Temple Tifereth Israel of Winthrop is an unaffiliated
Jewish congregation, whose services and practices nominally follow the Conservative tradition. 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.
PRESIDENT: Sandra (Goldstein) Pellegrino
VICE PRESIDENTS: Dana Stone, Steven Miller
TREASURER: Dana Stone
The second seder of Passover this year was celebrated at our Temple on Saturday evening,
20 April 2019. Over forty Temple members enjoyed the catered seder meal and the Passover service led
by our Rabbinical Intern Mimi Micner.
The seder service was low key and participative, with attendees joining in the Haggadah
reading and the singing of the traditional Passover songs. The seder was thoroughly enjoyed by all, especially the
catered meal that avoided the bother of preparing the meal and having to clean up afterward.
Shown below are photos taken at the seder.
Longtime Temple member, Arnold Kaplan, was feted at a luncheon held in the Napoleon
Room of the Club Cafe on Columbus Avenue in Boston's South End on Sunday, 14 April 2019. The luncheon was
organized and hosted by Jan Peters and Tom LaMark.
As most of you know by now, Arnold has been at the Aberjona Rehabilitation &
Nursing Center on Swanton Street in Winchester since being struck by a car back in November.
Some 50 friends of Arnold's, including serval Temple members, attended the luncheon.
Arnold was picked up and driven from the Winchester nursing home to the luncheon by his Boston entertainment
friends. Until his accident, Arnold was a well-known weekend attendee at many of the various live entertainment
venues in Boston. Performers from these sites entertained with numerous songs, including a special
Hello Arnie sung to the melody of Hello Dolly. Arnie returned the favor by singing his own
unique version of You Made Me Love You, the song that was made famous by Judy Garland in the
film Broadway Melody of 1938.
Shown below are pictures taken at the luncheon.