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Creative Journeys in Judaism with Kim Phillips

kimphillips   Mark your calendars for Artist-in-Residence weekend with Nashville based Jewish papercutting artist Kim Phillips. On Friday, December 12 come to Shabbat services to learn more about "Creative Journeys in Judaism." On Saturday, December 13 from noon to 5 p.m. she will lead a hands-on workshop in the art of Jewish papercutting. Rabbi Berk will lead a study session and lunch will be served. Do not miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in study and art and come home with a papercut creation of your own. We'll end the session with havdallah. Register your interest with melissa@tourosynagogue.com. Cost the for the lunch, workshop and all materials is only $18! Check out more of Kim Phillips work at hebrica.com.  

December 2014 Bulletin

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November 2014 Bulletin

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Welcome to Touro Synagogue

Touro Synagogue's mission stems from its traditional roots, but blends well with our mainstream Reform Jewish Philosophy which supports our emphasis on the love of Jewish living, a commitment to social justice, to Klal Yisrael and to Jewish practice founded in knowledge.

Our historic congregation was founded in 1828, the present-day Touro is an amalgam of two earlier congregations, one founded by German Jewish settlers, the other a Spanish-Portuguese synagogue whose families were largely of Sephardic background and who arrived from South America and the Caribbean. Learn more

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