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Washington, DC 20012
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Learn How to Chant Torah

 

Torah Scroll

Taught by Rabbi Seidel

 

Yes, you can learn to chant Torah!

Sundays • 10:15 - 11:10 a.m. • Oct 6, 20, 27, Nov 10

TI Adult Education

To RSVP, or to find out more information, please contact 
the Office, TIAdmin@Tifereth-Israel.org

 


 

TI Receives an Environmental Grant

 

Stormwater GrantTI Awarded a District (DDOE) Grant!
 

"Organizing Communities of Faith to Reduce Stormwater Runoff, Upper 16th Street Project 

The Environmental Committee spearheaded getting this funding to install a permeable paving parking area, infiltration planter, bioswale and rain garden.  Innovative Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure (GI) techniques will be employed.  What is a bioswale, you ask? 

TI will be a demonstration area for these technologies.

 

More about the TI Environmental Committee

Get involved, Contact Carla Ellern, TIEnviro@Tifereth-Israel.org

Under the project, over 3,000 gallons of water from TI’s roof, in a typical 30-minute rain, will be diverted away from DC’s storm sewer system to TI’s new rain garden and to permeable pavers to be laid in TI’s parking area adjacent to the alley. The grant was prepared by the Environmental, Building Preservation and House Committees.

Artist's Rendition of the Completed Project

Stormwater Runoff Project, Artist's Rendition

 

 

 

 

Monthly TI Collection

TI 's Current Collection
for A Wider Circle

Collecting professional accessories.
The best guide for whether an item is useful is
“Will these items best help an individual to look polished
and professional in his or her job interview?

They request the following items only

    Purses
    Briefcases and portfolios
    Belts
    Ties
    Professional looking jewelry

Ends Thursday, August 2nd

Note – The collection bin has moved to the elevator lobby
(on the left as you go from the Juniper Street entrance to the sanctuary).

Thank you for your help
A TI Social Action Project
We Care and Take Action

 

 

Pesach 2015

 

matzho at a seder

Read all about what one can eat (or not) in our
TI's Rabbinical Guide to Pesach
Chametz is any food that is leavened

Sign-up to assist with our Sun April 17th Food Delivery

Seders -- Share your Seder or Are you Seeking a Seder
Email the Rabbi

Purchase Pesach Wines and Spirits
Order by Thursday, March 19th (5 p.m.)

Make a Tzedakah contribution & sell your Chametz
Pesach Shabbat Dinner on Friday April 29th
Sign-up by noon on Monday April 25th

Donate Matzoh to TI - If you have extra please drop it off at the shul

Pesach - Passover Schedule
Sunday, March 29
Morning Minyan, 9 a.m., followed by sale of chametz
Friday, April 3
Service & Siyyum for First Born, 7 a.m., followed immediately by final sale of chametz
(no sales after 9 a.m.)
First Seder
Saturday, April 4
First day of Pesach, Morning Holiday Service, 9 a.m., followed by simple Kiddush
Second Seder
Saturday, April 5
Second day of Pesach, Morning Holiday Service, 9 a.m., followed by Kiddush sponsored by Mollie Berch z”l
Friday, April 10
Seventh day of Pesach, Morning Holiday Service, 9 a.m., followed by Kiddush
Dairy Shabbat Dinner and Service, 6:30 pm
Saturday, April 11
Eighth day of Pesach, Morning Holiday Service, 9 a.m., Yizkor at 11 a.m.

 

 

Yom HaShoah Commemoration

 

Yahrtzeit Candles

Observed Sunday, May 1
Reading Names and a Special Program, Survival and Resilence
TI will commemorate Yom HaShoah u'Gvurah, the annual day of remembrance of the Holocaust and Resistance.
Sign Up Now to Read Names  9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Throughout the morning we will join with many other Jewish communities around the world by reading the names of some of the millions of Jews who were murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators. There will also be a commemorative program in the Reamer Chapel. 
Sign Up to read names - It's only 15 minutes of your time.
To include members of your own family who perished in the Shoah please send the names to TIYomHaShoah@Tifereth-Israel.org
Edith Mayer Photo
Sunday Minyan 9 - 10:15 a.m. with special prayers in remembrance of the Six Million (Reamer Chapel)
Guest spearker 10:00 a.m. - 12 noon, Edith Mayer Cord, will share her story as a child who survived the Holocaust by hiding in France. She is the author of Becoming Edith: the education of a Hidden Child, in the Wolman Sanctuary.
Go to Edith's web site for more information on Edith Cord.

 

Claudine Schweber, Judi Berland
The Yom HaShoah Planning Committee

 

 

 

School Registration Opens


Do you or someone you know
have a child or grandchild in grades K-10?

Aleph

Our schools are open to both members and non-members.

We would love to welcome that child into either the Himmelfarb School (K-7) or Chai School (8-10) at Tifereth Israel.

Request a registration packet for fall 2013

If you are leaning towards membership, our Membership Package includes tuition savings.

