Over the last few years, Mount Zion has undertaken several measures in an effort to become a greener and a more environment-friendly congregation. Some examples of our efforts: as of June 2011 all office paper is recycled old stationery has … Continue reading »
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Has your high school student graduated? Do you have a student away from home on a gap-year program? Do you have a child or grandchild in college? We want to stay in touch! Please e-mail the temple office with current … Continue reading »
Join Mount Zion congregant Phil Goldman and others on “A Random Walk with Rashi” every Wednesday on TCJewfolk. Put down that iPad and break out your I Yad. Here’s just a small sample of his work: It’s not every day … Continue reading »
Rabbi Spilker gave testimony the senate of the state of Minnesota regarding the possibility of a consitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. Below is a brief excerpt. Chairman Limmer, members of the committee, thank you for this opportunity to testify … Continue reading »
There are many ways to help with the Family Shelter, but a very important one is to donate items that are needed by our guests. You can make a difference! Please consider donating an item! Gently Used (CLEAN!) or New … Continue reading »
Purchase Amy’s Book at the Mount Zion Temple Office! This captivating book is about two Jewish girls who become friends across time when modern-day Hannah suddenly appears in her own Saint Paul yard . . . in 1912. Thirteen-year-old Abigail … Continue reading »
Before engaging in the holy act of tikkun olam, repair of the world, in deeds large and small, it is appropriate to say a blessing. Baruch ata Adonai, Elohei-nu me-lech ha-olam, asher kid-shanu b’mitz-votav v’tzi-vanu leer-dof tzedek. Praised are You, … Continue reading »
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