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TBZ Pride Shabbat – June 3-4

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 26th, 2016  |  General News

Pride Shabbat June 3-4, 2016 at Temple Beth Zion 1566 Beacon St., Brookline This event is open to TBZ members and the community at large. Both services will include liturgical additions, special readings for Pride and Divrei Torah in celebration of Pride. TBZ services are joyous, celebratory and inclusive for all members of the community. […]

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Teen Program at Beit Rabban

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 18th, 2016  |  General News

Join Mike Fishbein and Rabbi Suzie Schwartz on Wed., May 25th at 5:15pm here at TBZ to hear about this wonderful program. Click here for more info.  

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Keshet Pride Picnic and Field Day!

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 9th, 2016  |  General News

PRIDE PICNIC AND FIELD DAY RSVP ONLINE » June 5, 2016 | 10:00am-1:00pm | Price: Free LARZ ANDERSON PARK Brookline Massachusetts You and your family are invited to kick off Pride in the park! Bring a picnic for a relaxing morning at the park filled with food, friends, and games! We will be by the BBQ […]

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Community Tikkun Leil Shavuot – June 11

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 6th, 2016  |  General News

Saturday, June 11, 9pm-4am at Kehillath Israel in Brookline and ends with a shacharit service at sunrise led by Rav Claudia and others Join hundreds of friends and neighbors for a unique educational and cultural experience at the 8th Annual Community Tikkun Leil Shavuot in Brookline. Learn, discuss, eat and shmooze all night long. From Aleph […]

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Bikes not Bombs – A Bat Mitzvah mitzvah!

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 6th, 2016  |  General News

Hello everyone, I am Gabriela Toppelberg and I am in 7th grade. For my Bat Mitzvah I am collecting used bikes and giving them to an organization called Bikes Not Bombs, https://bikesnotbombs.org/about . Bikes Not Bombs is a nonprofit based in Jamaica Plain that collects used bikes and sends them to countries in other continents […]

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TBZ Rosh Hodesh Recipe Book!

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 2nd, 2016  |  General News

Below please find the yummy recipe collection compiled at The TBZ Rosh Hodesh group at our last meeting in honor of all the Israeli holidays in the month of Iyar.   Enjoy! Our Recipe Collection – Rosh Hodesh Iyar Group May 2016

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TBZ Talks – Morocco and Its Jews, Thurs., June 2nd, 7pm

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 2nd, 2016  |  General News

MOROCCO AND ITS JEWS: A UNIQUE STORY Thursday, June 2 at 7pm at TBZ TBZ members Joel Kershner and Anne-Marie Codur will discuss the topic, accompanied by their photos and video clips. Joel and his wife Sheine Wizel spent 3 months in 2015 living in Casablanca, teaching English and traveling throughout Morocco. Anne-Marie’s maternal family […]

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TBZ Talks – June 11, 2016, 1-2pm with Adam Marshak

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 1st, 2016  |  General News

  Herod the Great American Jew There are few historical figures more enigmatic than Herod the Great. Was he a good king? Was he a monster? Was he both? Was he a good Jew? Was he even a Jew? And what does that question even mean?  Although he ultimately became king and ruled for more […]

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2016 Spring Kiddush Fundraiser – May 21

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 1st, 2016  |  General News

As we look forward to spring, we are blessed with many opportunities to celebrate our community and to ensure that it continues to thrive.  At this year’s Spring Fundraiser Kiddush on May 21, 2016 we will be celebrating our “Chai Year” as well as recognizing two remarkable people – Priscilla and Geoff Stein. We urge […]

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GBIO Spring Assembly,Tues., May 24th, 7-9pm

Posted by: Beth Ehrenreich  |  May 1st, 2016  |  General News

Dear TBZ Community – Last year we joined over 1700 people from Boston area faith-based organizations to hold our public officials accountable.  We asked them to openly support and commit to issues that we care about, and we made a difference.  Our officials answered our call for justice because we demonstrated our own power.  Power […]

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