The Temple Board is part of an interfaith statement of solidarity
for World Refugee Day.
Join Rabbi Lenny for our weekly Talmud Class
on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Temple when we discuss how the concepts in the Talmud apply today in Fort Wayne and are relevant in our personal lives. Can't attend in person? Join us online through TempleConnect
Check out the Rabbi Richard B. Safran library!
We've got baseball books
and lots more on our shelves! Visit us in the Madge Rothschild Resource Center.
During the summer, the Jewish community's Thoughtful Thursdays
team is seeking donations of boxes of tissues, packages of napkins, and bottles of unscented or lightly scented body wash. Drop off donations at the Temple.
Volunteers are needed on Thursday, August 31 at 10 a.m. to prepare a large mailing for our Deli Day. Contact the Temple office if you can help. Save the date for our 16th annual Corned Beef on Rye - Sure to Satisfy Fundraiser
on Thursday, November 9!
Interested in becoming a member
of Congregation Achduth Vesholom? Contact the Temple office at (260) 744-4245 for more information.
Looking ahead to the High Holy Days
? Begin 5778 with us at the Temple! We'll transition to the season during our Selichot Service & Reception
on Saturday, September 16. Erev Rosh Hashanah
begins on Wednesday evening, September 20, including our annual New Year's Reception. Rosh Hashanah morning worship
on Thursday, September 21 is followed by Tashlich and a PJ Library program
at Foster Park. Kol Nidre
is on Friday, September 29. Yom Kippur services and learning
on Saturday, September 30 are followed by our Break-the-Fast
hosted by the ROMEOs (RSVP by September 22). Child care is available with a reservation for most holiday services.
will be held on Sunday, September 24 at Lindenwood Cemetery and Fort Wayne Jewish Cemetery.
Bill Benson shares Holocaust history by interviewing survivors through the First Person program at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. Join us on Thursday, September 7 at 7 p.m. when he shares highlights of his 13 years chronicling history in this important way. Find out more
. Sponsored by the Temple's Holocaust Education Committee and IPFW's Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Temple members Andy & Janet Katz' commitment to the environment and tikkun olam (repairing the world) led them to build an environmentally friendly "green home" in southwest Fort Wayne. Temple members are invited for a tour and open house
sponsored by the Adult Education Committee on Sunday, September 10. Space is limited so please RSVP by Wednesday, September 6.