MATCH YOUR YEAR END GIFT TODAY!
The High Holy Day Annual Campaign began on Rosh Hashanah and will end on December 31st. This campaign bridges the $300,000 gap between the dues collected and the total operating needs of Temple. We have already raised $210,000. Please make a gift to Temple’s High Holy Days Campaign.
Now is the time to make your gift because it will be matched. Don & JoEllen Loeb, Bill & Toby Donner, Kenny & Marleen Alhadeff and Ed & Pam Bridge have generously created a matching fund to inspire greater giving. Please give to Temple’s High Holy Days Campaign today! If you have already donated, but can do more, please don’t pass up this opportunity to double the value of an addition to your generous donation.
Make your online donation here or contact Kim Greenhall at email@example.com or 206.315.7392.
Temple De Hirsch Sinai is more than a synagogue. We’re a Jewish neighborhood with warmth and caring, we embrace all who come through our doors. We celebrate the diversity of our members with a commitment to respect the dignity of each person in our midst. We invite you to share our past, and help shape our future. Check out our new video! Click Here. To follow all our Rabbi's click Here .
Looking for a Synagogue preschool? Jennifer Rosen Meade Preschool is now open for registration for the 2013-2014 school year. Learn more about us by clicking Here . To learn more about our programs click Here. Schedule your tour now by calling 206-315-7428.
Religion School Registration is now open.For more information please click Here .
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Bringing Our Temple Family TogetherMembers have been asking Temple to alert them when fellow congregant families experience the death of loved ones. In response, Temple is implementing a new alert program via email. In the event of a death, members will receive an email with the name of the affected congregants, plus any funeral, memorial, shiva or donation information provided. Of course members can opt out of having notifications sent on their behalf in the event of a death, as well as opt out of receiving any death notification emails.
Temple's Annual Chanukah Celebration & Latke Dinner December 6 • SeattleShabbat Unplugged • 6:00pmLatke Dinner • 7:00pmJoin us as we celebrate Chanukah this year with dreidels and delicious latkes with all the trimmings in one BIG celebration! Kids are invited to bring in homemade Chanukiahs! Suggested donation of $5 per person, $15 per family.
Lunch and Learn with the Rabbis 1st Thursday • Seattle4th Tuesday • Bellevue December 5 • 12:00pm • SeattleTopic: Doing and Believing: The Religion of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Hosted by Daniel W. Rasmus.Please bring your own lunch! For more information please click Here.
FEED! Your Soul, Body & MindDecember 13 • SeattleRock Shabbat • 6:00pmDinner • 7:00pmMeaningful Presence – Living the Values of Bikkur Cholim-Rabbi Aaron Meyer. Join Chaplain Sean Doll O'Mahoney of Harborview Hospital and Rabbi Aaron Meyer to discuss the Jewish value of visiting the sick. After examining textual sources, our conversation will present practical information about how to provide a comforting presence for those who are ill.
Chinese Dinner With Temple December 25 • 6:00pm • Cascade Garden RestaurantJoin us for a fun evening of Chinese food and friendship. Advance RSVPs and payments are required by December 20. For more information contact Wendy at WDessenberger@tdhs-nw.org.
New Year's Eve Family Celebration December 31 • 5:30pm • BellevueJoin us for a New Year’s Eve Party at Temple for families with children in second grade and under. Advance RSVPs and payments are required by 12:00pm on December 24. Please call Wendy or Charlene at 206-323-8486.
Helping Ethan on Chanukah
On the 8th night of Chanukah—please think about Ethan Kadish. Ethan was struck by lightning at Goldman Union Camp Institute last summer and he is still fighting to regain the ability to walk and talk. He is the grandson of Temple Members, Ira and Susan Kadish. Uninsured expenses include home modifications, specialized therapies, home health care and more. Everyone can help Ethan! Here are some suggestions how:
You can:* Make a donation* Share Ethan’s story on social media
Your Family can:* Decide not to exchange gifts but donate instead* Stay at home instead of going out and donate the money otherwise spent on a movie, popcorn & sodas
Your School can:* Organize a Chanukah cookie sale* Hold a car wash
*Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law. This campaign is administered by HelpHOPELive, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit providing fundraising assistance to transplant and catastrophic injury patients. Information: 800-642-8399. Information relating to the financial affairs of HelpHOPELive is available from the Secretary of State, and the toll-free number for Washington residents is 800-332-4483.
More information about Ethan and an opportunity to make a tax-deductible contribution Click here.Thank you for this mitzvah! Happy Chanukah!
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