Through the Eye of the Needle
The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz
Now on display @ the Evansville Museum through Nov. 30
Read more about Holocaust survivor Esther Nisenthal Krinitz's inspirational story on the Art & Remembrance website.
Come Join Us!
For an Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
With our Friends from First Presbyterian Church and The Islamic Center of Evansville
Where: First Presbyterian Church - 609 Southeast Second Street, Evansville (map it)
When: Thursday Evening, November 20th @ 6:30 PM
Refreshments following service
Rick Recht - Shabbat Alive! Concert
@TABI - 8440 Newburgh Road, Evansville
December 5, 2014 - 7:00 PM
For more information call 812.477.1577
Sponsored by The Bronstein Foundation
Message From the Rabbi - November 2014
Shalom to one and all in the TABI family. On Rosh Hashanah, I spoke about my desire to take our congregation on a trip to Israel – to see first hand the land of our ancestors and experience the power of walking in the footsteps of Jewish history. These are some of the words I shared that night:
“I would like to travel to Israel with you. I would like us to travel to Israel this coming summer. There is no better time than now, to make a connection, to bridge a potential gap – to enrich our Jewish identity. I have been in touch with my previous educator in New Jersey who ran all of our trips and with the travel agent we used many times to begin to sketch out what a TABI experience in Israel would look like.
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