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SATURDAY Nov 22, 2014
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Harness the peaceful energy of Shabbat with this casual, intimate, and musical community. We meet every Shabbat morning.

SUNDAY Nov 23, 2014
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Social Action

The Hope Soup Kitchen is in New Rochelle and it is the largest emergency food pantry and soup kitchen in the region. Children and adults can either join us in the kitchen at Larchmont Temple, or cook at home and bring to the Larchmont Temple kitchen on Sunday morning. An announcement will be made ahead of time what is on the menu. Usually it is roasted chicken, or meat loaf. We then do potatoes and vegetables. Brownies or cookies, or fruit salad, or other goodies to share with the Hope Soup Kitchen clients are also welcome. Contact Debbie Schleien - Debschleien@gmail.com.

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TUESDAY Nov 25, 2014
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WEDNESDAY Nov 26, 2014
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THURSDAY Nov 27, 2014
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Features

SEND YOUR COLLEGE KIDS A CARE PACKAGE FOR CHANUKAH!

Chanukah and Finals Package for kids in college: Sign up your college kids up by 11/30 so they can receive a special package in the mail. Click here to sign up online.

SPONSOR A FAMILY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

Sponsor a Family Program: November 7 - December 14.

Support families in need in our community by buying gift cards and/or gifts. For more information about the ways you can sponsor a family this holiday season, click here. 

AMERICAN ISRAEL FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS

A life Apart: Hasidism in America. Sunday, November 30, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Grant Conference Center. A Life Apart is the first in-depth documentary about a distinctive, traditional Eastern European religious community. Integrating critical and analytical scholarship with a portrait of the daily life, beliefs, and history of contemporary Hasidic Jews in New York City, the film focuses on the conflicts, burdens, and rewards of the Hasidic way of life. Join Ze'ev Aviezer for the film, lively discussion, and wine and cheese.

BROTHERHOOD BREAKFAST WELCOMES LARRY VOGEL

Sunday, December 7, 10AM Breakfast and Program

Professor of Philosophy at Connecticut College, Larry Vogel, focuses his work on Jewish German philosophers in the 20th century and the dichotomy they faced of embracing philosophy versus embracing religion. He will examine this struggle in the years following World War II, centering on Hans Jonas’ well-regarded essay “The Concept of God after Auschwitz”.

DAN NICHOLS FAMILY CONCERT!

Join us, along with Temple Israel of New Rochelle, Kol Ami of White Plains, and Westchester Reform Congregation of Scarsdale for a fun family concert. Sunday, December 14, 4:00 PM at LT. Free and open to the public.  Click here for the flyer!

MAKE THIS YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY!

Vodka & Latkes! Join the Cultural Arts Committee for the first event of the year on Saturday, December 13 at 7:00 PM. Celebrate the 'spirit' of Chanukah with music, food, and festivity! We even have a car service running from 9-11PM so we can all share in the spirit!

Click here to buy tickets. 

READ NOVEMBER TEMPLE NEWS HERE

Click here for the November Temple News PDF. 

SOCIAL ACTION OPPORTUNITIES HERE!

Here are some of the many Social Action opportunities you can get involved in at LT! 

Midnight Run, Pleasantville Cottages, Coat Drive, Susan's Place. For the full list of events, click here! 

GIVE A LITTLE LESS TO THE IRS

Individuals who reduce their income taxes with itemized deductions for things like mortgage interest and real estate taxes are aware that they also can claim contributions to Larchmont Temple and other favorite causes. But there are other opportunities that can be taken. Click here to read an article by Julian Block. For more info, contact Ze'ev Aviezer. 

OUTREACH AT LT

To welcome and support Jews by Birth, Jews by Choice and Interfaith Families across the generations on their Jewish journeys.

Please join us throughout the year as we explore and experience the Hows, Ways & Whys of Jewish living with inspired and informative programs for everyone. Click here for more information. 

COMPLETE THE GOD SURVEY TODAY!

This year at Larchmont Temple, we are undertaking THE GOD PROBLEM—how does what we believe about God impact who we are and, perhaps, how we live our lives…  The GOD Survey will help us to see the spectrum of beliefs we hold, and how our diverse approaches make a difference.

Please complete our God Survey online. You may also open it as a PDF, print it out and return it to the LT Office. Fill our the paper God Survey here!

You will not win a toaster oven or an I-Pad, but your sharing of faith and doubt just may help in making GOD (whatever that is) a bit more real… Rabbi Sirkman.