Welcome to Temple of the High Country

Schaefer Jewish Community Center

                                                                  

                            SHABBAT ONLINE SERVICES 2021
      Every Friday we conduct online services at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom
       Some services are in person - Please read schedule carefully
          Information will be emailed to our current group email list

                               Schedule of service leaders is below
  You can review this week’s portion at the Reform Judaism website:
                                      https://reformjudaism.org/  

                         Online Shabbat Prayer Books/Siddurs
Mishkan T'filah for Shabbat - Central Conference of American Rabbis

www.ccarnet.org or
https://www.ccarnet.org/publications/mishkan-tfilah-for-shabbat/

Weekly Shabbat Services, Programs & Events
Friday, June 18 at 6:00 p.m. - Blakely Lord Leads Kabbalat Shabbat Service
                                                     Parsha Chukat

Friday, June 25 at 6:00 p.m. - Rabbi Roberts Leads Kabbalat Shabbat Service
                                                     Parsha Balak, via Zoom & In-Person with
                                                     Restrictions Below
                     (Mask, Vaccine Cards if not shown prior, & 6' distancing)

Saturday, June 26 at 10:30 a.m. - Dedication and Grand Opening Ceremony for
                                                            Ruth & Stan Etkin Education Wing
via Zoom & In-person - Includes Tour and Brunch for In-person Vaccinated

Sunday, June 27 arrival 4:00 p.m.to 4:30 p.m. (No earlier please)
FAREWELL PARTY FOR RABBI ROBERTS!  (See emails for details)

Shacharit Service Most Thursday Mornings at  6:00 a.m.
Contact Chuck Lieberman for details (828) 964-2030
The service is brief and a wonderful way to start the day!
*Putting on tfillan is optional.

We look forward to your presence at  Shabbat Services!

Sisterhood Meeting Via Zoom & In-person (NO  Meeting in June)
             Sunday, JULY 18 at 1:00 pm 
             Welcome Back  & Getting to Know You Mtg!
             In-person & via Zoom from the comfort of your homes

Hebrew School &  Tanach Classes Online Via Zoom
            Contact Chuck Lieberman (828) 964-2030 for All Classes
            Tuesday, June 22 at 10:00 a.m. is the next Tanach Class
            Topic: "King David-Samuel 2"

            Hebrew lessons via Zoom, from beginner-level
 to the deeper nuances of prayerbook Hebrew, are 
 available by appointment with our very experienced teacher

ASU  Center for Judaic, Holocaust & Peace Studies
           Newsletter https://www.cjhpsnewsletter.com/  
           *Free registration required for below Zoom program. 
            Register at: https://holocaust.appstate.edu/   
            or call 828.262.2311

            The 19th International 2021 ASU Summer Symposium on,
           “Children in the Holocaust,”  is to be held virtually, July 18-23,
            for the first time in its nineteen year history.

            (Details will follow at a later date)

Board of Trustees Meeting Via Zoom
           Monday, June 21 at 7:00 p.m.

 

  Temple of the High Country
 Schaefer Jewish Community Center

1043 West King Street, Boone, NC 28607

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2895, Boone, NC 28607
828-266-9777
 templeofthehighcountry@gmail.com

Office Hours

       Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.   

  Click Here To Tour Our Temple!
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If  you are interested in the Czech Torah Scrolls taken during WWII, please go to the following website
Czech Memorial Scrolls Trust Web Page Further information can be seen on the website “Find Our Scrolls”  
Find Our Scrolls Web Page

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The Caring Committee

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. Please contact:
The Temple of the High Country-Schaefer Jewish Community Center

828-266-9777
templeofthehighcountry@gmail.com

*** Assistance will be provided if volunteers are available ***

  The next few months may prove to be difficult, and we want you to know that as a member of our community, you are not alone. 
You are never more than a phone call away from a friendly visit, phone call or provisions.

We are looking forward to seeing all of you again later this spring.
May you and your loved ones be blessed with good health!

                     Sisterhood Has a Well Stocked Gift Shop!

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  Please Call the Office First for Hours of Availability at 828-266-9777​​​​​​

RABBI STEPHEN ROBERTS
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 Chaplain DL
Chaplain Distance Learning Business

Dates Rabbi Roberts Will Be Leading Shabbat Services & Events in 2021   (5781)                           

Saturday, June 26 at 10:30 a.m. - Torah Study
                                      noon - Lunch & Learn

Sunday, June 27 at 4:00 p.m. - FAREWELL PARTY FOR RABBI ROBERTS!
                                 

Temple of the High Country Mission

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.