April 23, 2014   23 Nisan 5774
Temple Solel, Bowie, MD
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        Temple Solel is a welcoming Reform Jewish congregation serving Prince Georges, Anne Arundel, and Calvert counties as well as communities on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Click here for "50 Years of Memories"-- the presentation from the 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner/Dance.
       

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    With so many events to choose from, you're sure to find something at Temple Solel! Most details can be found in Temple Topics or below in our Upcoming Events or by visiting our calendar.
     
  • May dining out on Monday, May 19th at The Nautilus Diner in Crofton. Give the flyer to your server and 15% of your check will be donated to Temple Solel.
  • Join our Annual Golf Tournament on June 1.   Click here for the reservation form.
  • Click here to order your tickets online for 2013-14 events. Click here to download the mail-in form for 2013-14 shows.
  • Read Rabbi Weisman's blog.
  • The Vacation Stop will donate 50% of their commission to Temple Solel when you use them as your Travel Agent.
  • Help support the Solar Cooker Project.  Go to www.templesolelmd.org/socialaction for details.
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Upcoming Events  
April 2014
04/25 -  NFTY-MAR Spring
04/25 -  Family Services - 7:30 PM (7:30 PM)
Yom HaMoreh
04/26 -  NFTY-MAR Spring
04/26 -  Torah Study - 9 AM (9:00 AM)
04/26 -  Piano Concert - 8 PM (8:00 PM)
04/27 -  NFTY-MAR Spring
04/27 -  Religious School - 9 AM (9:00 AM)
04/27 -  T'chilot - 11:30 AM (11:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
For students and parents
04/27 -  Piano Concert - 3 PM (3:00 PM)
04/28 -  Seniors Group
04/28 -  Choir - 7 PM (7:00 PM)
04/30 -  Religious School - 6 PM (6:00 PM to 7:30 PM)
Our Mission Statement  


Temple Solel: Feeling, Caring, Doing – Jewishly

Temple Solel - front of buildingTemple Solel is a Reform Jewish congregational family, guided by Torah, fostering a lifelong commitment to feeling, caring, and doing Jewishly.

We achieve this by being a

Beit Midrash – A House of Study (Torah – a way of life) 

  • Providing innovative Jewish educational and cultural activities, both formal and informal, for members of all ages and backgrounds;

Beit T’fillah – A House of Prayer (Avodah – the service of God)

  • Establishing a welcoming and inclusive prayer community;
  • Developing various forms of worship and observance as a community;
  • Promoting personal spiritual growth, guided by Jewish values;

Beit Knesset – A House of Gathering (G’milut Chasadim – acts of love and kindness) 
Developing a strong and vibrant Jewish community through:

  • Being a caring community – supporting each other in joy and in need;
  • Outreach to all of our members;
  • Creating a network of social activities and events to meet the needs of all age groups in our congregational family;
  • Commitment to the ideal of tikkun olam (the repair of the world) – through a program of social action;
  • Enhancing the unity of the Jewish people through our link with the State of Israel and Jews worldwide.

Read a welcome message from Rabbi Steve Weisman



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