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South Shore Habitat for Humanity Build Day

The CHAI South Area Social Action Collaboration is excited to announce that we are building for South Shore Habitat for Humanity on Sun. Nov. 6, 2016, in Stoughton. We do not yet know what our tasks will be.

  • The maximum crew size is 10, but we can have up to 20 and do split shifts.
  • Full shift is 7:45AM - 3:45PM.
  • Splits are 7:45-12:30, and 12-3:45, with overlapping lunch, as the fellowship at lunch is part of the experience.  (Lunch is brown-bag.)
  • The receiving family often stops by at lunch.

To register, follow this link: http://chai.southshorehabitat.volunteerhub.com/
If you wish to work the full day, simply sign up for both AM and PM shifts.

For any questions, please contact Debby Stein Sharpe at debby@steinsharpe.com or 781-828-8291.

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International Food Festival | Saturday, November 5th, at 7:00pm

  • Sample dozens of delectable dishes from around the world
  • More than a full corse meal!
  • Entertainment!
  • Bring friends!
  • Bring your own beverage of choice.
  • $15 per person
    Reservation form is due Wednesday, Nov. 2nd | Payment will not be permitted at the door.
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Sh'mini Atzeret & Simchat Torah

Monday, October 24 
7:00 p.m. Yizkor
7:30 p.m. Erev Simchat Torah

Auf Ruf

The congregation is warmly invited to join our family, on Friday, October 28th, at 7:30 PM, to share in our joy as our daughter Alanah and her fiance Adam Sherman celebrate their Auf Ruf in honor of their upcoming marriage. Please join us for oneg following services.

Annette and Steven Grossman

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The mission at Temple Beth David of the South Shore is to provide opportunities for spiritual expression and growth, education, and to promote a strong sense of community. 

Temple Beth David of the South Shore is a Reform Jewish congregation founded in 1960. Our members come from Canton, Milton, Randolph, Stoughton and surrounding South Shore Boston communities. We are a diverse group of people from a variety of traditional and non-traditional backgrounds, with a great respect for traditional observances. Jews-by-choice, non-Jewish spouses, gays and lesbians will find a welcoming environment at Temple Beth David.