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Temple Israel - Dover, NH

JEWISH SPIRIT IN THE SEACOAST!

Shalom!  Welcome to the website of Temple Israel of Dover, New Hampshire.

We are a Reform congregation serving the Seacoast community since 1938. Our congregation provides a warm and supportive environment that nurtures both the mind and the spirit. Our Rabbi, Sam Seicol, explains that the role of a Synagogue is to create a sacred community, a kahal kadosh. Here at Temple Israel, we welcome all who seek a connection to and through Judaism: Jews, members of Jewish homes, interfaith families, visitors, and seekers of knowledge related to Judaism and the Jewish tradition. We are committed to study, ritual, Shabbat and holiday observance, and music as paths for enriching communal life and personal spiritual growth.

For Shabbat and Holiday service times and education and social events, please check our calendar page (see below).

We would be happy to tell you more about Temple Israel. You are welcome to give us a call at (603) 742-3976 or email us at templeoffice@dovertemple.org.

Please visit the rest of our web site for more information about who we are Contact the Temple office, if you need any additional information or assistance.


UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS AND
SAVE-THE-DATE ANNOUNCEMENTS
All are welcome
click here for the upcoming events flyer

Friday, April 28 1-2PM -
Observe Services at the Islamic Society of the Seacoast Area

42N Dover Point Road
see above flyer for details regarding respectful attire

Friday, May 5 7:00PM-8:15PM  - First Friday evening service
Led by the Religious School Students - Last 1st Friday of the Religious School Year 5777

Upcoming Sisterhood Meetings
Thursday, May 4 6:30PM (potluck)
at Karen Mott's house...contact Karen for details and directions
For further info on Sisterhood, contact Stacey Segil


RELIGIOUS SCHOOL EVENTS & NEWS

Religious School has begun
New students are always welcome

Friday, May 5 7:00PM-8:15PM  - First Friday evening service
Led by the Religious School Students - Last 1st Friday of the Religious School Year 5777

click here for the latest Religious School Calendar

click here for the Religious School Sign-Up Sheet


ADULT EDUCATION
All are welcome

3rd Friday each month (6:30-7:30pm),
followed by 30 minutes of music and meditation

Saturdays Mornings (except 3rd Saturday)
10:30-11:30 - Shabbat Morning Torah Study
11:30-12:30 - Adult Education Special Series
on Myths & Monsters in Genesis
(March 4 ,11, 25; April 1, 8, 22, 29; May 6)

click here for the latest adult education flyer (updated 3/19)
Feel free to distribute or post this flyer


SOCIAL ACTION OPPORTUNITIES
at Dover Food Pantry and Dover Friendly Kitchen

click here for the flyer with the details


Messages from the President

click here for the President's Annual Meeting Report (July 2016)

     We are excited that we now share our facility with Honey Tree Learning Center.  They will be in the building Monday - Friday each week from 6:30AM to 6:00PM.  Learn more at http://www.honeytreelearningcenter.com/.

     We will continue to provide services, programs, Religious School, and Adult Education every week Friday evening through Sunday morning. The Sanctuary and two offices will remain dedicated solely to the Temple. The Social Hall is a shared space and the Temple will have full use of it and the kitchen during our times of operation.


Shabbat Overview and Schedule
click here for the Shabbat Schedule flyer


The April Issue of the Kesher has been published
click here to see the latest Kesher


April-June 2017 Temple Calendars
Updated on 4/21/2017
Downloadable/Easy-to-Print Latest Calendars (PDF)
click here to open, print or save the April-June 2017 calendar

For questions, corrections, changes, or additions, please contact the Temple Office
- click here to send an email to the Temple Office


Tree of Life Order Form - click here for details and form


No the Temple hasn't moved,
but please note that we do have a new street address:
36 Olive Meadow Lane

Please send U.S. Mail to P.O. Box 254, Dover, NH 03821


Rabbi Samuel Seicol is
Temple Israel's rabbi.

Click Here for More Info

Email "RabbiSam" at dovertemple.org.

Photo of Rabbi Seicol.


Cancellation of
Temple Israel Events
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Click here for more information

Find Temple Israel on Facebook!

Temple Israel Photos -
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Also find us at Interfaithfamily.com -
click here

 
 

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Temple Israel
36 Olive Meadow Lane
(formerly 515 Sixth Street)
Dover, NH 03820

603-742-3976
Email Addresses:  TempleOffice@dovertemple.org

rabbisam@dovertemple.org         president@dovertemple.org
Important - Postal Address for U.S. Mail:  P.O. Box 254, Dover, NH 03821

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