Category Archives: Holidays

Multiple Megillah Readings Outdoors in the TAIS Shomron Gardens to be Livestreamed on YNET and on FB LIVE of TLV Municipality & TAIS!!

It’s hard to imagine that just a year ago, Purim was our last normal event, although already scaled down due to the pandemic.  This year, we cannot host the thousand plus crowd that flock to attend our Annual Festive Megillah Reading … Continue reading

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Fulfill all your Purim Mitzvot with TAIS’s Deluxe Purim Package!

TAIS is excited to offer a full service Purim Package to fulfill ALL your Purim Mitzvot including delivery right to your doorstep!  The Four Mitzvot of Purim are: 1. Mishloach Manot 2. Matanot Le’evyonim (gifts for the needy) 3. Mishteh (Purim Seudah) 4. Megillat Esther x2 Each … Continue reading

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Virtual Tu B’Shevat Seder with Rabbi Ariel & Team TAIS on Zoom & FB LIVE!

Just after Tu B’Shevat last year, our lives came to a screeching halt with the pandemic. One of the benefits through this virtual nightmare has been a reconnect to nature, essentially, pausing from our fast paced lives and stopping to … Continue reading

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Chanukah 2020 @TAIS! 8 Special Events for 8 Days of Chanukah + 1 Bonus for the Shamash!

Join TAIS in Celebrating Chanukah 2020 with 8 Special Events! 1.  Community Candle Lightings in the Shomron Garden! Thursday night, December 10 and every night – 4:40pm Sufganiyot will be served. Limited to 20 people. 2.  The Pre-Shabbat Chanukah Show … Continue reading

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Simchat Torah Hakafot & Musical Celebration ONLINE with the CHAZZ! Special Carlebach Kabbalat Shabbat with Rabbi Ariel & Fam on FB LIVE!

This Simchat Torah, we unfortunately can’t sing and dance and eat and drink together like usual but this will not stop our celebration! TODAY!  Join us for a Pre-Simchat Torah Hakafot and Musical Celebration with our very own Chazzan Israel Nachman … Continue reading

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Rabbi Ariel’s Interview on Rabbi Akiva Eiger’s Responsa to Pandemics featured on United with Israel!

Rabbi Ariel Konstantyn’s discussion on Rabbi Akiva Eiger’s halachic responsa during the cholera epidemic featured in United with Israel. https://unitedwithisrael.org/watch-how-the-secret-to-beating-corona-was-revealed-by-19th-century-rabbi/   Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it

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Hoshana Raba Evening of Learning ONLINE!

Join for an evening of Torah study in honor of Hoshana Raba with Rabbi Dr. Rafael Shuchat, Atara Lindenbaum and Tamar Weizer on Zoom and FB LIVE!  Thursday night, October 8 7:45pm – Tamar Weizer on the topic: “The Wacky Custom … Continue reading

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How Do You Jew with Rabbi Ariel Konstantyn – Sukkot Edition

Here’s a Tutorial on How to Shake Your Lulav and Etrog Set for the Mitzvah and in Hallel in Rabbi Ariel’s How Do You Jew Series. In this video, Rabbi Ariel explains how to store your Lulav and Etrog set … Continue reading

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Simchat Torah Chessed Project FREE & Subsidized Catered Meals

This year, we unfortunately cannot sing and dance together in the synagogue for Simchat Torah. But we will not let Corona completely eliminate our holiday celebration. Our Sages teach “One cannot truly enjoy a Simcha without Meat and Wine”. Therefore, … Continue reading

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Sukkot in Lockdown. Here are the updates for our shul:

The lockdown is continuing as the numbers keep on rising.  The rules are as follows: 1.  The synagogue is closed.  Those who wish to daven in the garden may do so provided that they live less than 1 km from … Continue reading

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