Temple of Israel Restoration Fund
We have experienced extensive damage to our Temple sanctuary. The ridge of our roof blew off letting water into the sanctuary wetting walls, carpet, ceiling and bench cushions. Fortunately we moved the torahs prior to the hurricane and they are safe.
We also have considerable tree damage in our beautiful cemetery.
There is much work to be done. We expect renovation of the Temple building to take at least 4 months or more depending on what we find when we really begin exploration of all the damage.
We have established a Temple of Israel Restoration Fund and will be greatly appreciative of any donations.
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Thank you to our Premium Membership Donors
Walter & Beth Pancoe — Michael & Lorraine VanVekoven
Dr. Eric & Jean Rosenberg
Barry & Bonnie Newman ** — Dr. Joshua & Karen Vogel
Evelyn Agnoff — Jeffrey & Nancy Brudney — Dan & Marta Cohen
Glenn & Beverly Tetterton — Rita Reibman
Larry & Malinda Zimmerman — Mr. Jeffrey Schrager & Dr. Anne York **
Samuel & Jane Brody — Geoffrey & Dana Crater
Vernon & Myrna Cronen — Dr. Lawrence Frankel
Arthur Kareff — Dr. Kenneth & Nancy Kotz **
Morris & Sharon Levy — Dr. Naomi Kleid **
Jerry & Debbie Smith — Jackie Silver **
Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Linett **
Genie & Lank Lancaster — Rhonda Pruss & Donald Messer
** New Premium Members for 2018-2019
Tree of Life at the Temple of Israel
The Tree of Life in Rosenthal Hall honors living family and friends by making a contribution that supports the Temple
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Growing & Fostering Our Jewish World
We are a congregation that supports a wide range of programs and activities for members of all ages.
We want to build a community based on inclusiveness, where everyone is welcome, regardless of age, marital status, sexual orientation, a Jew by birth or by choice.
At Temple of Israel (TOI) we strive to provide a meaningful and fulfilling environment for worship, education and social interaction, following the principles and values of Reform Judaism, including commitment to God, Torah and Israel; and to enhance the lives of our congregants and our community.
As an inspiring center for Reform Judaism, TOI will provide meaningful experiences, where memories will take root and grow, while honoring the past and building for the future.
TOI aims to be a warm, welcoming, multi-generational and inclusive congregation, financially sound, with a committed and growing membership base and religious school.
TOI will be the focal point in our community for Reform Jewish worship and education, social interaction and Tikkun Olam.
HEBREW SCHOOL TEACHERS WANTED…
The Religious School is seeking individuals interested in teaching Hebrew
Thursdays from 4:30pm – 6:00pm starting in September.
Contact Sherry Grooms to discuss. (910) 367-3913 or email@example.com