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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.

 

Mishlo'ah Manot

Nashua Soup Kitchen

Temple Beth Abraham Religious School continues the “Mishlo’ah Manot” tradition, which means “sending gifts.”

Send a gift basket of homemade Hamantashen, sweets, treats and a few new surprises to your friends and family in the congregation. Click here to order online or download this form.

Please note you must login to your ShulCloud account to order online. (Note: Click on the Login button on the top right of this page.)

If you need help logging in, contact the Treasurer.

 

 

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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Megillah Reading

By Temple Beth Abraham Teens and Rabbi Jon.

Date: Wednesday, March 4
Time: 6:30 PM

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Purim Carnival


It's time for Temple Beth Abraham's Annual Purim Carnival.

Date: Sunday March 8
Time: 10:00 AM

Play Games * Win Prizes
Pie Throwing * Come in costume

Hamantashen

Popcorn * Snacks * Cold Drinks
Fun for all ages !

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Sat, 28 February 2015 9 Adar 5775