This week’s Parsha- Passover

At the congregational meeting on April 10, Yizak Meir Sabo was elected as the next Rabbi for Tiferet Israel Congregation. Rabbi Sabo is well known to the Dallas Jewish community both as an educator at Akiba Yavneh Academy and through his Torah study group as well as other activities at Tiferet. He is a dedicated Torah scholar, an exciting teacher, and a dynamic community leader. We feel his love for all Jews and things Jewish will make him a great Rabbi for our congregation. We are very excited to have him and his family leading our congregation. Details regarding his starting date will be provided soon.


Knot Night at Tiferet Israel
New Place- New Time!

Join us Wednesday, July 6th at 4 pm in person in the Multipurpose Room AND via Zoom!
Bring your knitting, crochet, macrame, embroidery, or any other handicraft and socialize- BYOB and Yarn!


Book Club- Tuesday, July 12 at 4:00pm

Enchantress by Maggie Anton

Fantastic tales of demons and the Evil Eye, magical incantations, and powerful attractions abound in Enchantress, a novel that weaves together Talmudic lore, ancient Jewish magic, and a timeless love story set in fourth-century Babylonia.  
 
One of the most powerful practitioner of these mysterious arts is Rav Hisda’s daughter, whose innate awareness allows her to possess the skills men lack. With her husband, Rava—whose arcane knowledge of the secret Torah enables him to create a “man” out of earth and to resurrect another rabbi from death—the two brave an evil sorceress, Ashmedai the Demon King, and even the Angel of Death in their quest to safeguard their people, even while putting their romance at risk. 

The author of the acclaimed Rashi’s Daughters series and the award-winning Rav Hisda’s Daughter: Apprentice has conjured literary magic in the land where “abracadabra” originated. Based on five years of research and populated with characters from the Talmud, Enchantress brings a pivotal era of Jewish and Christian history to life from the perspective of a courageous and passionate woman.


July Mitzvah of the Month

Items Needed Include:

50 sheet count Construction Paper 9×12Glue Sticks and Bottles
50 sheet count Manila Paper 9×12Pens- Blue, Black, and Red
Notebook PaperScissors- 5 inch blunt and sharp tip
1 Subject Spiral notebookPlaydoh- 4 Tubs in a Box
3 Subject Spiral notebookPencil Sharpeners
Composition notebookErasers- Pencil Caps and Large Pink
50 or 100 pack Graph paperPlastic Compass
3×5 ruled Index cardsPlastic Protractor
Index cards – 4×6 ruledHandheld Calculator
Lined Writing tabletsRulers- Plastic or Wood
Assorted FoldersBox of Baggies, sealable- Quart & Gallon
Tab dividers- Pack of 5 for 3 Ring BinderBox of tissue (kleenix)- 150 count or more
Crayons- Box of 8 and Box of 24Personal Sized Wet wipes
Water colors – Box of 8 ctPersonal Sized Hand sanitizer
Markers – Washable 8 or 10 count2” 3-ring binder
Colored pencils (map)- 12 countBack-packs for All Ages
HighlightersBack-packs
Supply/Pencil box- Plastic or CardboardFlash Drive/USB 4gb
Pencil pouch- Plastic or Soft FabricPost It note pads 2×2

A donation box will be available outside the chapel. Thank you, Gina, for coordinating this mitzvah!


Tiferet Women’s Torah Study Group

Thursdays – 7pm to 8pm

Open to our Tiferet women members & invited guests

Each week on our own, we read the current Torah portion, explore commentary and insights, then come together to discuss and share what we’ve learned.  We open the discussion with an overview of the Torah portion and then others are given the opportunity to share, ask questions, and discuss specific topics.  By design, the format of this group allows women of all ages and levels of Torah study to come in and out as they can to participate, lead, or simply listen.

This current format of our meeting is on Zoom and a link is sent to those who RSVP or request to be placed on the Torah Study Group email list.


Morning Minyan is currently being held on Sundays at 8:00 AM and Tuesday and Friday Mornings at 7:00 AM, at Tiferet Israel. Please observe social distancing and health safety rules posted throughout the building. Learn more here…


Tiferet Israel follows CDC guidelines and will post mask requirements based on CDC risk level.  Signage will be posted upon entry – mask required or not required.