Meet Our Rabbinical Intern, Mimi Micner

     This past month, Rabbinic Intern Mimi Micner started her internship at Temple Tifereth Israel by (1) conducting a Friday night service, (2) participating in the next day's Shabbat morning service, and (3) leading our Sunday morning Shachrit service. All three of these services were quite enjoyable and those of you couldn't attend any or all of these services are urged to attend Mimi's future Temple visits. Mimi brings a fresh breeze into our sanctuary. Check this web site, the Temple's facebook page or by contacting the Temple (617-846-13910 or ttiwinthrop@gmail.com) to find out when Mimi will next be at the Temple.

     Any feedback relative to the services led by Mimi would be much appreciated. In particular, we would like to determine the type of service that would be most appealing to our younger congregants and, hopefully, more attractive to potential new Temple members.

     Mimi has provided us with the short message below. Come say hello to her in person. You will enjoy meeting her.

Dear Temple Tifereth Israel Community,

My name is Mimi Micner, and I am the Rabbinic Intern for the community this year. I look forward to meeting you and getting to know you, and to being of service to this lovely community.

To give you a bit of background about myself: I am a current Rabbinical Student at Hebrew College, in my 5th out of 6 years. I come to the Rabbinate with a deep love of Torah and spiritual practice, a concern about the world around us, and a desire to build vibrant, connected, and supportive Jewish communities.

I hope this year will be an opportunity for growing and deepening our community, and to bringing in some innovative new programming. I will be leading joyful, songful services twice a month, and will be offering programming and services for families once a month. Check out our calendar for more information! And, if there is any programming or support you are looking for, please let me know- my door is always open!

L'Shalom,
Rabbinic Intern Mimi Micner
Shalom


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