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This year we have the wonderful opportunity to celebrate Shabbat and to welcome in the Festival of Pesach on the same night. It is not often that the first Seder falls on Friday night, let alone two years in a row. The Seder will begin at 5:30 PM - there will NOT be a regular Shabbat Service at 7:00 PM

Coming in April:

Passover Seder
Friday, April 19 at 5:30

TABI Members and their families
Call the office at 812-477-1577 or email

One God - One Community Passover Seder
Monday, April 22 @ TABI
Time: 6:30 PM

Rick Recht Weekend!

Rick Recht

Friday, April 26 - Shabbat with Rick Recht featuring the Kippah Groovin' Band

Saturday, April 27 - Teen Havdalah 7 PM
(Rick will lead a service with TABI's Youth Group)

Sunday, April 28
Teen workshop from 9 to 10 am
Sunday School kids workshop 10 to 10:30 am
Rick Recht AND Kids concert 10:30 to 11:30 am

Message From the Rabbi - April 2019

rabbi gary mazo

During the Passover Seder we proclaim: Let all who are hungry come and eat. Why do we say these words? Because we have a long-embedded memory in our collective Jewish DNA. “We recall moving from the degradation of slavery to the liberation of journeying to the Promised Land. We celebrate our freedom by eating a bread of affliction, Matzah. This “poor bread” reminds us of how we were once strangers in a strange land. With that knowledge, with that memory, we are to be good, kind and generous to the stranger because we know what it is like to be a stranger.

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