For 18 years, Congregation Ner Tamid has participated in a yearly mitzvah! Every year, our members volunteer to serve a delicious hot holiday meal at Our Daily Bread to many grateful and appreciative people. Our presence allows the regular staff to spend the holiday at home with their own families.
We’ll start the evening with a community candle lighting, so don’t forget to bring your menorahs and candles! We’ll sing along with beloved Chanukah songs and other favorite tunes.
On January 13th, Ner Tamid will ring in the New Year with a Sunday morning brunch to celebrate Tu B’Shevat (the Birthday of the Trees) and the Martin Luther King holiday.
Every year Congregation Ner Tamid and Rabbi Barbara Aiello are delighted to invite you to our Italian Dinner, with gourmet cuisine prepared by Chef Theresa.
Sunday morning brunch with Rabbi Barbara Aiello. “The Sephardi Cultural Experience” – a lively discussion on Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Jewish culture, foods, music and rituals that define this unique Jewish group
Dear Friends, Congregation Ner Tamid joins all Jews, all Americans, and all people of conscience in mourning the tragic deaths and bereavement of our Pittsburgh mishpacha. We add our voices to all who pray: Baruch atah Adonai, Eloheinu melech ha’olom, Dayan Ha’emet.
Renew your Jewish connection and observe the High Holidays with Congregation Ner Tamid!
Saturday, August 4 – 6PM Enjoy this summer get-together with your friends at Ner Tamid.
What Kids Want Parents to Know Even though the percentage of Jewish students and teachers in my New York elementary and high schools was small, we were a significant enough presence that our schools were closed for the High Holidays. On winter Friday afternoons, Jewish students were released early so we could make it home…
Rena Morano, Rabbinic Associate, Congregation Ner Tamid “How was the wedding?” I asked. “It was a truly joyous event,” my friend replied. “The music was great, and the dancing never stopped! Who could have guessed that even with the women dancing in one part of the reception hall, and the men in the other…