Friday, April 26 at 6:30 pm
Reflections from the West Bank: Miriam T. Chilton, Vice President Union for Reform Judaism, will share her reflections from her recent visit to the West Bank. In addition to sharing stories of life in the West Bank from multiple perspectives, she will examine the question of how best to have conversations across lines of difference and the importance of personal narrative.
Join with us on Wednesday, May 1 at 7:00 pm at Union Congregational Church (176 Cooper Ave, Upper Montclair) for an interfaith Yom HaShoah service of Holocaust Remembrance. We'll hear testimony from a survivor and recite traditional prayers of those that perished. This event is sponsored by the Montclair Interfaith Clergy Association.
Tickets are now available for our Annual Art Show and Silent Auction Gala on Saturday evening, May 4 at Temple Ner Tamid. BIGGER and BETTER than ever!! Last year, we funded our amazing STEM program. Let's see what we can accomplish this year!
Purchase your tickets here.
We hope you will join us for the most exciting event of the year!
Thursday, May 9 at 7:00 pm
Join us for an evening of storytelling by those who have lived in Israel about their experiences. Hear funny, heartwarming, touching tales in honor of Israeli's independence day (Yom Ha'azmaut). Israeli food will be served.
Monthly support sessions led by Karen Frank, TNT Nurse, and Rabbi Marc Katz at Temple on the followingTuesday nights from 7:30-8:45 pm:
- April 16
- May 21
- June 18
Monday, May 6 at 7 pm
TNT and Bnai Keshet is sponsoring the award-winning Israeli film, "The Dive" at the Montclair Film Festival following by a discussion led by Rabbi Katz and Tepperman.
Thursday, May 9 at 7 pm
Join us for an evening of storytelling by those who have lived in Israel about their experiences. Hear funny, heartwarming, touching tales, in honor of Israeli's independence day (Yom Ha'azmaut). Israeli food will be served.
Rabbi Katz’s Kol Nidre sermon spoke about the need for Temple Ner Tamid to meet people at the most important moments in their life. Among those, we know that finding a job that is fulfilling and meaningful certainly fits the bill.
For this reason, we are launching a community-wide initiative that will help us to create the caring community that we all desire.
We are putting together a Temple Ner Tamid Career Exploration Bank that will link Temple Ner Tamid job seekers with those who are already working in their desired field for an informational interview about their work. Another purpose of the Bank is to provide a resource for children of TNT members who are exploring career paths and making important life decisions before, during and after their college years.
The “Bank” will live online and in a folder at Temple in the office. Here’s how it will work: Job seekers or career seekers of any sort (recent graduates, mid-career or later in career or even Hebrew high school students) will reach out to other TNT members who have indicated a willingness to make themselves available for an informational interview (phone or in person) and a career/job chat. It’s a 45-minute commitment each time you do it – and you can help a TNT community job seeker at a REALLY important time.
Step 1 is to build the bank of volunteers willing to talk with other TNT members about their line of work – or a former line of work. As a mentor, all you need is 45 minutes and a willingness to talk about your line of work in an informational interview.
Please let us know if you would be willing to take part and talk to interested job seekers.
Sign up today to be a mentor!
Rabbi Katz was the first to sign up. All potential future Rabbis, he wants to chat with you.
Will you join us in this effort to link members of our community and support them in a search for a meaningful career?
All are welcome at for Israeli Dancing on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Bnai Keshet, 99 S. Fullerton Avenue, Montclair. The cost is $10 per session.
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