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Friends,

We hope that everyone has been safe and warm during this winter storm. Our building will reopen at 8:00 am on Wednesday, January 28,  and all regularly scheduled programming will resume. As of now, ECC will open at 9:00 am without delay.

If you have any questions, or if you need our assistance feel free to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .   

I hope that you will join us for one of our upcoming events,

Rabbi Michael S. Friedman

Friday, January 30 

8:00 pm

**There will be no 6:30 pm service**

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 We will welcome our neighboring congregations, Temple Shalom of Norwalk and Congregation B'nai Israel of Bridgeport, to celebrate Shabbat Shirah, the Sabbath of Song, combining our adult volunteer choirs for an evening that celebrates Jewish music.This year we also have the distinct honor to welcome guest conductor Cantor Leigh Korn from Temple Isaiah of Lafayette, CA

trip-to-israelJune 25- July 6th 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Join Rabbi Friedman and your fellow Temple Israel congregants as we visit Israel on the first congregational trip in 8 years. 

Click the registration link above to view the itinerary, trip details, and all other relevant information.  If you have any questions contact Bryan Bierman by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call (203) 227-1656

ECC LogoIn a caring and positive atmosphere, we create a warm and inviting place for preschoolers to learn. Social/emotional, physical, cognitive and creative skills are introduced through materials and learning experiences that are child-centered and teacher-framed. Work is planned that emphasizes "the process rather than the product", fostering a sense of accomplishment and pride. We reinforce the connection between your child and his/her Jewish heritage by integrating the unique traditions and values of the Jewish family into the curriculum.

Click here for more information or feel free to contact the Director, Rosalie Witt at (203) 227-1656 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


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A Shabbat experience ideal for all ages.

Friday, February 6

5:45 pm- Snacks

6:00 pm- Got Shabbat Service (with our RS Kindergarten and 1st Grade students)

7:30 pm- Dinner 

Click here to sign up for the Shabbat dinner

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Attention all 8th-12th graders!

What are you doing during your April vacation. Come spend it with TISY as we head to Atlanta, Georgia to do some community service!  

For more information about the trip click here

 

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