Temple Chronicle - Temple B`nai Israel

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MARCH 2015 / VOLUME 15 ISSUE 2
Temple Chronicle
C O N G R E G AT I O N
FROM THE RABBI'S STUDY
RABBI BARRY BLOCK
Dear Friends:
“Be Happy; it’s Adar!”
Adar is the month that includes the
festive, even frivolous, holiday of
Purim.
This year, Purim will be particularly
meaningful at Congregation B’nai Israel, including our fabulous annual
events and more. Read inside for details! What’s special this year? When we
read from the Megillah, we will have the opportunity to read from an actual
Scroll of Esther, a real Megillah!
Last summer, when our congregant Beth Levi was cleaning out her parents’
home, after the death of her dear mother, she came across a scroll. Beth
knew that her grandfather had been a rabbi, but she didn’t know that he
had his very own Scroll of Esther, and that it had been passed down to
her parents. The scroll was in a canister that, to quote Beth, “had outlived
its purpose,” so Beth can be excused for not recognizing the gem that laid
inside.
Now, Beth, her husband Duff Campbell, and their children, Eva and Raphael,
have generously donated the Megillah of Esther to Congregation B’nai
Israel in memory of her parents, Aida and David Levi, of blessed memory.
Making the gift even more special and beautiful, Beth commissioned an
artist, Evi Sheffres, who was a friend of her parents, to make a magnificent,
decorative new container for the Megillah. I was honored to collaborate
with Evi and Beth, to suggest a color scheme and theme appropriate for
the holiday. Evi involved Sim Glantz, a woodworker, who constructed
a practical and aesthetically pleasing stand to hold the Megillah and its
container.
During our Megillah reading on March 8, at 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary, we
will take the opportunity to dedicate this Megillah to our congregation and
its future generations, in memory of Beth’s parents, with our gratitude to
Beth and her family for their generosity.
Beth is not, of course, the first to donate a sacred object to Congregation
B’nai Israel. Throughout our congregation’s 149 year history, generous
congregational families have dedicated Torah Scrolls, ritual objects, and
prayer books.
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Temple B'nai Israel Newsletter, Volume 15, Issue 2,
November 2014, published monthly by Temple B'nai Israel
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Worship
at a Glance
Friday, March 6
Union Prayer Book - Sinai Edition Service, led by Rabbi Block
Music: David Bauman
Sermon: “Lessons of the Broken Tablets”
Candles & Kiddush: Kirsta & Keith Nigro
Reader: Muriel Lederman
Oneg Sponsor: In honor of Mac Lyons
By: Dr. Lance Bogoslavsky
Saturday, March 7
Torah Study, led by Rabbi Block, at 9:30 a.m.
Shabbat Service at 11:00 a.m., led by Rabbi Block
Friday, March 13
Mishkan T’filah Service led by Rabbi Block
Music: Steve Bauman
Sermon: “Rebuilding the Temple in Jerusalem”
Candles & Kiddush: Gina & Charles Kokes
Reader: Karin & Ron Bara
Oneg Sponsor: Sisterhood
Saturday, March 14
Torah Study, led by Rabbi Block, at 9:30 a.m.
Shabbat Service at 11:00 a.m., led by Rabbi Block
Friday, March 20
Union Prayer Book – Sinai Edition Service led by Rabbi Block
Music: Jana Cohen
Sermon: “Sin and Sacrifice”
Reader: Luke Kramer
Oneg Sponsor: Sisterhood
Saturday, March 21
Torah Study, led by Rabbi Block, at 9:30 a.m.
Shabbat Services, led by Rabbi Block, at 11:00 a.m.
Friday, March 27
Mishkan T’filah Service, led by Rabbi Block
Music: Jeffrey Neuhauser and Russ Webb-Parish
Sermon: “How a Reform Jew Violates Passover”
Candles: Madelon Scallet
Kiddush: Brad Joseph
Reader: Julie Shindler
Oneg Sponsor: In Honor of Jeff Neuhauser’s Birthday
By: Terri Moore and Bud Neuhauser
continued on next page...
Rabbi / Worship
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VOLUME 15 ISSUE 2
FROM THE RABBI'S STUDY continued...
