Midnight Run’s goal is to establish a forum for meaningful exchange between the housed and the homeless. Temple Sholom is assembling a group of volunteers to deliver the clothing and toiletry donations to New York City, and to serve a meal for the homeless. Since we will be carpooling to/from Temple Sholom, we will also need several drivers.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Lori Baden at [email protected] or 203-542-7172.
Space is limited.
A Discussion with Astronaut Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman
The first Jewish American man in space
Discussion • Q&A • Meet & Greet • Photos
Dr. Hoffman has completed 5 missions into space. Each time he brought a Jewish artifact with him and even read from the Torah while passing over Jerusalem.
If you are interested in sponsoring this program, please contact Lori Baden, 203-542-7172, [email protected].
Come ready to boo, hiss and cheer as we read the Megillah. Rabbi Chaya and Cantor Sandy, with help from teens and other adults, will read the Megillah and perform a Purim Shpiel for all ages.
Snacks will be provided for the kids. Wine and beer will be available for the adults.
Check out our Celebrate Purim Guide!
Sports, arts, and Israel…three of our favorite things! Participate in our version of Israel’s Maccabiah games. Compete for prizes in games ranging from sports to the arts, all while learning about Israel. Lunch will be provided.
While there is no cost for this program, please RSVP to Rabbi Chaya at [email protected].
(off-site at the home of Sarah and Mike Kirsh)
Join the Jewish Network of Young Couples for a fun, social evening. Catch-up with friends and welcome new couples to our community. Address will be provided upon RSVP to [email protected].
Note: Adults only please.
Join the JNYC Facebook group! Keep up to date on JNYC programming & connect with others throughout the year.
Come sample and learn about delicious imported wines with industry expert Gianpiero Peru, the New York Regional Manager for Terlato Wines International. He will share wines and knowledge with us, and will help us find fabulous wines for year-round, that could also be served at your seder!
This free event is open to ALL Temple Sholom members and guests (ages 21 and over).
BBYO is a Jewish youth movement that engages teens in fun and meaningful experiences that inspire a lasting connection to the Jewish people. The Greenwich Chapter of BBYO meets at Temple Sholom, but teens can join regardless of affiliation.
For more information, contact Rabbi Chaya, [email protected] for more information.