Betsy Frank is UHC para-rabbinic fellow and president.
This will be our first complete, in-person seder with a full meal since 2019.
This will be our first complete, in-person seder with a full meal since 2019. You may also attend virtually via Zoom.
In other news, please follow our latest efforts to re-envision the congregation. Debra Israel is leading a task force that is exploring future possibilities for UHC.
UHC serves a vital role in the Wabash Valley
Our congregation serves an important role in the Wabash Valley. Aside from supporting our members, we provide a strong Jewish presence for the community.
We welcome those exploring Judaism. During this past year, we added two new members who became Jews by choice. Welcome again, Justin and Patricia McCammon!
Two college students who are active in the congregation are also in the process of conversion. Students often attend services as part of their course assignments.
The congregation can embrace a multitude of opportunities to enhance our Jewish experience.
We also host community events such as the Yom HaShoah commemoration, set for 2 p.m. Sunday, April 16.
Our student rabbi offers Torah study when in town for Shabbat. The Jewish Community Legacy Project provides additional events. The congregation can embrace a multitude of opportunities to enhance our Jewish experience.
Please help support our efforts
However, our activities do require funding. Utilities rates have accelerated and we face personnel expenses, including costs to support the student rabbi [Rocki will return next year].
The Temple board is committed to keeping our congregation strong for years to come.
Therefore, I ask that you consider an additional monetary contribution this year, in addition to the usual membership dues.
If you haven’t paid your dues yet, you can set up a monthly payment plan. The Temple board is committed to keeping our congregation strong for years to come, but we cannot remain strong without your help.
Chag Sameach Pesach! We’ll see you at the Seder!