Shabbat and Sunday morning services are conducted at Temple Tifereth Israel every
week, starting at 9:30 am. Following
Shabbat morning services, a kiddush is provided, and Sunday morning services are followed by a
no-cost breakfast. Additional services are held on Jewish holidays.
Come join us for one or more of these services. It is refreshing
and invigorating to put aside the cares of the week for an hour or two. Get together with old or
new friends and renew your contact with Judaism. Saturday morning services are typically completed
by 11:30 am and Sunday morning services are usually over by 10:00 am.
In addition to regular Saturday and Sunday morning services, we also hold Friday night
Kabalat Shabbat services about twice a month and a Saturday night Havdalah service about once month.
Friday night Kabalat Shabbat and Saturday night Havdalah services normally begin at 6:30 pm.
The short services are usually followed by light refreshments.
Contact the Temple at 617-846-1390 or at jewishwinthrop.org for dates and times of services.
Temple Tifereth Israel provides Jewish education for children between the ages
of 6 to 13 as well as preparation for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. Teaching is adjusted to meet the needs
and capabilities of the students.
We also hold a Pre-school class for youngsters between the ages of 4 and 6. The
class includes music, dancing, shabbat and holiday traditions, and much more. It has proven to be very
popular with the children.
Hebrew School classes at the Temple are held on Sunday mornings, starting at 10:00 am,
and extend for 2 hours. Classes are conducted by experienced teachers and teaching aides. Special programs for
the students are provided throughout the school year.
Parents interested in having their children attend
Tremple Tifereth Israel's Hebrew School
can contact the Temple at "617-846-1390" or email us at "email@example.com" for
Remember, your child is part of the future of Judaism. We owe it to our children
to provide them with the the teachings of Jewish knowledge, tradition, history and ethical awareness.
Our Hebrew School does this with a creative and challenging curriculum, individual attention, along with
IF NOT NOW, WHEN?
"FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION"
On Saturday mornings, "mi sheberach prayers" are said for friends
and relatives that are sick. If you would like to have a "mi sheberach" said, please contact the
Temple the week prior to when you want the prayer recited. If you know the Hebrew name of the
person for whom the prayer is to be said, please provide that information, along with the name
of the mother. If Hebrew names are not known, English names will suffice.
If you would like to sponsor a Kiddush or Breakfast in honor of a
special occasion, in memory of someone, or just for the Mitzvah, please call the Temple office
at 617-846-1390. In addition to a growing attendance at our Saturday and Sunday morning services,
we are happy to report that we continue to have sponsors for all our Shabbat Kiddushim and
Sunday morning breakfasts.
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If you never had a bar or bat mitzvah and would like to enjoy
the experience now, please let us know. We will be happy to help you prepare to read the Torah
and/or the Haftarah and celebrate your bar or bat mitzvah. You will aquire the skills to step
up to the Torah as though you were just turning 13! To sign up, contact the Temple at 617-846-1390.