Gina Kokes has undertaken, with the partnership of Jim Pfeifer and
our Archives, a tremendous project to identify the source of our
most holy objects. Even better, Gina has worked with Ellyn Polsky to
devise and implement a curriculum to involve many of our Religious
School classes in a project-based learning unit to explore the sacred
symbols of Congregation B’nai Israel.
Needless to say, Gina has documented the Levi-Campbell family’s
donation of the Megillah for posterity!
Faithfully,
Rabbi Barry Block
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To Jonah Marion, son of Meg and Michael Marion,
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WORSHIP AT A GLANCE continued...
Saturday, March 28
Torah Study, led by Rabbi Block, at 9:30 a.m.
Services, led by Rabbi Block, at 11:00 a.m.
YAHRZEITS: MARCH 2015
MARCH 6
MARCH 20
William Back, Sr.
Ann W. Carb
Norm Dollinger
Felix Gans
Edward Leonard Gealt
Steven Gofforth
Sara Kempner Goodman
Sarah Ackerman Greenberg
Agnes Golden Hunter
Dorothy Krain
Rabbi Elijah Ezekiel Palnick
James J. Pfeifer
Abe S. Rosen
Arthur O. Sanders
Gertrude Paul Solomon
Samuel J. Spitzberg
Nathan Ehrlich Steppach, Sr.
Lewis Alexander Storthz
Eleanor Pfeifer Strauss
Louis Wolsey
Hortense Rudolph Back
Rose Balkin
Rosa Cohn
Herman Ehrenberg
Nathan H. Ehrlich
David G. Falk
Alfred Fendler
Joseph Earl Flowers
Joseph Geller
Rose Besser Gould
Nell Gray Greenbaum
Edna Kahn Kempner
Sophie Kempner
Harry Lasker, Sr.
Gus Ottenheimer
Edna L. Roberts
Israel Louis Safferstone
Lt.Col Eduard L. Scharff, Sr.
Pete Yoder
MARCH 13
Lena Koff Bresler
Sophie Cohn
Theodore R. Fox
Maurice J. Friedman
Dave Grundfest, Sr.
Jennie Hartman
Max Jacob Hasson
Daniel B. Kohn
Roland Joseph Lanoue
Rosa H. Lasker
Mervin L. Leibs
Audrey Miller Poritzky
S. Clifford Scholem
Alma Jacobs Scott
Lilyan Stern
Fanny Thalheimer
Nathan Borrok
Sylvia R. Friedman
Arnold S. Goodman
Al J. Goodman, Jr.
Virginia Harris
Carolyn W. Kramer
Aida Levi
Dan Levin
Elizabeth Levinson Levin
Helen Maisel Lewis
Abraham J. Louchhein
Olivia Lyons
Morris Marks
Ruby Siesel Pfeifer
Barbara Phillips
Ruth Rodell
Arthur D. Rosenthal
Edith Ottenrider Sachs
Tracye Altschul Strauss
August Simon Vogel
Etta Louchheim Wolf
Mathilde Zwirn
MARCH 27
MARCH 31
Charles H. Elias, Sr.
Leonard Frankenstein
Augusta Lasker
Gertrude Mossovitz Levin
Edith Pfeifer Loeb
Norman Riemer
Daniel Sanders
Ruby Smith
Judy Taliaferro
President's Message
THE TEMPLE CHRONICLE
VOLUME 15 ISSUE 2
MARCH 2015
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FROM THE PRESIDENT
And the Youth Shall See Visions
And the old shall dream dreams
And the Youth shall see visions
- Debbie Friedman
It has come to my attention in recent weeks that a number of folks have
questions about our Temple music, how is it chosen, where did it come
from and who wrote it. So if I may change hats for a moment I'd like
to try to answer some of these questions drawing from my experience
over the last 20 years and some research I have done.
When I was growing up here in the 1950s and 60s, our music was
offered in the style of most Reform congregations of the day, that which
we now refer to as Classical Reform. Music was almost always played on
an organ and performed by a soloist, sometimes with an accompanying
choir, usually unseen. In revisiting the old Union Hymnal with an assist
from my iPhone's Google Search, I was able to identify some pieces
composed by masters such as Mendelson (of Jewish ancestry), with
some "contemporary" lyrics by John Milton and John Quincy Adams
(not Jewish). Not surprisingly many of these hymns were composed
in major keys and sounded a lot like those of our Christian neighbors.
