The Mission of Temple Beth Abraham’s Israel Committee is to foster a connection to, and love of, Eretz Yisrael and Medinat Yisrael: the land of Israel and the independent, democratic State of Israel. The committee promotes the State of Israel as a vital component of our identity as American Jews and advocates for the civil and religious rights of all of its citizens.
The goals of the Israel Committee are to foster a connection to, and love of, Israel through:
• educational programs;
• religious school education and life-long learning programming;
• cultural programs;
• travel to Israel;
• promotion of ARZA membership;
• support of Israeli companies and merchants.
The chair of the Israel Committee is Marla Peers, IsraelCommittee@tba-ny.org
Next Israel Committee Meeting: April 1 at 7:00pm (via Zoom)
The Club will establish new connections between our community and the State of Israel through research and investment in Israeli companies.
And we’ll try to make a few “shekels” for Club members as well!
Club is open to new members and meets monthly on the second Wednesday of the month.
Next meeting: April 1 at 8:00pm via Zoom
email: IsraelCommittee@tba-ny.org if you are interested in participating or to request more information.
An Engaging Conversation with Tal Heinrich, i24News Anchor
Here is a link to the talk that occurred on Sunday, January 12, 2020.
Need wine or Judaica? Why not purchase it here and benefit TBA, as well?
Just click to these links to order:
May we suggest, as per Steve Kerbel who guided us at the TBA Uncorked! Wine Tasting in November (and our own taste buds):
- *Tishbi Vineyards Sauvingnon Blanc
- *Galil Mountain Ela Tulip Merlot
- *Dalton Canaan White Moscato
You can even buy Judaica which will help support TBA:
The Celebrate Israel Parade was Sunday, June 2, 2019.
“70 YEARS, 70 SONGS” ISRAELI MUSIC SEMINAR
SUNDAY, APRIL 29 12:00pm
Israel turned 70! We celebrated this special milestone with a fun program at TBA that chronicled the evolution of Israeli music throughout the history of the Jewish state.
Thank you to Mairov Dubrovsky and Josh Shron from the Israel Hour for this musical journey.