This week’s Parsha- Miketz

Tiferet Israel Seeks New Rabbi

Tiferet Israel has begun the search for a new Rabbi. The successful candidate will provide the Congregation with leadership to re-energize and grow our synagogue. We are looking for a self-starter who can “think outside-of-the box” and aspires to lead a dynamic shul in partnership with our Officers, Board of Directors, and members. Perhaps more importantly, we are looking for a Rabbi with a commitment to Orthodoxy who has a love not only of Torah but of all Jews no matter their level of observance. We need a Rabbi who can understand the needs of our current membership, one who can draw in and educate members of the Dallas community who have not grown-up Orthodox but are seeking inspiration, spirituality, and Torah along with those who have always lived an Orthodox life.

This Week’s Torah Reader

Shabbos Miketz
Rabbi Meir Sabo

This will be a mechitza service

November Book Club– Rescheduled

Tuesday, December 14
4 pm via Zoom

Jacobo’s Rainbow is a historical literary novel set primarily in the nineteen sixties during the convulsive period of the student protest movements and the Vietnam War. It focuses on the issue of being an outsider. Written from a Jewish perspective, it speaks to universal truths that affect us all.

On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of a transformative event in Jacobo’s life, the day he is sent to jail, he writes about what happened behind the scenes of the Free Speech Movement which provides the backdrop for a riveting story centered on his emergence into a world he never could have imagined. His recording of those earlier events is the proximate cause of his being arrested. Jacobo is allowed to leave jail under the condition of being drafted, engages in gruesome fighting in Vietnam, and returns to continue his work of chronicling America in the throes of significant societal changes.

Jacobo’s Rainbow is a story of triumph over adversity (hypocrisy, loss, lies, murder, concealment, prejudice) that is told with vivid descriptions, perceptive insights, humor, and sensitivity, which enables the reader to identify with the characters who come to life in a realistic fashion to illustrate who we are, how we behave, and what causes us to change.

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