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
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
PRESIDENT: Sandra (Goldstein) Pellegrino
VICE PRESIDENTS: Dana Stone, Steven Miller
TREASURER: Dana Stone
WITH THE END OF WINTER AND THE EASING OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL IS RESUMING IN-TEMPLE
SERVICES BEGINNING ON SUNDAY, 11 APRIL 2021 AT 9:30 AM. WE WILL CONTUINUE TO MONITOR THE SITUATION AND MAKE
NECESSARY CHANGES AS APPROPRIATE. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE TEMPLE AT: |
On the NEWSLETTER page, we have listed
the yahrzeits which will occur during the month of April. If you have a yahrzeit
plaque at the Temple, you can check the date of the yahrzeit and the location of
the yahrzeit plaque.
3rd Jewish Climate Change Conference: Everything is Connected
Sunday, April 25, 2021
Virtual day-long conference
The Jewish Climate Action Network (JCAN) is a Jewish organization that seeks to provide an urgent and
visionary Jewish voice on the crisis of climate change. It does this by building relationships with environmental and
justice leaders in Jewish and other communal organizations; inspiring and mobilizing Jewish communities to take leadership
and participate in bold climate campaigns; and providing informational resources to allies working on climate change
The Third Jewish Climate Change Conference: Everything is Connected will take place on Sunday, 25 April 2021.
It will be a day-long online event and will bring together Jewish climate activists from across the country for the purpose
of providing not just vision and leadership but also a sense of community grounded in the Jewish value of tikkun olam, repair
of the world. We are inviting Jewish climate leaders and others to bring to the conference a vast array of insights, tools,
and actions regarding the intersectionality of anti-racism/environmental justice, youth, decarbonizing, sustainability,
agriculture, spiritual resilience, and communal adaptation.
For more information, click here.