Do your next great mitzvah in the African Diaspora! You are invited to join Cantor Rachel Stock Spilker and experienced guide Joanne Trangle of Kuchanga Travel in December 2012 to work with Uganda’s small but thriving indigenous Jewish community, the … Continue reading »
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13 Day Tour of Israel Tour of Israel June 28-July 10, 2012 Led by Rabbi Spilker Read more about Mount Zion’s 2012 Summer Trip to Israel
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 »
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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