success

There's still time to order your Rosh Hashanah Honey for Sisterhood's fundraiser!

Tot Shabbat July 11. 2020

Join with Rabbi Plotkin for songs and a story to celebrate Shabbat.

If you or another Howard County resident is experiencing loss of income due to COVID-19, here is some information on assistance that HoCo is offering.

Shabbat Shalom! Join us virtually this Shabbat for prayer, song, stories, and learning. Tonight at 8pm, Ken and Joan Isman will lead services on Zoom and here on Facebook.

On Saturday:

Torah study will meet over Zoom at 10am.

At 10:30am, join Rabbi Plotkin for a Facebook Live Tot Shabbat

Join us on Zoom for Havdalah at 8pm.

Temple Isaiah will be having a very special concert after Havdalah on August 15! Look for the link in your Wednesday e-news, as it will NOT be the usual Havdalah link.

The schedule is set for the Knitzvah Group for the coming year; note that it will continue on Zoom for now, picking up at TI again at a later date.

You've read about this campaign in the Wednesday e-news!

Singing and Stories is back, this Thursday at 10am! Join us for 30 minutes of kid-friendly fun on Zoom!

Settle into your space, relax your shoulders, and breathe deeply. Join us for 30 minutes of music and meditation on Tuesday morning to bring a little peace to your day.

Our exploration of the Bible continues this morning at 11am! This week we'll turn our attention to the Book of Joshua. Participants are welcome to join us every week, or just drop in for single sessions.

Tot Shabbat, July 4, 2020

Shabbat Shalom! Gather up your family, your stuffed animals, and your instruments and join Rachel Petroff Kessler for Tot Shabbat!

Shabbat Shalom 07-03-20

Shabbat Shalom

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Torah on Tap Authors of Torah

Torah on Tap 7/2
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Shabbat Shalom! Join us virtually this Shabbat for prayer, song, stories, and learning. Tonight at 8pm, Rabbi Plotkin and Cantor Droller will lead services on Zoom.

On Saturday:

Torah study will meet over Zoom at 10am (note: we've switched to our summer start time).

At 10:30am, join Rachel Petroff Kessler for a Facebook Live Tot Shabbat

Join us on Zoom for Havdalah at 8pm.

It was a beautiful evening for a socially-distanced Old Board - New Board dinner as we passed leadership from Marshall Kohen to Gary Perolman. Thank you to all of our outgoing board members and all those who are taking up the leadership of our beloved congregation! May we go from strength to strength!
With Donna Lapin Kasoff, Mitch Markowitz Beth Karmiol Reiser Robyn Kandel Gold Lisa Felsenthal Welch Josh Putterman Alex Hoffman Doris Garber Joan Levine Isman Lori Friedenberg Rudolph Stephanie Malamud Youngworth Eric McCormick Ken Hankin Michelle Futterman Ostroff Morey Kogul Jessica Tropp Cade Lesley Farby Berkowitz Joel Recht Rob Freedman Mitch Kavalsky

Torah on Tap is back! BYO beverage/snack and join Rabbi Plotkin Thursday night on Zoom.

Wednesday Zoom chats for ConnecTIon - 20s/30s at Temple Isaiah have moved to a new time!

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Exploring the Bible 62820 Deuteronomy

This morning's Exploring the Bible series with Rabbi Craig Axler looked at Deuteronomy, the final book of the Torah. Next week, join us as we move on to Joshua. Every Sunday at 11am. https://venue.streamspot.com/video/572afec8cb

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DreamBuilders has a very cool project coming up!

Tot Shabbat, 6/27/2020

Bring your sibling, your parents, or even your stuffed animals for a fun sing-along and story!

Shabbat Shalom

Shabbat Shalom! Join us virtually this Shabbat for prayer, song, stories, and learning. Tonight:

At 7pm Rabbi Plotkin will lead a family service on Zoom.

At 8pm, Rabbi Axler and Cantor Droller will lead services on Zoom.

On Saturday:

Torah study will meet over Zoom at 9am.

At 10:30am we celebrate the B'nai Mitzvah of Alex and Seth - Mazel Tov to you and your family!

Also at 10:30am, join Meredith Zuckerman for a Facebook Live Tot Shabbat.

Join us on Zoom for Havdalah at 8pm.

URJ is conducting online Intro to Judaism classes. Find out more at https://reformjudaism.org/learning/judaism-classes/intro-judaism-0

Sisterhood is helping you send a sweet New Year greeting, and gift!

Movie Club is back! Watch the film on your own, then hop onto Zoom for a robust discussion on Thursday night.

The Renaissance Group invites all TI members for an evening of Broadway, with Josh Davis!

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Shabbat services from Temple Isaiah with Rabbi Craig Axler and Cantor Becca Droller, with a special prayer created by the Jewish Multiracial Network and a message for Juneteenth. https://venue.streamspot.com/video/d8ab10cf49

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Shabbat service 6/19 https://venue.streamspot.com/video/d8ab10cf49

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Tot Shabbat for 6-20-20 with Rabbi Axler

Join us for a half hour of singing, prayer and fun to start your Shabbat morning!

TI Sisterhood has a great program planned and the entire Temple Isaiah community is invited!

Shabbat Shalom! Join us virtually this Shabbat for prayer, song, stories, and learning. Tonight:

At 8pm, Rabbi Axler and Cantor Droller will lead services on Zoom and here on our page.

On Saturday:

Torah study will meet over Zoom at 9am.

Join Rabbi Axler at 10:30am for a Facebook Live Tot Shabbat.

Join us on Zoom for Havdalah at 8pm.

Welcome!

Temple Isaiah is a Reform synagogue in Howard County, Maryland. Situated on a beautiful 20-acre campus in Fulton, we offer dynamic programming, learning, and worship for youth, adults, and families. We are welcoming of all, including interfaith families and members with diverse backgrounds. We are proud to be an affiliate congregation of the Union for Reform Judaism. We invite you to explore our community!

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Tot Shabbat July 11. 2020
Tot Shabbat, July 4, 2020
Shabbat Shalom 07-03-20
Tot Shabbat, 6/27/2020
Tot Shabbat for 6-20-20 with Rabbi Axler
Tot Shabbat, 6/13/20
Tot Shabbat, June 6
Shabbat Shalom

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12200 Scaggsville Rd
Fulton, MD
20759-2404
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