Message from the Temple's President

Greetings to All,

Well it is time to welcome the month of June and all that it is expected to bring i.e., warmer weather, more socialization, and perhaps traveling.

However, at this time, it is with much sadness that I bring to your attention the death of Jean Fernandes, long-time custodian and more importantly ambassador for TTI. When I first became President, it was Jean who provided me with so much guidance and reassurance which I needed so badly. Jean also was a wonderful greeter and went out of her way to make those entering the Temple welcome, answer any questions, and provide information. Every event that was planned was overseen by Jean down to its last detail. Even after retirement, she often came by TTI to visit, talk, have some laughs and bring me my special gumballs that she bought in New Hampshire.... She was a great support, employee, and a friend. Our condolences to her daughters Cindy and Katie and her entire beautiful family. Rest in Peace Jean. May your memory be for a Blessing.

Before we talk about a few plans for June, we want to first extend our Mazal Tov to Joshua and Beth Schreiber upon their recent marriage. Our wishes for all life’s best. We also want to thank Joshua, our Rabbinic Intern for the past year, for all his input, concern, guidance, and talent. Our sincerest wishes for success in any and all of his future endeavors and know that TTI will always be glad to see you whenever you can visit.

A Few things planned for June are:

Saturday, June 4, following Shabbat Service, a Kiddush recognizing and thanking Joshua Schreiber for his service to Temple Tifereth Israel. Join us and come by to wish Josh good luck.

On Sunday, June 12, 10:30 a.m. there is a Sisterhood meeting.

On June 29, a fundraiser is being planned by the Sisterhood at the LaSiesta Restaurant in Winthrop. Check for details and help support this worthwhile event.

Sandra Pellegrino,
President, Temple Tifereth Israel



Never Had A Bar or Bas Mitzvah?

      Some of our Temple members and some members of the Jewish community in and around Winthrop who are not members of the Temple may have never experienced their own Bar or Bas Mitzvah. We are offering the opportunity for these people to become Bar or Bas Mitzvah'd. Your Bar/Bas Mitzvah training will include English and Hebrew and everyone. No matter what your background or ability, you will be able to participate and achieve this wonderful goal.

      Contact the Temple at "617-846-1390" for more information. Remember: Everyone can be a participant, as long as you have the desire. We will accommodate to everyone's abilities, needs and desires.



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     Instead of running around wasting expesive fuel to find a gift for your child, grandchild, or anyone else, you can buy or order the perfect gift from the Temple's Gift Shop, while helping to support the Temple. To purchase an item, call the office at 617-846-1390 to see if they can order what you want.



If Not Now, When is the Right Time to Place a Leaf on the Tree of Life?

     Place a leaf on the Tree of Life in the Main Sancutary to support the Temple while showing your love and affection for dear friends and relatives. Engraved leafs cost only $180 and there is no more appropriate way to honor loved ones and to celebrate those special occasions - anniversaries, births, birthdays, etc.

     You can order your leaf by providing the Temple with your instructions for the name and message to be placed on the leaf and sending in your payment. It will normally take 4 to 5 weeks for your order to be completed.


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