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Registration is required as space is limited. Please click the image above to register. 

Every day, the team of PACT has dedicated researchers working to find ways to prevent dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease. Jennifer O'Brien, PhD, is the Associate Professor for the Department of Psychology at USF in St. Petersburg.

She will conduct a 40-minute presentation on brain health in later life that will be intriguing and informative. Our hope is that you walk away feeling a little more knowledgeable and with a few new tricks to keep your mind sharp!

Registration is required as space is limited. Please click the image above to register. 

"Wrapping Ourselves in Spirituality: What is a Tallit?"

Join Rabbi Mangold in the Sembler Family Library as together, we will examine ethical dilemmas that Jews have faced and what the Reform Responsa committee has suggested based on an in-depth study of Jewish texts.

Space is limited. In the event that you need to cancel, please contact Tovah Feld at so the space can be released to another member.

Registration will be required as space is limited. Click the image above to register.

To begin our discussion, Arlene Murphy will facilitate Volunteerism, Then and Now. Following the program at 1pm,
we will have a discussion with Mayor Rick Kriseman about Coming to the End - Where Has The City Come From,
Where Is It Now, and Where Is It Going?

For more information on Mayor Kriseman, see the Facebook Event or November Scroll. 


Registration is required by December 30 and space is limited. Click image above to register. 

Kick off the new year by enjoying an hour long tour of this beautiful, local distillery, followed by tastings. Cost is $10 per person and will be due upon arrival. An optional dinner at a local restaurant will follow for those wanting to attend. 

Registration is required by January 7 and space is limited. Click image above to register. 

We will be celebrating the Jewish New Year of the Trees, or Tu B'Shvat at our Kabbalat Shabbat service Friday, January 7 at 6pm. This will be a wonderful interactive "stations" experience for adults and kids alike to learn about the holiday and traditions while enjoying each others' company!

Registration is required by 4pm on January 14 as space is limited. Click image above to register. 

We will take a moment and honor MLK Jr.'s legacy and beliefs of equality and social justice during our Erev Shabbat Service on Friday, Jan. 14 at 7:30pm. Pastor Corey of PCC and Rabbi Mangold of TBE, along with members of the Temple Beth-El and Pasadena Community Church, will join together to present teachings and readings on justice to prepare and inspire as we approach MLK Day. This special day has become known as "A day ON, not a day OFF." We will then join as a community to "Pray with our Feet" during the St. Petersburg MLK Day Parade on Monday, Jan. 17.

Registration is required by January 7. Click image above to register. 

Join TBE with other local community groups to celebrate and honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
We march to support efforts in our community to bring MLK Jr's values to reality. This event is for people of all
ages to show our support as the only Temple who participates in this parade. This is also a great way to involve
children in social justice. Register by Jan. 7 to participate. Times and location to meet will be provided to those who register.

You will need to for this program by January 12 as space is limited and we will be providing a light luncheon offsite only for those who have registered. Click image above to register. 

Out special guest presenters will be Pati Gross from the St. Petersburg Police Department and Phyllis Plotnick, retired Lieutenant Colonel with the United States Army. For their bios, please CLICK HERE to see the Scroll article. 

Takin' Temple to the Market! This laid back brief service in the park led by Rabbi Mangold is the perfect opportunity to
invite a friend! After service, walk over and explore St. Pete's Saturday Morning Market at your leisure with
family, friends and fellow congregants!


Registration is required by January 7 and space is limited. Click image above to register. 

Join us for our Kabbalat Shabbat, then after service children will have an experience with a variety of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) table top activities. These engaging activities have been donated with our partnership with Great Explorations Children's Museum.





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