Following the birth of Reform Judaism in the latter half of the 19th
century, a number of composers began churning out pieces, many of
which were converted to English like Praise to the Living God (based
upon the traditional Yigdal), the Lord of All (Adon Olam), and How
Good It Is (Tov L'hodot but based upon an older Lewandowski melody
for L'cha Dodi). Other more prolific composers such as A. W. Binder
and S. Sobel wrote a great many tunes but they seem to have lacked the
staying power of those mentioned above and the works of Solomon
Sulzer (Shema and most of our Torah service). No one knows who
wrote God Is in His Holy Temple and it is believed that the venerable
version of Ein Keloheinu is an old German drinking song. Still these
are the melodies that many of us listened to in Temple with our folks
and they say "home" to us.
Enter the young: a whole generation of baby boomers reached their teens
and at their parents' insistence became involved in our Temple Youth
Group with its regional and national gatherings. There they became
involved with the music of their times which were not surprisingly songs
of protest and social action (The Hammer Song, We Shall Overcome,
Blowin' in the Wind). Still there was a lack of new and original music for
this genereation in their camps and in their worship. That is until a young
songleader from St. Paul, Debbie Friedman, stepped forward with her
debut album Sing Unto God in 1972. For nearly 40 years Debbie graced
us with dozens of new melodies in a folk-rock style that transformed our
worship and our song sessions. She was soon joined by others such as
Jeff Klepper, Doug Cotler and Julie Silver and a whole new calling, that
of the Jewish songleader and service leader had been born.
Fast forward now to the 1980s when Jana Cohen and Steve Bauman
first began to incorporate this more contemporary style of music into
our worship services. In the early 1990s they invited me to join them
and since then we have tried to keep up with what's out there that we
think the congregation would enjoy. It seems many, though not all,
seem to enjoy this newer style with its rhythm, its visibility and the
feeling of singing along with rather than being sung to. Many of these
newer songs employ a combination of Hebrew and English making
them both singable and educational. Furthermore, many use minor
keys giving the music a much more Jewish flavor.
Now fast forward one more time to the year 2000. Baby boomers
are now 50 and have kids who are of Temple Youth Group age. I
was attending my first Hava Nashira gathering for song leaders and
service leaders held in Oconomowac, WI. It was cold and rainy as
we registered and I sat down for a cup of soup next to a tall friendly
chap from Nashville. After introducing myself I asked who he was and
what he did. He said his name was Dan Nichols and that he was in a
Jewish rock band. I remember thinking to myself, "Yeah, right." Well,
he was right and now we have music from the likes of Dan, Rick Recht
and Josh Nelson to learn and play for our kids so that they can find
meaning in their worship and in living a Jewish life just as we all did.
Transitions such as these are never easy and must be undertaken
gradually and with great sensitivity and respect for those who came
before. At every URJ Biennial there are classes on how to introduce
new music to your congregation and I never miss them. I am confident
that if, we all listen to each other, and try to keep in mind where we
have come from and where we should be going that Congregation
B'nai Israel will continue to move forward, just as we have always done.
David Bauman
Coffee, Cake, and Conversation
Enjoy dessert and an informal schmooze with Rabbi Block,
Marianne Tettlebaum and other members of the Jewish community.
Everyone is welcome to join in conversations that address current
events and a variety of Jewish topics of interest to the participants.
This program is co-sponsored by Jewish Federation of Arkansas.
Tuesday, March 16 at 11:30 a. m. – 1:00 p. m.
at Woodland Heights, 8700 Riley Drive
"On being Jewish, Female, a Director of Shakespeare's Plays,
and an Arkansan. A conversation with Becky Scallet"
Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at 11:30 a. m. – 1:00 p. m.
Passover Holiday luncheon at the Temple
Holiday luncheons are sponsored by the Vogel Caring
& Sharing fund of Congregation B’nai Israel.
Altar Flowers
Friday, March 6, 2015
In honor of the Storrie Family Birthdays:
Muriel, Brian, Dave, Eliot, and Sarah
Friday, March 10, 2015
In memory of Dr. Arthur D. Rosenthal
By: Susan Rosenthal Kantrow and Family
Friday, March 20, 2015
In memory of Shara Adams
By: Emily Adams and Carmen Arick
Friday, March 27, 2015
Sisterhood
If you would like to sponsor the flowers and/or oneg for an upcoming
Shabbat, please call Laura Joseph or the Temple office.
