Israeli Scouts Friendship Caravan

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Friday, August 8th @ 6:30 pm

Experience a unique blend of song & dance from these delightful young performers who will warm your heart!

 Free Admission
 Music for All Ages
 Meet the Israel Scouts
 Shabbat Services to Follow
 Plenty of Audience Participation

A Kosher Chinese Dinner with the Scouts will be served at 5:30 pm.  RSVP to the office 215.752.3468 by 8/5 to reserve your seats ($10 adults/$5 children)


This dynamic event is hosted by Congregation Tifereth Israel With Major Funding Provided by the Center for Israel and Overseas Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia with additional support from PhillyIsrael

Summer Kabbalat Shabbat

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Join us for a special EARLY welcome to Shabbat during the summer.  We’ll hold brief Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma’ariv services at 6pm so that you can get home to spend Shabbat with your family!

Memorial Service

unnamedPlease join us at Tifereth Israel, Wednesday, July 2nd at 7:30 pm
 as we remember Eyal, Gilad and Naftali.
This community service is open to non-members. Feel free to invite concerned community members and friends.

Parking Lot Progress

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The paving project is ALMOST complete. Please park in the adjacent CHURCH lot or the LOWER lot (closest to the main entrance at T.I.). There will be NO parking on the upper parking lot until the paving work has dried.  This applies to everyone – Judy Sare families, employees, visitors and congregants. In order for the paving project to be completed we need everyone’s cooperation.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

End of Year Message

The state of T.I. has never been better than it is today. Our Hebrew School, under the direction of Mira Colflesh, is improving by leaps and bounds. Our Judy Sare Nursery School, under the leadership of Marsha Meyer, is filled to capacity. Attendance at Shabbat morning services is growing. We now have a Monday morning minyan as well as a minyan scheduled for every Tuesday and Wednesday evening. Since the prayers have not changed, I have to attribute this growth to our spiritual leader, Rabbi Jeff Schnitzer.

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