Temple Covenant of Peace, Warm Folks, Cool Shul! 1451 Northampton St., Easton, PA 18042, phone:610-253-2031, Fax: 610-253-8896, Emergency#: 610-351-9999, E-mail: tcp@rcn.com
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Temple Covenant of Peace is a Reform congregation in Easton PA committed to cultivating a love and understanding of the Jewish heritage, to stimulate fellowship in the Jewish Community and to strengthen the bonds of loyalty with the Jewish people everywhere. 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
Special Notices

Friday, 4/4 - 6:30 pm

Pre-Shabbat Jewish Music Discussion with Cantor Jill - Hors d'oeuvres & Wine
Sunday, 4/6 - 5:00pm Rosh Chodesh Women's Seder
Tuesday,4/15 - 6:30pm 2nd Night Congregational Seder
Saturday, 4/26 - 10.00 am Easton Federation Shabbat and Luncheon at BAS
Saturday, 5/10 - 10:30am Dr. Simcha Raphael - The Mystical View of Death
Upcoming Services & Get-Togethers

Evening Shabbat Service - 4/4, 4/18 & 4/25 - 7:30 pm.

Family Shabbat Service - 4/11 - 6:30 pm

Rosh Chodesh Women's Seder - 4/6 - 5:00 pm

Religious School - 4/6 & 4/27 - 9:15 am
Religious School Model Seder - 4/6 -11:15
Religious School Family Ed -B'nai Mitzvah class - 4/27
NO Religious School - 4/13 & 4/20

Torah Study - 4/8, 4/22 & 4/29 - 12:00 pm
No Class 4 -1

Introduction to Talmud - 4/8, 4/22 & 4/29 - 1:15 pm
No Class 4 -1

Game Night! - Sat/5th @ 6pm
Come & Play! Feel free to BYOG!

Judaism 101 - 4/2, 4/9, 4/23 & 4/30 - 10:00am

Board Meeting - 4/8 - 7:30 pm

TCP Book Club - 4/10 - 10:30 am

Koshering the TCP Kitchen for Passover- 4/10 - 12:30 pm
Come, Do & Learn!

2nd Night Congregational Seder - 4/15 - 6:30 pm

Knitting Group - 4/23 - 10:30 am

Rabbi Melody Speaking at Hadassah Meeting at Temple Beth El - 4/23 - 1:30 pm

Scout Shabbat - 4/25 - 7:30 pm
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts...all Scouts!

Easton Federation Shabbat at BAS - 4/26 - 10.00 am

From The Rabbi's Desk

Passover has always been my favorite holiday - and I am not alone. The Public Religion Research Institute asked: What is the most important Jewish holiday to you personally? Not surprisingly, Yom Kippur was cited first. Passover came in second.

When I think of the tzimmis* that one goes through to observe Passover, , I am of two minds: why would anyone want to go through the bother of the extra cleaning, the cooking and the shopping? It comes down to one word: connection.

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