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Temple Beth Abraham


We are a congregation serving Jewish families throughout Southern New Hampshire and the nearby areas of Massachusetts. Our members come from all over the country and the world, from all kinds of Jewish backgrounds. We welcome interfaith families to our community.

 

Volunteer at the Nashua Soup Kitchen

Nashua Soup Kitchen

 

 

 

 

 

 

TIKKUN OLAM!
(Repairing the World)

Help feed the hungry at the Nashua Soup Kitchen.  TBA has a regular volunteer spot on Tuesday mornings and they count on us!!

Help is needed through the winter as some of our regulars will be traveling to warm places.

Breakfast shift
6:30 AM - 9:30 AM. We cook and serve breakfast, make coffee and bus tables.  It's early for sure but fun!  We need 4 people each week.

Pantry shift
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM. Organize and sort the pantry donations.  3 or 4 people is ideal for this job.

Client shopper assist
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM.  Help the clients traverse the pantry and pick up their groceries. 3 people on this shift would be helpful.

All shifts are flexible, but we think 3 hours is long enough.

Please contact Becky Green at greendocsnashua@gmail.com or 440-3445 if you can help!!

 

 

My Promised Land

Rabbi Jon
Rabbi Jon Spira-Savett

The most important new book about Israel this year is called My Promised Land:  The Triumph and Tragedy of Israel, by Israeli journalist Ari Shavit.  If you read only one nonfiction Jewish book, this is the one you have to have.

My Promised Land is a history of Israel and of Zionism, told through a loving and critical lens.  Shavit is one of the Israel's most probing commentators.  He writes for Haaretz, one of Israel's three main daily newspapers.

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Musical Shabbaton

Fri./Sat. January 23-24

featuring

Oren Kaufner

OREN KAUNFER is the Madrich Ruchani (Spiritual Educator) at Boston’s Jewish Community Day School.  Oren brings vibrant energy, soul, musicality and fire to everything he does, especially Tefillah (prayer).

Reservations are required for Shabbat Dinner

Dinner begins at 6:00 PM followed by services.

Shabbat morning services begin at 9:30 AM followed by lunch.

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Tu BiShevat Seder

Date: February 3
Time: 6:30 PM

The entire congregation is invited to beat the winter and celebrate the New Year of Trees with the traditional Tu BiShevat Seder. During the seder, we join as a community, we eat special fruits and nuts, and we reflect on the importance of nature to ourselves and our tradition. The Seder will be led by members of our community, Heidi Lovitz and Rabbi Jon.

If you have never joined us for this celebration… give it a try this year!

Click on this link for more information and to sign up.

Tue, 27 January 2015 7 Shevat 5775