 

Contact Eitan Gutin, Director of Lifelong Learning,
Eitan@Tifereth-Israel.org for more information
,  (202) 882-1605 x105

 

 

 

 

Mimosas and Mingling | KN Women's Brunch

 

Extend your TI Family and
  Meet Other Women through KN

KN Brunch


All TI Women are Invited

Sunday Morning, February 23rd, 10:15 a.m.
in the Emsellem Room

Join us for mimosas and brunch

Please RSVP by 2/17
to KNSalon@Tifereth-Israel.org

In appreciation of TI Women
Sponsored by Kol Nashim

 

 

 

High Holidays


2018 | 5779


DAYS OF AWE SCHEDULE

 Saturday, September 1st – Selichot   10:30pm Selichot Program - Movie   Midnight Selichot Service
 Sunday, September 2nd   Jeremy Goldberg Synagogue Preparation Day   10:00am – 1:00pm 
 
Sunday, September 9th   Social Action Holiday Food Delivery
   9:00am – 11:00am
 ROSH HASHANAH Sunday, September 9th – Erev Rosh Hashanah    6:30pm Ma’ariv
 Monday, September 10th – Rosh Hashanah Day 1   Wolman Sanctuary (assigned seating)
   8:45am Psukei D’Zimrah & Shacharit   ~10:00am Torah reading   ~11:00am Sermon by Rabbi Ethan Seidel, Musaf
 
 Cherner Auditorium A contemplative service led by Rabbi Jason Kimelman - Block that may include use of musical instruments   9:30am Shacharit    ~10:15am Torah parade and Torah reading, followed by Musaf
 
 Tot Service – Reamer Chapel (for children 18 months to 5 years and their parents)   ~10:30am Following the Cherner Auditorium Torah parade 
 
 Youth Activities & Babysitting   9:00am Babysitting opens for children ages 18 months to pre-K
   10:00am Quiet room (reading, studying) opens for children grades 4 to 7    10:30am Youth activities begin for children grades K to 7   1:00pm Youth activities end   1:00pm Babysitting and supervised play ends
 
 Afternoon & Evening   5:00pm Tashlich walk from TI to Rock Creek Park, probably to be followed by a potluck (at a location TBD)   6:45pm Mincha and Ma’ariv  

 
Tuesday, September 11th - Rosh Hashanah
 
Day 2   Wolman service schedule same as Day 1 ( o pen s eating - n o a ssigned s eats)
 
 
 Youth Activities & Babysitting   9:00am Babysitting opens for children ages 18 months to pre-K 
  9:45am All-ages family liturgy and activity  10:30am Quiet room (reading, studying) opens for children grades 4 to 7   10:30am Youth activities begin for children grades K to 7  1:00pm Youth activities end  1:00pm Babysitting and supervised play ends
 
Tot Service – Reamer Chapel (for children 18 months to 5 years and their parents)   ~10:30am Following the Cherner Auditorium Torah parade 
 
  Sunday, September 16th - Cemetery Service   2:00pm Services (at Mt. Lebanon Cemetery)
 YOM KIPPUR Tuesday, September 18th - Kol Nidre   6:40pm Activities and babysitting for children 18 mo. to 3rd grade  6:45pm sharp!  Services in both Wolman (assigned seating) and Cherner  Youth activities for 4th-7th graders begin after chanting of Kol Nidre
 Wednesday, September 19th - Yom Kippur   Wolman Sanctuary (assigned seating)
   8:45am Psukei D’Zimrah and Shacharit   ~10:30am Torah reading   ~11:30am Sermon - Rabbi Seidel   ~12 noon Yizkor memorial service   ~12:30pm Musaf 
 
 Cherner Auditorium
   9:30am Shacharit – led by Jason Kimelman-Block   10:15am Torah parade and Torah reading   11:15am Yizkor memorial service followed by Musaf
 
 Tot Service – Reamer Chapel (for children 18 months to 5 years and their parents)   ~10:30am  Following the Cherner Auditorium Torah parade     Youth Activities & Babysitting   9:00am Babysitting opens for children ages 18 months to pre-K
   10:00am Quiet room (reading, studying) opens for children grades 4 to 7    10:30am Youth activities begin for children grades K to 7   1:00pm Youth activities end   1:00pm Babysitting and supervised play ends
 
 Afternoon & Evening ( services in the Wolman Sanctuary with open seating)
   4:00pm Mincha    5:30pm Breakout sessions led by local scholars, including Rabbi Chuck Feinberg, others TBD
    Teen Shmooze    6:30pm Neilah   7:50pm Shofar & Ma’ariv   Break Fast Immediately following the Service

Evening Prayers for Children | For Parents and Grandparents

 

Date to be Decided
Watch for more information to come!


Especially for parents or grandparents of young children (tot–2nd grade), this class will explore possibilities for evening prayers that will enhance bedtime rituals with little ones.

Sponsored by TI Adult Education

Questions? Please contact
Allan Tulchin at TIAdultEd@Tifereth-Israel.org

 

Family Hanukkah Celebration

 

6th Annual TI Hanukkah Party

Wednesday December 21st 6:30 to 8 pm

The festivities begin with dinner followed by Hanukkah songs, and organized activities for every age, including an
Interactive Olive Oil Making Activity for kids
Plus an Oilve Oil Bar for adults

Reserve your Family's Place Now!


Hanukkah


This year's menu will feature:
 Grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup, with artisanal grilled cheese for adults, along with Rabbi Seidel's famous freshly made Sufganiyot!

$15 Per person • ages 0-4 free • $65 max per family

Sign-up and Reserve Your Place Now!



Questions?  Email Willhelmina@Tifereth-Israel.org