May 17, 2022 -

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Programs and Services

Shabbat Evening Services, Fridays, 6:15 pm:
In-person Shabbat Evening Services and live-streamed.  

To watch the live-stream, click here when the service begins. The service is also streamed to the Roku Fairmount Sanctuary app and on live on the temple’s Facebook page.

Our weekly Torah Study options are offered via Zoom.  For Zoom link for Shabbat Morning Torah Study (9:15 am), or the Wednesday Morning Study (9:15 am), contact Staci Cohen at scohen@fairmounttemple.org.

Friday, May 13 and Saturday, May 14
Musician-in-Residence Shy Kedmi –
Shy Kedmi is a NY-based pianist and composer who performs regularly around North America, Europe and Israel. Inspired by Israeli, French and Scandinavian music, Kedmi’s music has been featured on Apple Music and Spotify. He’ll be our Musician-In-Residence and accompany our Friday Shabbat Evening Service on May 13, at 6:15 pm (in person and live-streamed)  and he and Cantor Vladimir Lapin will offer a concert of Israeli songs on Saturday, May 14, 5 pm (in person), concluding with Havdalah.

Sunday, May 15, 4 p.m.
Fairmount Temple’s Annual Meeting
which will include a report from Board President Todd Silverman and others, election of new Board members, and the introduction of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple’s new logo and temple branding, fulfilling a key objective in our Fairmount Temple Strategic Plan. Nominees to our Board of Directors will be shared in the May Bulletin along with the introduction of the President’s Award recipient, which will be given at this meeting. This Annual Meeting will be in-person and virtual. RSVPs requested for both in-person or virtual to Barb Smith at Bsmith@fairmounttemple.org.

Sunday, June 12, 2022
Honoring Cantor Laureate Sarah Sager!
On June 12, we will honor our beloved Cantor Laureate Sarah Sager and share our appreciation for all she means to this community. We will be joined by guest speaker Rabbi Andrea Weiss, Ph.D., the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Provost at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion who served as Associate Editor of The Torah: A Women’s Commentary which was inspired by Cantor Sager.
This in-person event will be held at Landerhaven in Mayfield Heights and begin at 6 pm.
Online registration can be found here.  For other questions, contact Steve Borstein here.  Deadline to RSVP for the dinner and/or to be part of the Tribute Book is May 13.

Our Women of Fairmount Temple are offering several other Zoom book discussions and more.  Follow them on Facebook or email them at womenft@fairmounttemple.org to be added to a mailing list.

Click here for our Temple Calendar.

Did You Know through OPERATION 100% AFFILIATION: JUDAISM FOR EVERY GENERATION, Fairmount Temple offers the first year voluntary dues to new and returning members?  We want you to experience what we know, Fairmount Temple is a special place to belong. Click here for more info.   

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Our Clergy Created Their Own FUN Holiday Greetings!
Click here to see the Jewmanji A Passover Parody  and click here to see the High Holy Days Clergy Car Karaoke!

To learn more about these programs or other opportunities for learning, worship and social action at Fairmount Temple, click on the website calendar,  the Bulletin newsletter, or call us at 216-464-1330.