Join us and our 2nd and 3rd graders for their Purim Shpiel, Carnival and Dinner. More details to come. For any questions call The Temple at 502-423-1818.
Come join us for our Purim Dinner at The Temple. More information to come. Check for updates at thetemplelouky,org.
D’var Torah Rabbi Chaim Litvin The holiday of Purim is the known as the happiest day of the Jewish calendar. On the evening and day of Purim, we read the Megilla – the story of Purim – enjoy a lavish … Read More
Guest Columnist Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks LONDON – The last two festivals to be added to the Jewish calendar prior to modern times – Purim and Chanukah – are both about anti-Semitism. There is one obvious difference between them: Haman, … Read More
Break out those groggers and costumes as we jump into a fun filled Purim celebration! Costumes are highly encouraged, but be mindful your kiddos will be running around and jumping in them! Thursday, March 21st 6-8pm @ Sky Zone Louisville …
Training Wheels – Purim For Ages 2 to pre-K Sunday, March 17 9:45 am Come learn about Purim with your preschool friends on Sunday, March 17, at 9:45 am. There will be stories, crafts, food, and tons of fun! Please …
Purim Party at The Temple Saturday, March 16 | 5:30 – 8:00 pm Purim is one of the most fun-filled, action-packed days of the year. Join us as we celebrate with a short family service led by our 2nd and …
I have made some pretty major changes in my life over the past year. For one, I dropped 14 inches around my waist, and over 100 pounds! Many people might think this is quite an accomplishment, but I read something … Read More
As I write this, the Jewish holiday of Purim is underway. It is a holiday in which we celebrate a significant victory over anti-Semitism. But it was surely not the victory over anti-Semitism, for there have been many since. That … Read More
As Rabbi Susan Silverman touched on Purim during her sermon, Saturday, March 18, at Congregation Adath Jeshurun, she invoked one of the lesser-known aspects of the holiday. Esther, the savior of the Jews of ancient Persia, was the adopted daughter … Read More