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In 2015, JFNA launched the Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care to advance innovations in person-centered, trauma-informed services for Holocaust survivors.
Additionally, Jewish Federations initiated a $45 million fundraising campaign to help meet survivor's needs. Learn how you can help a survivor in need with a donation to the Fund for Holocaust Survivors.
Rabbi Charlie will be on sabbatical through August 9th. Lay leaders will lead every Wednesday night, Friday night, and Shabbat morning service. We encourage you to attend as often as you can to ensure we make minyan and to support all of our service leaders and our community through your presence.
In case of an emergency such as a death in the congregation, a death in the family, or a serious illness, please know that we will have Rabbinic and community support. If support is needed during our office hours (Tues-Fri 9 am - 2 pm), contact our Temple Administrator, Stephanie Trimble, at 817-581-5500. Contact President Sam Felberbaum after hours or on weekends at 817-917-4266. For all mental health/counseling/monetary support/social services needs, please contact Dr. Robbie Kinney or Dr. Carole Rogers at Jewish Family Services, 817-569-0898. Mary Smith, Bereavement Chair, is available to support you if there is a death in the family. Contact her at 817-701-5710. Sandy Silverman, Caring Committee Chair, is able to support you if you’re in the hospital, dealing with severe sickness, or need a ride to the doctor. You can reach her at 682-622-9877.
To meet with Rabbi Charlie after his return in August, please contact Stephanie Trimble at email@example.com or by calling 817-581-5500 to set up an appointment.
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