Laura Joseph can be reached at 501-664-5442 or [email protected]
Purim
THE TEMPLE CHRONICLE
VOLUME 15 ISSUE 2
Purim is a holiday of reversals. Haman
casts lots (purim) to pick a time to
annihilate the Jews only to find himself
eliminated. A quiet congregant with the
right amount of wine transforms into
a merry Persian King at a party. Even
a cherished object can find its status
changed, our recently donated Megillat
Esther, moved from a worn metal
holder into a beautiful enameled work
of art.
Last summer, Beth Levi and her family presented the congregation
with a Megillat Esther she found among her parents’ possessions after
they had passed away. Beth believes the Megillah was a bar mitzvah
gift to her father from her grandfather, Rabbi Eliezer Levi. Although
the utilitarian case served Rabbi Levi well as he traveled the Pacific
during World War II and served various congregations throughout
this country, Beth wanted the Megillah to rest in a more attractive case
since it’s a gift to our Temple in honor of her parents—Aida and David.
After consulting with Rabbi Block about the style of the holder, Beth
turned to longtime friend of the family and enamel artist, Evelyn
“Evi” Sheffres, and Evi’s cousin, Seymour “Simi” Glantz, a wood and
metal sculptor, to work on the project. (Pictured above)
MARCH 2015
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“It was a very challenging piece to create,”
Evi explained. “Enamel doesn’t like to
be shaped into a ring” and breaks easily.
In addition, the weight of the material
required her to design custom equipment
to handle the container. Although Evi felt
the festive colors proposed by Rabbi Block
were perfect—purple, yellow and green—
the particular shade of purple used on the
case was new to the artist and she experimented with the color till she
achieved the perfect hue. Simi also faced his own project challenges—
creating a tight inner liner for the case that didn’t damage the scroll.
He also designed the wooden holder and inscribed it with the family
name—Levi.
“I loved Beth’s parents and I love Beth,”
said Evi, "so all the research, sketching and
collaboration were completed with joy." "It
was like destiny," Evi remarked, "the Temple
needed a scroll, Beth discovered the right
scroll and Simi and I had the skills to fashion
a piece of art to remain with the Temple for
many generations to come."
(Written by Gina Kokes)
TODAH RABAH!
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Invited.
Shabbat Kids Club is our preschool - grade 2 family program that
meets on Friday nights throughout the year. Individual families step
up to "host" one Shabbat evening in the Teen Lounge area. We are
most grateful to Susan Clark and Matthew Lopas for hosting on
February 20th. A "shout out" to Rabbi Block too, for performing
his always entertaining Worst Ever Puppet Show. The next Shabbat
Kids Club will meet on Friday, March 20 at 5:30. Would you like to
host? Contact Ellyn.
We are grateful to Amanda Ferguson and her crew of parents who
ensure that there is a Religious School bagel breakfast each Sunday.
Todah Rabah!!
And, thank you to Marianne Tettlebaum and Dorian Stuber for
their efforts in facilitating the Zelig Schmoozerama Pot-Luck
dinner event on February 28. We are fortunate that they share their
teaching talents so generously.
2015 LaFTY
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Come in your favorite costume and
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Sunday, March 8, 2015
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Sunday School and the Megillah reading
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Announcements
Announcements
Temple Funds
MAZEL
MAZEL TOV
TOV
PARTY
PARTY PALOOZA
PALOOZA UPDATE
UPDATE
EUGENE H. LEVY, Rabbi
EUGENE
H.
LEVY,
Rabbi
SHERI SIMON, Educator/Administrator
EUGENE
H.
LEVY,
Rabbi
SHERI
SIMON,
Educator/Administrator
EUGENE
H.
LEVY,
Rabbi
EUGENE
H.
LEVY,
Rabbi
H.
LEVY,
Rabbi
DAVID BAUMAN,
BAUMAN, President
President EUGENE
SHERI SIMON,
SIMON,
Educator/Administra
DAVID
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Educator/Administra
SHERI
SIMON, Educator/Administra
Educator/Administra
SHERI
SIMON,
KENNON GOLDSHOLL,
GOLDSHOLL, Executive
Executive
V.P.
DAVID
BAUMAN,
President
KENNON
V.P.
