We are an inclusive, diverse congregation, committed to developing and fostering a joyous and meaningful lifelong Jewish experience. At TSTI we celebrate the religious principles and moral values of Reform Judaism through worship, acts of social justice, study of Torah, and community service. Our members live in South Orange, Maplewood, Short Hills, Millburn, Livingston, West Orange and other neighboring towns. We welcome you to join us!read more
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This afternoon, our 9th grade trip continued with a guided tour of Philadelphia's amazing murals. Our students learned about how marginalized members of a community can find their voices through the arts. With these murals, local artists do tikkun olam by helping to improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods. After dinner, the group topped off an amazing first day with a pool party back at the hotel! Can't wait for day two! #tstiteens #tstitogether View photo → Photo posted on: Mar 26, 2017
TSTI was in charge of staffing the Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges this week as we helped support our food insecure neighbors from Orange and East Orange. Cantor Finn joined Janet Schwamm, TSTI coordinator for IFPO, and a large contingent of other volunteers to provide groceries for around 200 individuals and families. Volunteers are needed every Wednesday except the first Wednesday of each month from 8:15-11:45. Please contact email@example.com to volunteer or for more information. View photo → Photo posted on: Mar 25, 2017
Shabbat Shalom indeed! 15 of our 9th grade students left this AM for a jam-packed overnight in Philadelphia. First stops: Reading Terminal Market for lunch and then off to the American Museum of Jewish History! #tstiteens #tstitogether View photo → Photo posted on: Mar 25, 2017
The 4's in Mini Monet class learned about Wassily Kandinsky while listening to Vivaldi. I don't know about you, but I'm pretty impressed!! View photo → Photo posted on: Mar 23, 2017
The 3's had a great time making matzoh today. They donned their baking hats, separated the wheat from the chaff, ground the grain into flour, rolled out the dough, and had then a warm, tasty treat direct from the oven.. View photo → Photo posted on: Mar 23, 2017