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Shure Memorial Library

Access the Shure Library Catalog Online!

Library volunteer Rachel Fischer has prepared a brief tutorial on using our catalog -- you  can view it here. 



We want everyone in our congregation to know about this really quite special collection – every title is here because in some way, it is a reflection of Jewish life and culture. From serious Talmudic tracts to biographies of Graucho Marx, from Shalom y’all, a history of Jewish life in the South to God Must Like Cookies, Too, a picture book about Friday night services, to a DVD of the movie Divan, about a young woman reclaiming her Eastern European past, we’d like to think there is something here for everyone. The library is open every Sunday morning from 9:00 am until noon.

We hope you'll take some time to explore your Temple Library, but as you probably know, there's a world of online Judaica out there. Click here for a list compiled by the New York Public Library to get you started.

We still have over 1,000 items to enter into our catalog. However, feel free to setup a LibraryThing.com account or log in with your Facebook account so that you can begin to search for items online. If you love or hate a book, feel free to write your own review of it to let everyone know what you think. If you have any questions about how LibraryThing.com works, stop by the library on a Sunday and ask a volunteer to show you how to use it.

Tue, November 12 2019 14 Cheshvan 5780