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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. 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

Interfaith Community National Day of Prayer - 5/7 - 7:00 pm

Annual Congregational Meeting - 5/17 -
12:30 pm

Movie / Game Night - 5/2 - 6:00 pm

TCP Book Club - 5/14 - 10:30 am

Knitting Group Meeting - 5/20 - 10:30 am

Note: Rabbi will be on vacation the following dates:Saturday, May 9 through to Thursday, May 2O

May 1st - Federation Shabbat Dinner at 6:15pm (Please RSVP A.S.A.P!) Daniel Chejfec is the featured speaker.

May 2nd - Daniel Chejfec will be speaking at Brith Sholom

May 3rd - Religious School trip to Ellis Island

May 19th - Election Day Bake Sale

June 7th - Rummage Sale!
YOUR help is needed!
To run it, to stock it and to set it up.



 
Upcoming Services & Get-Togethers

CLASSES

NO Religious School - 5/3 - Ellis Island Trip
NO Religious School - 5/10 - Mothers Day

Religious School - 5/17 - 9:15 am - End of term picnic

Torah Study - 5/5 - 12:00 pm
NO Torah Class - 5/12, 5/19 & 5/26

Pirkei Avot - 5/5 - 1:15 pm
NO Pirkei Avot - 5/12, 5/19 & 5/26

Judaism 101 - 5/6 -10:00 am
NO Judaism 101 - 5/13, 5/20 & 5/27

SERVICES

Special Federation Evening Shabbat Service - 5/1 - 7:30 pm

Family Evening Shabbat Service - 5/8 -
6:30 pm - Led by our full Religious School

Evening Shabbat Service 5/15 - 7:30 pm

Rosh Chodesh Women's Shabbat Service Cassandra Mulligan's Welcoming Ceremony - 5/22 - 7:30 pm

Shavu'ot Service - 5/24 - 10:30 am Through the Artist's Lens. Yiskor.

Evening Shabbat Service - Led by Arielle Yacker - 5/29 - 7:30 pm


 

 

From The Rabbi's Desk

It's only a journey
across a very narrow bridge...
Craig Taubman

So it is with Life. It is a journey and we may think that we know where we are going and how we are getting there, but it's never quite that simple. There are twists, turns and unexpected events.

This month my family and I will be journeying to Florence, Italy to join our daughter Annelise for a week of exploration and learning. I have always dreamed of traveling internationally with our children and am thrilled to be doing so. Travel changes one in profound ways.

Passover is the commemoration of the Hebrew slaves leaving Egypt. Many scholars believe that only 20% of the Israelites actually came out of Egypt. Why would anyone choose to remain enslaved? Fear. They feared the unknown. They feared going into the desert with Moses only to die of thirst or face other catastrophic calamities. What is amazing is that some dared to dream of the possible, no matter how improbable.


Shavu'ot is the midpoint of the journey. We stood at the foot of Mount Sinai and were given the Torah; a book which informs our morals, ethics and character to this day.

Our Shavu'ot celebration this year will be centered around the art engendered by this seminal event in Jewish history. Heather Arak and Nathan Kanovsky will lead us through the paintings and sculpture of different eras which were engendered by the giving of the Torah. Dr. Kate Bullard will place the art in historical context. Please join us as we embark upon a new way of appreciating the Gift of Torah.

L'shalom u'vracha,
In peace and blessing,
Rabbi Melody

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