Positive Judaism: A First Glance An Open Letter to Tamid and The Jewish Community From Rabbi Darren Levine, D.Min Dear Friends, for a few years now, I have been working out the theory and practice of Positive Judaism – a new vision for those that are serious about improving their individual lives, their families, and
See the article at Kveller.com or read below! We Started a Kickstarter Campaign to Write a Torah, Here’s Why BY ALLA LIBERMAN OCT 28, 2016 10:35AM My mother laughs when she thinks about me as a synagogue member and chairwoman of our temple’s new campaign to write a Torah. As the daughter of immigrants,
November 9,2016 from Rabbi Darren Levine Good Morning Tamid, I’ve been up most of the night thinking of you and your families and the implications of this new presidency and I wanted to share a few initial thoughts with you as this new day begins. Yesterday on the subway home, my 12 year-old son Emmett
Hanukkah Music Concert Downtown Dreidle Competition December 6, 2013 6 PM December 6, 2013, 7 PM All at St. Paul’s Chapel, 209 Broadway. All Welcome – bring a friend!
Isabel Baum is going to be called to the Torah on November 2 as she becomes a Bat Mitzvah. She is a student at Berkeley Carroll in Brooklyn and the big sister to Jesse. Her Torah portion is Toledot and she wants to thank her parents and her grandparents and her sister and tutor Allie
Tamid is the first (that we know of) Hebrew School with an Achievement Plan. It’s a “badge of accomplishment” structure which we call Jacob’s Ladder. Students work towards earning pins by accomplish great things in the following areas: prayer, Hebrew, community service, and Jewish ethics. Learn more about Jacob’s Ladder and how it works.
Historic Ark Moves Further Downtown The Jewish Week, May 1, 2013 Julie Wiener, Associate Editor Call it “Raiders of the Found Ark.” Two months ago, Tamid, a new liberal congregation that holds services and classes in a variety of downtown locations, began raising money to build an ark to hold its Torah scrolA week and
A Last Look Inside the Mesertiz Syngagogue By Ron Jacobson April 26, 2013 Workers started moving furniture out of Anshei Meseritz Synagogue this week, after the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a plan to add a penthouse to the historic building on East Sixth Street. The Local recently got what may well be a last look
Help us create Tamid’s Ark, an ornamental structure that will display and protect our Torah scroll! Tamid’s Ark will be housed at St. Paul’s 9/11 Chapel (left) where we celebrate Shabbat and holidays. We are honored to have the Ark complement this historic landmark where over three million people visit each year. Donate Online –
Join us for “High School Musical: The Purim Show” on March 1, 7 PM at St. Paul’s 9/11 Chapel (following shabbat services which begin at 6 PM). This years cast will audition in February with Broadway choreographer, Morgan Rose. Interested in performing? Contact Kenya at (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll share the rehearsal schedule with you. Audition