B.R.E.A.D. Building Responsibility Equality and Dignity - People of faith working together to pursue justice, change public policy and support initiatives that improve lives in our local community. Contact Laurel Zulliger 614-323-6419 email@example.com for more info.
YWCA Family Center provides shelter and meals for homeless families. We make and serve lunch four times a year at the center. Contact Sue Lazerwitz at 614-252-3554 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meals on Wheels TBS members deliver meals every Sunday morning. We have been actively involved with Meals on Wheels for the past 20 years. Contact Patty Tumen if you can help at 614-252-3939 or ptumen@ECDI.org
Women of Beth Shalom Social Action Committee – provides an avenue for women to get together and work on projects that help in and around the New Albany community.
TBS Men’s Club prepares and serves meals at TBS, packages up meals for our Caring Circle families in need, and helps with other projects at TBS.
Village Coalition Against Hunger (VCAH) - Pack and/or deliver groceries to New Albany residents in need every other Friday. Contact Sheryl Angart at email@example.com for a link to the sign-ups.
Jewish Prisoner Visits - Two Jewish volunteer groups currently make monthly visits to Jewish prisoners in Marion, Ohio. Please contact Gil Nestel at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dave Neubauer at email@example.com.
Kensington Place – Volunteer to lead services 1-2 times per month on Fridays at 1:30pm. No Hebrew reading required-the Mishkan T’Filah (prayerbook we currently use) has lots of English readings and the transliteration is included. This is a fun and easy way to connect with a great group of residents.
Caring Circle helps TBS members with everything from rides to the doctor to meals for families with a new baby, illness or during shiva. We also send cards to congregants for life cycle events. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to add your name to our mailing list, to request help or for more information.
Rebekkah’s Well is a designated area on the office/social hall level of our building where we collect food as well as other essential items for families in need. We work with a variety of partners in our community, including our local food pantries, YWCA Family Center, and others.
Mitzvah Day Planning Committee - Every spring, TBS families come together for an amazing day of helping others throughout the community. Would you like to help with planning this meaningful event? Do you know an organization that could use our help? Can you captain one of our projects? Please contact Mindy Agin at email@example.com details.
Youth Groups at TBS take part in Social Action projects throughout the year. For more information, please contact our Youth Director Ben Rosen at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Religious School Committee supports our Religious School at TBS in multiple ways, including introducing our students to Social Action projects. To be involved in this committee, please contact Mindy Agin at email@example.com.
2018 TBS Mitzvah Corps Calendar
Please contact the temple office at 614-855-4882 or the individual listed to get involved
Acts of Loving Kindness - G'milut Chasadim
Community involvement - Ma'asim Tovim
TBS Mitzvah Corps is the umbrella group for Social Action and Social Justice activities at Temple Beth Shalom. Listed below you will find the many ways to help our community. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or to recommend an activity. We are always looking for additional ideas and new friends to join us.
TBS Mitzvah Corps
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