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Getting Ready to Start a New Tractate of the Talmud

For well over fifteen years MKT has maintained a weekly Talmud class. In the time that I have been here we have tackled the tractate of Pesachim (all about Pesach), the 57 most important Sugyot(sections) in the Talmud, the Tractate Baba Metzia ( all about returning lost objects, trustees, borrowers and bailees) and Tractate Megillah (which dealt mostly with Purim and all of its rites and rituals). Well we are about to finish Megillah and we are going to start a whole new Tractate. If you have been on the fence about joining the class because you didn’t want to jump in while we were in the middle of a Tractate, now is the time to hop on the study train. Starting after Thanksgiving we will

Meet our newest members: the Boshes Fam!

Hi Midbar Kodesh Temple! We're the Boshes family – Brad, Sidra, and Becca. Brad is a CCSD teacher and has been in Las Vegas for 20+ years. Sidra has been here 12 years and is a genetic counselor with Sequenom Laboratories Our daughter, Becca (age 6) is in first grade at Clarence Piggott Academy of International Studies and attends the Midbar Kodesh Religious School. Please say "hi" when you see us!

Mazel Tov Emma Grisar!

Emma Rose Grisar, daughter of Midbar Kodesh Temple members Robyn and Marc Grisar, and sister to Kameron and Ethan, will be called to the Torah in December. She is the granddaughter of Elaine Horelick & Edwin Horelick of blessed memory, and Barbara & Terry Raben and Richard Grisar of blessed memory. Emma is a straight A student at a local performing arts middle school and is a member of the National Jr. Honor Society. She is a violist for the school's Chamber Orchestra. Emma, who loves music, has also been playing the piano for a number of years. She accompanied Midbar's Cantor Gale at a recent service. Emma was an active Kadimanik at Midbar Kodesh Temple and now participates in youth

Scholar-in-Residence and a year of mitzvot

We are excited that Midbar Kodesh Temple is announcing a Scholar-in-Residence Weekend featuring author and motivational speaker Linda Cohen. Linda will be at Midbar Kodesh Temple during the weekend of January 26-28. Among other programs, she will discuss her book 1,000 Mitzvahs: How Small Acts of Kindness Can Heal, Inspire, and Change Your Life. The book can be found for purchase from Amazon at http://a.co/4wZHGYb. We are looking for people interested in being on the committee to plan the event. We have our initial meeting on Sunday, November 19 at noon. This is a great opportunity to get involved at Midbar Kodesh Temple and do something positive for our community. If you or someone you know

Why I Support Jewish Nevada

Ever since I was a teenager I have been connected to the Jewish Federation organizations where I lived, no matter what name it went under. My first encounter with the Jewish Federation in Chicago was when I was 17 and wanted to go on USY Israel Pilgrimage. My parents had two day school tuitions and one college tuition at the time being paid for by my dad’s Chicago elementary school principal salary. Without the help of the Federation scholarship, I would not have been able to participate in that life changing and impactful program that probably put me on the path to where I am today. As a Jewish community, we have many needs, religious, educational, cultural, medical, social and more. Rat

Book club is back December 10th

Midbar Kodesh Temple's monthly book club, facilitated by Ileen Spoor, will explore "A Fifty-Year Silence" at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, December 10. The book is the deeply involving account of Miranda Richmond Mouillot's journey to find out what happened between her physician grandmother, and her grandfather, an interpreter at the Nuremberg Trials. In 1948, after surviving World War II by escaping Nazi-occupied France for refugee camps in Switzerland, Miranda's grandparents, Anna and Armand, bought an old stone house in a remote, picturesque village in the South of France. Five years later, Anna packed her bags and walked out on Armand, taking the typewriter and their children. Aside from one

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