Volunteer on Thanksgiving 2018

Join the communities of Trinity Church Wall Street, Tamid: the Downtown Synagogue, and The Interfaith Center of New York to prepare St. Paul’s Chapel and serve a Thanksgiving Lunch at St. Paul’s Chapel to members of our community. Volunteer spots are available on Wednesday, November 21st and Thursday, November 22nd. On the day of Thanksgiving, we

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“You’re Already Perfect”

“You’re Already Perfect” Rosh Hashanah Sermon September 10, 2018 Rabbi Darren Levine Tamid: The Downtown Synagogue ********** Print or Read in PDF Teenagers, you have a special place in my heart. For most of the teenagers in this room, we celebrated your bar or bat mitzvahs together and I’ve known you for a lot of

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+ Parenting Expert Lea Waters 11/3 at 9 AM

Author Lea Waters, PhD, will join us for coffee on Friday morning, November 3rd, 9 – 10:15 AM. Dr. Waters is an expert in Positive Parenting and her latest book, “The Strength Switch,” shows us how strengths-based parenting can help our children and teens thrive and flourish. Dr. Waters will also discuss the research of how this new parenting method provides kids with a foundation that can protect them from the

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Praying for the victims in Vegas

Dear Friends, Let us pray for the victims and families who are suffering today from the horror in Las Vegas. The world always seems out of balance when innocent lives are taken by the forces of madness. Pair this with the natural destruction and loss from the hurricanes earlier this month and we find ourselves

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Tamid on CBS News!

CBS New York, September 20, 2017 Woman Changing Tradition By Writing Torah For Downtown Synagogue It’s a modern twist on ancient Hebrew text, as writing Torah is traditionally reserved for Orthodox Jewish men. CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock reports. Click here to watch the story on CBS 2 New York

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Tamid in Wall Street Journal 9/18

  Congregation Set to Unveil Torah Transcribed by Woman Scroll by Julie Seltzer is about only two dozen Torahs written by female scribes across North America The Torah scroll unbound. The Torah that Julie Seltzer she made for the Tamid congregation. PHOTO: TAMID: THE DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE By Melanie Grayce West Sept. 18, 2017 8:00 a.m. ET 0 COMMENTS

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First time at Tamid for the High Holidays?

Dear Friends, We’re so happy to celebrate the New Year with you! If this is your first time joining Tamid for the high holidays, please read these 10 Tips as we do things a little bit differently than your average synagogue. 1. We do not have printed tickets. Your name will be on the list

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