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THE TBI RABBI SEARCH COMMITTEE IS HONORED TO ANNOUNCE THE FINALISTS FOR POSITION OF RABBI

TBI will host Shabbatons for all finalist candidates.

Rabbi Boris Dolin - January 23, 24, and 25.

Ruhi Sophia Motzkin Rubenstein - February 6, 7, and 8.

Rabbi Shoshana Leis and Rabbi Ben Newman - February 20, 21, and 22. (Job Share)

Each Shabbaton weekend will include:

  • Friday night and Saturday morning services
  • Saturday morning Torah study
  • A community luncheon after Saturday services
  • A teaching and Havdalah late Saturday afternoon/evening
  • Meetings with TBI staff, Talmud Torah staff, students, and families, the Board and with key TBI committees.

Moving in Mincha with Evlyn Gould
Saturday, January 31, 4:00pm
Post-Shabbat contributions to TBI Community Education programs welcome

As we leave the last cleansing lights of Chanukah and look forward to the subtle creativity growing everywhere beneath the frozen surfaces of our world, it is time on the Jewish calendar to drop in and awaken to this quiet underground renewal. To welcome Tu b’Shevat, the “new year of the trees,” join in the contemplative mood of the waning hours of Shabbat. Moving together in embodied prayer, song, Torah, and meditative silence, we will tune into our own inner bio-rhythms and urge the body’s private capacity for health and renewal. No prior experience necessary.


TBI  Welcomes Rabbi Deborah Waxman - President of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College & Reconstructionist Communities

Thursday, February 19th at 7:30pm 

Waxman’s “State of the Movement” talk followed by Q&A is an informative and interactive experience in which attendees will hear the current major aspirations of the Reconstructionist movement and the vision for the future, as well as the roles Reconstructionist-affiliated communities play in the viability of the movement. Specific topics will vary based on the questions of attendees. The event is free. For more on Rabbi Waxman visit the RRC page.


This Purim, give your friends at TBI a gift of delicious, locally baked Hamentashen cookies and perform the mitzvah of Mishloach Manot - sending gifts of food to friends, family, and community. Download the order form here.


Check us out on YouTube! Full HD videos and live streaming where available. https://www.youtube.com/user/tbieugene


Sign up for the Temple Beth Israel weekly E-Newsletter here.


TBI is very excited to partner with Learn Hebrew Pod to offer FREE Online Hebrew Learning.  Through this special partnership you can receive a FREE trial, and special pricing on additional courses. More information, here. 

 

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Updated Jewish News

Survivors gather for historic anniversary at Auschwitz

Some 100 survivors from 19 countries are expected to attend official ceremonies in Poland at the site of the former concentration camp.

Rivlin tells black leaders in N.Y.: ‘I also have a dream’ on Jerusalem

Rivlin, making his first visit to the United States as Israeli president, compared the establishment of Israel to the civil rights movement.

Israeli U.S. envoy Ron Dermer chided for boosting Netanyahu’s campaign

Dermer, as a state employee, is forbidden from publicly backing any election candidate.

Poll: Five out of six Palestinians say Israel may have aided Paris attacks

Fewer than 9 percent of respondents blamed an increase in Islamic fundamentalism for the attacks.

Former Nazi loses Canadian citizenship

Helmut Oberlander, 90, was a member of a mobile death squad that is estimated to have murdered more than 23,000 people during World War II.

 
 
 

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Temple Beth Israel is the Center for Jewish Life in Eugene, embracing traditional wisdom with contemporary insight.

We promote the spiritual, educational, and social well-being of our members, the Jewish people of Lane County, and the larger community.  TBI is a member of the Jewish Reconstructionist Communities and of the Community of Welcoming Congregations (CWC).

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