Special Congregational Meeting to Introduce Rabbi Michal Loving – please note time change

On Sunday February 22, 2015 at 11am there will be a special congregational meeting held at Temple Beth Orr.  At this meeting the Board of Trustees will recommend that Rabbi Michal Loving be approved to serve as Temple Beth Orr’s Rabbi beginning July 1, 2015.  The Board and the Rabbi Search Committee are very excited to present this Rabbi.  She exudes warmth, compassion and energy.  Her love for Judaism, community and connection are contagious.  A copy of the letter introducing Rabbi Loving and announcing the special meeting is shown below.

Michelle RossSpecial Congregational Meeting to Introduce Rabbi Michal Loving – please note time change
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Holy Grounds!

Welcome to Holy Grounds – where everybody knows your name…or wants to!

Like it hot? Stop by the newest, hottest complimentary coffee bar in Coral Springs.

Join us often, relax in our coffee lounge, hang out with friends.

Holy Grounds is located at Temple Beth Orr in the Hall of Honors and is

Open most days and by request!

Come in, schmooze, relax and breathe…..

 

 

Michelle RossHoly Grounds!
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Elvis Rocked the House

Temple Beth Orr invited the Beach Boys and Elvis to dinner Saturday night and enjoyed a night of music, dancing, dinner and a lot of fun!

 

Michelle RossElvis Rocked the House
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Temple Beth Orr Religious School Partners with Israeli School

ECO CONNECTION

It is our pleasure to announce that the 5th grade Religious School class will be participating in a new and exciting program called “Eco Connection” beginning January, 2015.  This program connects the students of Temple Beth Orr to the largest network of schools throughout the globe, which provides joint studies regarding the environment and our Jewish heritage.  The Eco Connection will enable our school to develop a long-term relationship with a partnered Israeli school.

The educational programs enhance the students’ understanding of environmental concerns, utilizing primary sources, innovative media and practical educational tools.  The partnered schools come together on topics of common concern and interest.

The curriculum takes place over a 3 year span with the first year including;

  • Comparing Ecological Footprints with the students in Israel and around the world.
  • Tree Planting
  • Israeli Clean Tech innovations and alternative energy.
  • Eco craft activities
  • Video conference to learn from local environmental experiences

To further inquire about this program or the Temple Beth Orr Avi and Alison Rosenberg Religious School, please contact Ruth Schreiber-Greene at 954-753-3232 or relschladmin@templebethorr.org

“As my parents planted for me, so am I planting for my children”

Michelle RossTemple Beth Orr Religious School Partners with Israeli School
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