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WLC/Sisterhood HOME(LESS) Exhibition with Rabbi Stoloff
Wednesday, January 17 | 10:30am
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homelessexhibitSeventy international artists explore the meaning of home, the loss of home, and the universal human condition in works reflecting personal experience, historical and contemporary events, and cultural diversity. Optional lunch to follow.

Union for Reform Judaism: Intro to Judaism at Temple Israel
Thursdays -  January 18-May 31 | 6:30pm
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urjlogoAn 18-week course for anyone interested in exploring Judaism: interfaith couples, those considering conversion and Jews (or curious non-Jews!) looking for adult-level basics. Topics: Jewish holidays & life cycle events, theology & prayer, Israel, history & Hebrew. Instructor: Rabbi Leana Moritt & TI Clergy.

Blades n' Booze
Thursday, January 18 | 7pm
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nyconnectlogoJoin NYConnect for a fun, winter night out! We will be meeting at the Winter Village at Bryant Park for ice skating at 7:00pm followed by warm drinks and light appetizers at a nearby bar at 8:00pm. 100% of our registration fees go to tzedakah.

Project Ezra
Sunday, January 21 | 11am

projectezraJoin us as we host homebound elderly for food, schmoozing, and entertainment! All ages needed to spread good cheer and share delicious food.

For any questions contact Rabbi Stoloff.

Refugee Relief Benefit Concert: Songs of Freedom, Friendship & Love
Wednesday, January 24 | 7:30pm
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libertyFeaturing performances by Cantor Abelson, Carol Abelson, Cantor Altshul, Sheldon Low, and Hadar Orshalimy (plus surprise guest appearances!) All welcome. RSVP with your donation - any amount will help sponsor a refugee family.

WLC/Sisterhood Night at the Theater - The Band's Visit
Thursday, February 1 | 7pm
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thebandsvisitMeet at The Ethel Barrymore Theater at 6:45pm. Meet a member of the cast following performance!
“After a mix-up at the border, an Egyptian Police Band is sent to a remote village in the middle of the Israeli desert. With no bus until morning and no hotel in sight, these unlikely travelers are taken in by the locals. Under the spell of the desert sky, their lives become intertwined in the most unexpected ways. THE BAND’S VISIT celebrates the deeply human ways music, longing and laughter can connect us all”

6th Annual Women's Seder
Tuesday, March 13 | 6:00pm Check-in, 6:30pm Seder Begins
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wlcsederJoin Rabbi Melissa Buyer-Witman & Cantor Irena Altshul in honoring the role and influence of women from Biblical times to today, and encompassing the true meaning of sisterhood. All Temple Israel women and their guests are invited. Includes a catered buffet dinner with chicken and vegetarian options.