BECAUSE OF THE ONGOING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, ALL TEMPLE FUNCTIONS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CONTACT THE TEMPLE AT ttiwinthrop@gmail.com OR AT 617-846-1390 WITH ANY QUESTIONS, CONCERNS OR IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE. UNTIL THE CRISIS IS RESOLVED, PLEASE FOLLOW GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTIONS AND STAY HEALTHY. CORONA VIRUS INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE U.S. GOVERNMENT'S CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC). CLICK HERE TO REACH THE CDC WEB SITE.

We hope to resume weekend morning services at the temple in June (see the "Messages from the Temple President" page). When we do, we will incorporate the published state guidelines - spacing, masks, hand sanitizer, etc., and we will make adjustments to the usual service to ensure that appropriate safety procedures are in force. Stay in touch, and, with G-d's help, we will soon, once again, be praying together.


About The Temple

     Temple Tifereth Israel of Winthrop is an unaffiliated Jewish congregation. We provide a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere for our congregants and visitors. The Congregation is committed to preserving Jewish values and traditions.
     The Temple is located just north of Boston and is adjacent to East Boston, Logan Airport, Revere, and Chelsea. Winthrop has a population of approximately 20,000, is largely residential and is a peninsula with the Atlantic Ocean to the East and Boston Harbor to the West.
     Public transportation provides convenient low cost access to Boston, while road access to Boston, points west and south is provided by 3 tunnels below Boston Harbor. Points north of Boston, including New Hampshire and Maine, are easily reached by highways adjacent to Winthrop.



Officers & Clergy

PRESIDENT: Sandra (Goldstein) Pellegrino
VICE PRESIDENTS: Dana Stone, Steven Miller
TREASURER: Dana Stone



A LITTLE YIDDISH

     With most of us staying home quite a lot these days, time can pass very slowly. To help relieve the boredom, one can undertake a little studying and education.
     For example, learning, relearning or remembering Yiddish might serve that purose. Here is a Yiddish word from Leo Rosten's Joys of Yiddish) that some of you might remember.

kvitch

1 June 2020
               

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