Be Happy! It’s Adar! Time for a Magical, Musical Purim Weekend
Friday, March 3 at 7:00 PM and Sunday, March 5 at 10:00 AM
Motzy and the Megillah
Another TBT Musical favorite, Moshe ben Bassat (“MOTZY’S MUSIC) returns to TBT to help us celebrate Purim. Costumes, singing dancing and revelry, encouraged for both adults and children. The Shabbat/Purim service on March 3 will feature the Purim story from the Book of Esther along with joyous music. Motzy returns on Sunday morning for more celebrating during Religious School, and the whole community is invited. Schedule for Sunday: 9-10 AM: Religious School classes 10-11 AM: Concert with Motzy 11 AM: Join us for a delicious lunch to celebrate the day followed by
Purim games for children.
Adults who are staying for lunch, please rsvp to email@example.com The musical weekend and Sunday’s lunch are being funded by the Tom Theriot Memorial Program Fund, in loving memory of Tom Theriot. Tom was a lover of Jewish music and Purim was one of his favorite holidays. His wife, Castine and his family established the fund so future generations will be able to enjoy Judaism in fun, dynamic and inspiring ways.
THE JEWISH NIGHT OF WHY
Live and In Person!
Saturday, February 11, 6:00 PM (or: Everything you wanted to know about Judaism, but were afraid to ask!) This popular program returns to TBT as an evening to gather together, share a meal, and learn from each other. Come prepared for questions that lead to more questions! Begins with a “potluck” dinner, followed by a Havdallah service to end Shabbat, and then we dive into the questions!
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and sign up to share your kosher-style food. (no pork, shellfish or meat and dairy in the same dish)
Yom Limmud—A Jewish Day of Learning
Sunday, February 19, 2023
Congregation Beth Israel, Houston
5600 North Braeswood
9 am-3 pm
We hope you can attend Yom Limmud 2023—a Jewish Day of Learning on February 19, 2023. This in person event is provided by the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston and will take place at Congregation Beth Israel. The theme is “OUT OF THE BOX.” The Federation hopes you will join for some exciting and innovative new programming!