Welcome to The Temple of the High Country
Temple of the High Country-Schaefer Jewish Community Center
1043 West King Street, Boone, NC 28607
Mailing Address - PO Box 2895, Boone, NC 28607
OFFICE HOURS- MON. 2pm-5pm, TUES. 9am-5pm, WED. 10am-1pm THURS. & FRI. 9am-1pm
SHABBAT SERVICES MAY 2017-5777
Friday, May 5, at 6:00 PM - ASU Hillel Students and Rabbi Roberts lead
Please bring a non-dairy/pareve side dish or dessert to share. Help is appreciated for set up beginning
at 5:30 pm and/or clean up after dinner. This will be the last Hillel led service until they return in
August. Please join us to wish them well in all of their endeavors!
Saturday, May 6, at 10:30 AM – Rabbi Roberts Leads with Dairy Potluck Lunch & Learn
Friday, May 12, at 7:00 PM
Friday, May 19, at 7:00 PM
Friday, May 26, at 7:00 PM
We look forward to seeing you at Shabbat services!
ISRAELI INDEPENDENCE DAY
Yom HaAtzma'ut - Sunday, APRIL 30 - 6:15 PM
Israeli Style Picnic - Please bring one of these items to share:
Chopped salad, cheeses, egg salad, hummus, olives, yogurt, fruit, tabouli , cous-cous salad, eggplant salad (baba ganoush) , herring, fresh bread or pita, desserts. ( no meat please )
Picnic to be followed by:
The film, Above and Beyond which documents the birth of the Israeli Air Force
Sunday, May 21, at 4 PM – Memorial Service for Nora Lourie Gund Percival
Our part-time professional spiritual leader is Rabbi Stephen Roberts, who is with us for Shabbat at various times throughout the year and for the High Holidays. He was ordained by Hebrew Union College in 1995. Rabbi Roberts lives in New York City most of the year, where he is also the Founder & President of ChaplainDL - Chaplain Distance Learning Business
Dates Rabbi Roberts will be leading services in 2017
April 7 & 9
May 5 & 6
June 2 & 3
July 7 & 8
July 21 & 22
August 4 & 5
August 18 & 19
September 8 & 9
September 20 & 21 - Rosh Hashanah
September 29 & 30 - Yom Kippur
October 6 & 7 (Sukkot & Columbus Day Weekend)
November 3 & 4
December 15 & 16 (Chanukah)
Our mission is to be a spiritual, educational, and social home for our Jewish community and to enhance the lives of our congregants and community at large. As we embrace our Jewish traditions, we are able to support one another through times of sadness and joy as well as further the Jewish vision of worldwide justice and peace.
The Caring Community
Do you know a member of the congregation who is ill, grieving, or has had a life cycle event occur? Please let us know.
The Caring committee is available to help our temple members in need.
We will provide occasional transportation to temple services and events and will assist ill members with grocery shopping and other small errands as needed.
Occasionally, we may make Shiva calls, hospital and home visits to those who are elderly or sick.
Since we are volunteers, we cannot provide these services on a regular basis, but if possible we will provide referrals to community agencies in the area as needed.
We are here to help you.
The Temple of the High Country 828-266-9777 or firstname.lastname@example.org
***Assistance will be provided if volunteers are available.***