Congratulations to Nira Benbasset on becoming our new full-time Administrative Director. She has been with TAO for several years and we look forward to having her with us for many years to come. Congratulations also to Renee Greene who, after 14 years with TAO, has agreed to stay on part-time as Financial and Special Events Director.
Friday, October 26, 7:15 pm - Shabbat service at Duncan Center Saturday, October 27, 2:00 pm - Meditative Shabbat service at River Of Grass Tuesday, October 30, 7:00 pm - Men's Spirituality Group South
Please note: Friday, November 2 Shabbat service at ArtServe had to be cancelled because the facility is being used for Early Voting. We are sorry for the inconvenience and look forward to seeing you at services on November 10th.
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"It's that time again for our 5th Annual Holiday feast for the homeless sponsored by ALL Fed and partnering with the UCC (United Church of Christ) to host our annual holiday meal for the homeless and hungry.
The feast will be held on December 20th, Thursday from 10-1. at the UCC located at 2501 NE 30th Street, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33306. We need donations to buy the food and related items. We will be accepting donations starting immediately. Cash is fine. (It can also be charged to TAO and Renee will reimburse us with a check - it will be tax-deductible). All are welcome to come and volunteer and be a part of this rewarding and important endeavor. Please see Rochelle Tischler. You can text/call me at 954-249-6941 or email me at RTisch2147@aol.com
10/26/2018 @ 7:15 pm - 9:00 pm - Steeped in the traditions of our ancestors with a modern day approach, each Shabbat Service will leave you feeling connected to your community, your faith and yourself. At TAO, we hold people, not prayer books.