Sunday, June 4, 2017 @ 11 am - Israeli Book Brunch....Book to be discussed "The Hilltop" by Assaf Gavron...view a presentation, learn discuss and eat. You will be glad you did! Please RSVP to Adina Re'em at email@example.com
Sunday, June 11, 2017 @ 9:30 am - Men's Club Brunch...A Refugee's Journey. Hear the story of Abbas Khalaf, a Sunni Muslim in Baghadad who was beaten and threatened with death. Hear his story of suvival and enduring hope as he sets out for freedom for himself and his family. A donation will be accepted at the door to defray the cost of the meal. To allow for planning, contact Henry Luftman at 484-634-0527 to RSVP.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017 @ 7:30 am - Congregational Meeting here at the Temple!
Friday, June 23, 2017 @ 6 pm - BBQ Dinner (chicken, coleslaw, etc.) and then at 7:30 pm Shira Chadasha outdoor service under the stars.
Saturday, July 15, 2017 @ 9:15 pm - Jazz on the Patio with muscian Frank DiBussolo who has worked with several artists including Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Diana Ross and many more! Admission is $10 and includes wine/beer/appetizers and desserts! Please call the TBE office at 610-435-3521 to RSVP to this event!
More Jewish Teens, More Meaningful Jewish Experiences
BBYO will be one of the world’s leading Jewish movements, convening and connecting teens of all backgrounds who will become inspired to live Jewish lives while making a difference in the world. AZA and BBG will be recognized as the preeminent leadership training and character development program for the teen audience and will be core to driving the movement forward. BBYO Connect will attract 6th, 7th and 8th graders with a compelling menu of social and meaningful experiences. These entities will meet the needs and interests of a new generation and will challenge the entire Jewish teen community to celebrate and contribute to their heritage. BBYO’s umbrella of innovative experiences – service and action, college and career prep and travel – and technologies will provide the Jewish community with a robust and effective way of delivering meaningful Jewish content to teens. These efforts will be supported by a Friends & Alumni Network, a caring community of stakeholders who ensure BBYO’s vibrancy and affordability in local communities by raising money and offering support to BBYO’s talented and passionate professionals, volunteer advisors and teens. BBYO will be an employer of choice and its professionals will receive exceptional leadership development opportunities, making them some of the most capable and desired leaders in the not for profit world. BBYO’s operating model will feature the use of technology and a strong international office to minimize administrative costs and maximize system-wide growth through best practice sharing, collaboration and partnerships which enhance the BBYO brand and add value to the BBYO experience.