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Upcoming Programs

Congregational Break Fast
September 30  I  Following Services  I  Upper Social Hall  I  No Charge
Join your Tifereth Israel congregational family for a traditional dairy meal following the conclusion of Yom Kippur services. Everyone is welcome and there is no charge for this event. To ensure enough food for all, please RSVP by Monday, September 25, to or online at

Lulav & Etrog Orders
Order Deadline: September 25  I  $50/set  I   Joy
Celebrate Sukkot with your very own lulav and etrog to shake. To order, send a check to the synagogue office or contact Joy with your payment information. We will notify you by email when your order is ready to be picked up. Any lulavim and etrogim that are not picked up will be stored in the kitchen walk-in cooler.

Sip and Schmooze
Ongoing Thursdays  I  8:45 am  I  Information: Joy
Take some time on Thursday mornings to sip your favorite drink and schmooze with Rabbi Ungar and other great company at the Starbucks on Main in Bexley from 8:45 to 9:45 am. 

Sukkah Building & Tailgate Party
October 1  I  9:30 am  I  $5 donation  I  RSVP: Doug
Join the Men's Club in assembling our sukkah and stay for a Bengals-Browns tailgate party, starting at 12:30 pm, with grilled hot dogs, chips, and beverages. Those who want to join us just for the tailgate and game are welcome! 

So A Rabbi Walks Into A Sukkah. . .
October 4  I  6:30 pm  I  Tifereth Israel Sukkah  I  Joy
Have a snack and a drink with Rabbi Braver and your friends from Tifereth Israel at this special Sukkot edition of So A Rabbi Walks Into A Bar. . .

Pizza in the Hut
October 8  I  10:00 am to 12:30 pm  I  Tifereth Israel  I  RSVP
Religious school students are invited to join Men’s Club for a slice of pizza and the opportunity to shake the lulav and etrog.

BREAD Listening Session in the Sukkah
October 8  I  1:00 pm  I  Tifereth Israel  I  RSVP: Cathy
Join us for a light lunch and be part of the conversation that will shape BREAD’s agenda for the year. A 50-congregation social action network, BREAD seeks to create social justice by influencing policy making on the city and state level. For more information, contact Cathy Levine at

Steak, Salmon & Scotch in the Sukkah
October 10  I  6:00 pm  I  Tifereth Israel  I  RSVP: Doug
Come for the good food, good spirits, good company. Dinner includes a delicious grilled steak or piece of salmon - at least 12 oz. - and the opportunity to sample a variety of Scotch and other whisky. $40/person by September 26. $45/person by October 4.

Fri, September 22 2017 2 Tishrei 5778