Temple Covenant of Peace is a Reform congregation in Easton PA committed to cultivating a love and understanding of Jewish heritage, to stimulate fellowship in the Jewish Community and to strengthen the bonds of loyalty with the Jewish people everywhere. At 175 years old, our Temple is the third oldest in Pennsylvania and the tenth oldest in the United States. Through weekly services, programs and study, we celebrate our heritage. We hope you will consider becoming an active member of our congregational family. Our Temple
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    Friday Night Services
    Join us for services with Oneg to follow!

    July 1st @ 7:30pm - Your Zayde's Shabbos
    July 8th @ 7:30pm - Rock Shabbat with the Main Street Cruisers!
    July 15th @ 7:30pm - The Sound of Music Shabbat. Oneg in remembrance of Robert Alan Bricker.
    July 22nd @ 7:30pm - Evening Shabbat Service (Harvey Cartine)
    July 29nd @ 7:30pm - Evening Shabbat Service (Mark Gutman)

    Family Services
    Returning with Religious School

    Special Notices

    Easton Heritage Day, this coming Sunday the 10th.
    If you have some time to tell folks about our Temple, come on down!

    Classical Concert, featuring Pianist Sergei Musayelyan!
    Saturday, July 9th
    Hors D'oeuvres & Libations starting at 6pm
    Open to the Public! Tickets are $28/Adults and $21 for Seniors and those under 12.
    Onsite babysitting is available Free of Charge.
    Please RSVP at the Temple office: 610-253-2031

    Sergei Musayelyan, famed pianist.

    Farewell to Rabbi Stein, Dena Miri and Judah of Bnai Abraham Synagogue!
    Saturday, July 2nd

    Spring Into Summer Dance!
    Featuring: The Swing Time Dolls!
    Saturday, July 23rd at 6:30pm 'til 9:30pm


    Due to the Holiday Season please be aware that the Temple Office
    will be Closed on the following dates in July.
    Mon/4th, Fri/8th, and Mon/11th.

    Ch69 News piece for our Interfaith Dinner
    From Saturday, January 30th
    Just click on the title!


    Torah Study

    Tuesdays: 7/5, 7/12
    No Torah Study on 7/19 and 7/26.

    Pirkei Avot: Ethics of the Fathers

    Tuesdays: 7/5, 7/12
    No Pirkei Avot on 7/19 and 7/26.

    Religious School

    Accepting registrations for school year 2016-17.

    Judaism 101

    Wednesdays: 7/6, 7/13
    No Judaism 101 on 7/20 and 7/27.
    7/6 class cancelled.

    Hebrew Language

    No Language Class for the summer.

    Upcoming Meetings, Activities & Get-Togethers

    TCP Book Club (normally Thursdays)

    Discussing: Miller's Valley by Anna Quindlen
    July 14th @ 10:30am

    Knitting Group (Wednesday/20th)

    Please RSVP.

    Moved? Moving?

    Please notify Joanne at the Temple office
    if you have a change in circumstance .....
    A change of address, if there is a
    marriage, children, family member
    entering a nursing home, or a change in
    membership status.

    We do need to keep your records up to

    Thank you.

    Board Meeting

    No Board Meeting for July.

    From The Rabbi's Desk

    A Reflection from the Rabbi

    Hot Topics

    TCP Amazon Link

    Support TCP while shopping at Amazon.com by using this link.
    (For more details on this see the info on the "Support Us"

    Union for Reform Judaism

    Temple Facebook page




    Untreated alcoholism and addictions always result
    in death, prison or institutionalization.

    for Jews, Non-Jews and interested people.
    8:30 P.M. Tuesday Keneseth Israel Allentown
    6:15 A.M. Daily Chabad House Allentown

    Other Resources

    AddictionResource.com, a group of folks who raise awareness on the dangers of addiction and helps local communities stay drug-free.

    American Society of Addiction Medicine, who also promotes drug abuse prevention and treatment.

    Shabbat Times

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