If you work downtown, or can meet downtown at noon, bring your lunch and join this discussion group with Rabbi Mark Mahler that focuses on Jewish current
events and traditional Jewish text study.
Our Host: Bob Shure
Questions? Contact Linda in Temple’s office, 412.279.7600 or lfrankel@ templeemanuelpgh.org
Begin the summer season with your Temple Emanuel family. A year has passed so quickly since our last successful and enjoyable Memorial Day Bagel Brunch. If you came before, come again. If you never came, come and check it out. Try it, you’ll like it.
We’ll have delicious Bagels, cream cheese, fruit, cookies,
coffee, etc. accompanied by unlimited schmoozing.
Bagel Brunch is FREE
Please purchase 50/50 Raffle & Mini-Chinese Auction
tickets at the brunch to help defray the cost
1 Ticket $2; 3 Tickets $5; 7 Tickets $10
Please let us know you’re coming so we can make your name badge and order your food (special dietary needs such as gluten free food.
RSVP to Temple 412-279-7600 OR
BEFORE May 20
The world endures only for the sake of the breath of school children..."
(Talmud Shabbat 119b).
Each year, Agency for Jewish Learning (AJL) joins with all their Jewish day schools, early childhood programs and synagogue schools to recognize an extraordinary group
of people. These professionals and volunteers are
Our Unsung Jewish Heroes. They ensure our
Jewish future through their unflinching
commitment to their students.
Nan Simon is Temple Emanuel’s
2013 Unsung Jewish Hero
Won’t you join Nan as she is recognized
at the AJL's annual meeting
Join this popular gathering place for knitting with others who share your passion as we become a "closely knit community."
DON’T FORGET THIS NEW PROJECT FOR KNITTERS:
Knit squares to assemble into lap or toddler blankets: size 10 needle, bulky or chunky yarn #5,
cast on 20 stitches and knit approximately 40 rows.
The end result should be asquare 6” x 6”.
Drop off your finished squares in Temple’s community room.
For those who knit or crochet, our projects continue to include: premature baby caps, baby blankets, children and adult scarves, chemo caps, adult shawls and lap blankets.
These finished items are donated to local hospitals, SHIM and Charles Morris Nursing Home in Squirrel Hill.
Please drop off finished work to the knitting group box in the community room at Temple Emanuel. We welcome donations of new and unused skeins of yarn for our projects also.
For more information, contact Temple member:
Andrea Sobel @ 412.276.1008