An inclusive Reform Jewish Congregation in Binghamton, NY
We are a community of warmth and awareness where every individual matters. From singles and families, LGBTQ or straight, near or far, Jews by birth or by choice, our members come from diverse backgrounds and work in conjunction with one another to make this amazing community.
Our Shabbat and holiday worship services are open to all, in person or online. There is never a formal dress code or fee required to attend.
Wednesday, May 3
10:30 TC Book Club presents People Love Dead Jews: Reports from a Haunted Present
by Dara Horn
Please join us in person or on Zoom whether or not you have read the book.
For information about The Morning Book Club at Temple Concord, contact Merri Pell-Preus at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our book club meetings are held in the Temple Concord library and on Zoom.
To join via Zoom: https://bit.ly/3CXVd9b Meeting ID 881 6469 4206 Passcode 653272
Counting the Omer
"The seven weeks of counting the Omer spans the 49 days between the second day of Passover and the beginning of Shavuot. Thus, S'firat HaOmer links the Exodus from Egypt with the giving of the Torah at Sinai. Jewish mystics expanded upon this historical bond, seeing the period as joining the Jewish people's physical (Pesach) and spiritual (Shavuot) redemption."
Rabbi Daniel B. Syme
12:00 pm Counting the Omer - An Exploration of the Jewish People's Transformation
Studying Our Sacred Texts While Counting Our Days: An In-Depth Exploration of Nevi’im and K’tuvim During the Time of the Omer on Zoom
Session 2: The Books of Ezra & Nehemiah
Join 14 Rabbis from across the country as we learn about seven different books from Prophets and Writings over seven weeks.
Attend one session or all by signing up for this series at www.tinyurl.com/OmerStudy
Wednesday, April 19
Volunteers Needed for our Rummage Sales!
Sisterhood Rummage Sale is seeking volunteers for our monthly rummage sales. Responsibilities include either opening the Oak Street door to shoppers, or tallying purchases and accepting payment at the cash register. No heavy lifting is required.
Volunteer with a buddy and enjoy a nice meal together in downtown Bing before or after your shift!
Please text or voicemail Ani Loew at (607) 761-3122 if you are available to help out on any of the dates below:
May 7: 10-12 shift, 12-2 shift
June 4: 10-12 shift, 12-2 shift
Join us in person or online
You can participate in our weekly Shabbat services, holiday services, and adult learning events in person or remotely via Zoom or Facebook live.
Zoom links found on our calendar.
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM: Shabbat Services
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM: Shabbat School
9:15 AM - 10:30 AM: Torah Study
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM: Shabbat Family Services
7:00 PM: Havdalah - 2nd Saturday of month
TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS:
4:15 PM and 5:15 PM: Hebrew School