Entries by tmatzek

March Food Drive

On behalf of the Women of Mount Zion Temple (WMZT), we invite you to help Mount Zion achieve our overall goal of raising $18,000 for Neighborhood House’s March Food Drive.  Neighborhood House was founded by Mount Zion in 1897 to assist Jewish … Continue reading »

Purim Sponsors Needed!

Yes! Glad you asked! In lieu of sponsoring a booth this year, please consider sponsoring: Scavenger Hunt Our Purim shpiel script Prizes Mishloach Manot for Seniors All funds go to our Kibud Morim Fund, to honor and support our Religious … Continue reading »

Mishloach Manot Exchange!

Mishloach manot are gifts of food that are sent to family, friends and others on Purim. How does it work? Sign up through Mount Zion: we’ll match you up with another member! Make or buy items such as cookies, candy, … Continue reading »

You Can’t Mask Hunger

Send Leket Israel e-Purim Cards and Support Israelis in Need “observe [the days of Purim] with…donations to the needy” (Esther 9:22). Leket Israel “rescues” surplus food and distributes it to 200 nonprofit organizations, which serve the food to approximately 175,000 … Continue reading »

A Message from the Clergy

Email sent to the congregation on January 7, 2021 Dear Friends, Yesterday’s chaos and insurrection ended, thank God, with calm and resilience in our nation’s Capitol Building. This morning there is reason to still be in shock, to mourn four … Continue reading »

Chanukah Buddy Program

Sign up by December 1 for our Chanukah Buddy Program! Mount Zion will match individuals/families. Then you can make or buy items such as crafts, baked goods, small trinkets, and deliver them in a safe way to help light up … Continue reading »

Message from our Tzedek Committee

Our committee is in the middle of the Tzedek Summer 2020 and have held more than 50 conversations with members of Mount Zion. We are all enjoying the formation of new relationships and the strengthening of old relationships. One of … Continue reading »

On-Call Shamishim

We are committed to helping you connect to online services. On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, if you need help troubleshooting any technology issues, we will have a team of “On-Call Shamashim,” people you can contact for help. Simply call … Continue reading »