Temple Israel

600 New Scotland Avenue

Albany, New York 12208

518.438.7858

Rabbi

David M. Eligberg

rabbie@tialbany.org


Cantor

Rogerio Marx

cantor@tialbany.org


Executive Director

Jeff Lurie

tidirector@tialbany.org


Amie Bloom

Early Childhood Director

amiebloom@tialbany.org


B'Yachad School Director

Ruth Malka

byachadprincipal@gmail.com


Administrative Assistant

Linda Young

timain@tialbany.org


Administrative Assistant

Alice Hokenson

ed_sec@tialbany.org


Bookkeeper/Accounting

Bryan Piche

tiaccounting@tialbany.org


Library

Judy Arian

judy.arian@gmail.com


Kadima Advisor

Dan Scher

danielscher@hotmail.com


USY Advisor

Talya Shulman

talya.shulman@gmail.com


Camp Givah Information

givah2012@gmail.com



Welcome to Temple Israel


Through a combination of award winning programming, enlightening worship, dynamic lectures, and exciting social events, members of the Temple Israel community join together in unique and wonderful ways.  By emphasizing community, tradition, and Tikkun Olam, Temple Israel has created an atmosphere in which those of all ages can feel engaged and active, and where visitors and guests are always welcome.


We are a Traditional, Egalitarian congregation affiliated with The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.

THE DIVERSITY OF ANCIENT ISRAEL: A Retrospective of Archaeology, History, and

Religion


Steven Stark-Riemer, Instructor

Thursday Evenings: October 23 - December 18

$54; $36 discounted fee for Temple Israel member


CLICK HERE for further details


WHAT IS WISDOM?
The Book of Proverbs
Tuesdays - October 21, 28 & November 4
7:00 PM
Instructor: Rabbi David Eligberg

Is it intelligence or good sense? Is it sound judgment or moral understanding? Is it the ability to consider the profounder problems of human existence and fate? Does wisdom emerge from the continuing quest for the meaning of human experience; of life and religion? What is articulated in the wisdom literature in the Tanach (Bible) is unique in its intellectual penetration, ethical awareness, and religious spirit.

The Book of Proverbs presents statements and maxims meant to guide readers to living one's life wisely yet it remains unconcerned with Israelite ritual life such as Temple worship and sacrifice. While Proverbs does not offer a systematic presentation of Israelite or principles, Proverbs does convey a clear view of doctrines, such as reward and punishment, and their connection to GOD.


CREATING JEWISH THREADS


An opportunity to join others interested in fabric crafts with a Judaic theme and a bit of mitzvah.


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PET SHABBAT: Celebrating GOD's Creatures and Their Special Place in Our Lives

Saturday, October 25, 2014

4:00 - 5:00 PM


At the home of Myron Eligberg, the Rabbinic Pup

298 Hackett Blvd...in the backyard.


RSVP to Alice Hokenson at 438-7858, ext. 112 in the main office.


Please let us know the type of pet attending.



SING ALONG WITH CANTOR MARX
Mondays at 7:30 PM
Learn the basic songs and prayers of the Shabbat services, so you can join and sing along with ease.

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