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Tile-Making Workshop at the shul Sunday August 1

Join us Sunday Morning for a creative and fun experience related to the new sanctuary mosaic! On Sunday, August 1, 2021,  Kadimah-Toras Moshe will be hosting a clay tile making workshop in the social hall and  (weather permitting) in the sukkah as part of the mosaic project. Congregants are invited to participate in making an original handmade small tile from clay. You can participate as individuals, teams or families. The artists and the KTM design committee in consultation with the rabbi will review the work that is created and select some tiles to be embedded into the final mosaic. Once the selection process is done, the artists will glaze and fire the tiles according to final design plans.  

It is important to note that only some of the tiles can be used, but everyone can share in the process of creating, enjoying each other's company, and getting a peek into the artistic process. All materials will be supplied by the artists - just bring yourself and your creativity. You will have about one half hour to work on your tile. 

RSVP: Sign up for shifts here.

And Please let us know if you will stay for a clean up shift. Thank you.

We are now in our new building!

101 Washington Street is our new address and we are operational

(as much as the pandemic allows)

in our new space.

 

We hope you had a chance to Join Us
At Kadimah Toras-Moshe's video introduction to our new building
 July 21st
 
 
The recording will be available here soon

 
 

 Regarding Covid-19 restrictions. Currently we are not requiring registration for minyanim. Masks are optional for vaccinated individuals.

Please do not attend if you are ill or have reason to fear you have a Covid infection.

 

Support the Kadimah Fund

We have a wonderful opportunity to build a fund for the future around our new building. Please respond generously and watch as we put the pieces into the puzzle in our foyer.  Please make sure you are signed in and then click to Make a pledge to the Kadimah Fund.

building portrait by Eli Portman

KTM accepted to the Ruderman Synagogue Inclusion Project

With pride, we can announce our participation in this important initiative. We have committed ourselves to increase our accessibility to all segments of our community. We now have an accessibility committee, headed by Juliette Landesman to hear and respond to concerns about barriers to participation. You will see this logo displayed on our website and our bulletin:

 

With appreciation to Juliette Landesman, Robert Housman, Rabbi Strauss, Jen Gordon and Steffi Burke who worked on applying for this program.

 

Now is the time to join KTM or renew your membership

Now is the time to join KTM or renew your membership!

Current members, click here to pay your annual membership dues directly.

Prospective members, click here to apply for membership.  


 

Sisterhood membership

We would also like to ask our members to contribute to the Sisterhood Fund by paying their Annual Sisterhood Membership fee.

Check your mailbox or click here to learn more about the achievements of our active Sisterhood and pay your membership fee.


 

Rabbi Abraham Halbfinger Memorial Book

7 Tishrei marked the eighth yahrzeit of Rabbi Abraham Halbfinger zt"l. 

A book was published in his memory consisting of divrei torah from many of the now grown men and women who attended Kadimah-Toras Moshe in their youth, words of tribute from community leaders, and words of comfort from the Halbfinger family.

If you are interested in having a copy, please contact Rabbi Benjamin Houben (617) 903-3218 in the Boston area or Rabbi Jonathan Krimsky, if you are out of town.

There is a suggested donation of $18 for the volume.  All proceeds go to the Rabbi Abraham Halbfinger Memorial Fund (information about the fund is included in the book).


 

Thu, August 5 2021 27 Av 5781