DAVID
BAUMAN,
President
DAVID
BAUMAN,
President
DAVID
BAUMAN,
President
JACK GRUNDFEST, Admn. V.P.
KENNON
GOLDSHOLL,
Executive
JACK
GRUNDFEST,
Admn.
V.P.
KENNON
GOLDSHOLL,
Executive
KENNON
GOLDSHOLL,
Executive
KENNON
GOLDSHOLL,
Executive
MAC LYONS, Treasurer
JACK
GRUNDFEST,
Admn.
V.P.
MAC
LYONS,
Treasurer
JACK
GRUNDFEST,
Admn.
V.P.
JACK
GRUNDFEST,
Admn.
V.P.
JACK
GRUNDFEST,
Admn.
V.P.
JO LAWTON, Secretary
MAC
LYONS,
Treasurer
JO
LAWTON,
Secretary
MAC
LYONS,
Treasurer
MAC
LYONS,
Treasurer
MAC
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Treasurer
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LAWTON,
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IN MEMORY
OF:
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Sisterhood & Men’s Club Membership
March 2015
We invite you to join (or rejoin) Sisterhood and/or Men’s Club. Membership is a great way for
every Temple member to be involved, make new friends, and support the diverse range of Temple
activities and programs we sponsor for all ages and interests, including (but not limited to):
 Life Long Learning Program
 Shabbat Onegs and Bimah Flowers
 Grants to Support Temple Activities
 Rosh Hashanah Eve Reception
 LAFTY and Jewish Youth Events
 Sisterhood Judaica Shop
 Yom Kippur Break-the-Fast
 Temple Kitchen Maintenance
 Sisterhood Shabbat and Heschel Shabbat
 Miscellaneous Programming
 Miriam’s Seder
 Temple Passover Seder
 Youth Scholarships
 Men’s Club Service
 Major Benefactors for Temple Needs
For more information, contact:
Marilyn Sorrells, Sisterhood President, 551-4247, [email protected]
Glenn Block, Men’s Club President, 951-1074, [email protected]
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CONGREGATIONAL
PASSOVER SEDER ON THE FIRST
NIGHT THIS YEAR!
Friday, April 3, 2015, 6:30 p.m.
(Following abbreviated Shabbat Service at 6:00 p.m.)
“Let all who are hungry come and eat.”
ADULT MEMBER - $32 | CHILDREN UNDER 12 - $12 | NON MEMBERS - $38
Since this is a catered event, we require reservations and payment to be made by
Friday, April 3, 2015. Please let us know if you need a vegetarian meal.
If the cost would prevent you from attending,
please contact Rabbi Block, 225-9700 or [email protected]
CONGREGATION B’NAI ISRAEL
Currently, planned programs are:
• Miriam’s Seder, March 26, 2015 (Sharon Hendrix, Chair)
• Flower arranging workshop with Richard Estelita on a Sunday
in March
• Weekend Theater’s “Karski’s Message” written by Phil McMath,
April 9, 2015 (a special showing for Sisterhood with Passover treats)
• Heschel Shabbat, June 5
Please remember that it is never too late to host an Oneg for Friday
night services or sponsor the Friday night bimah flowers. You may
contact the office for more details or look on the Sisterhood tab on
the Temple website.
More to come after we hold our semi-annual Sisterhood meeting on
March 1, 2015.
Shalom,
MEN'S SEDER
Thursday April 9th • 6:00 p.m.
Copelands Resturant
2602 S. Shackleford Rd.
Cost: $36.00
Please join us for this festive celebration.
To make your reservation send check
(payable to Temple Men's Club) to Temple.
Please indicate your choice of entree:
Beef, Chicken, Fish or Vegetarian
Reservation deadline is Monday April 6th
Contact Glenn Block at 501-951-1074 or 501-663-8388
Unique Seder & Matzah Plates
Passover Hagaddahs
Marilyn Sorrells
Miriam’s Seder
Thursday, March 26 • 6:00 – 8:00 p. m.
The Seder follows a special Haggadah called The Journey Continues,
which enriches and renews Judaism by exposing the voices and
experiences of women in our past. By recognizing them. We reclaim
women’s participation in Jewish history. The Seder will feature our
four Matriarchs. Everyone is invited. RSVP to the office.
Judaica Shop
Open Sundays during Religious School 10:00 - 12:00
Weekdays by appointment, call Bonnie 247-4050
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