Introducing our congregation ...
Our Rabbi – James D. Cohn, our rabbi since 2009, has served Reform pulpits in the southeast for over three decades
Our Rabbi Emeritus – Israel B. Koller
140 families from Charleston and surrounding areas
Established in 1873, it is one of the oldest and most renowned congregations in the American Jewish experience
A member of the Union for Reform Judaism
A brief sampling of our many programs and resources ...
Shabbat Services every Friday Night at 7:30 PM (followed by an Oneg Shabbat reception)
Celebration of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Holidays and Festivals
Celebration of all Life Cycle Events
Active affiliates, committees, and social groups, including a long-standing association of the Temple Sisterhood with the Women of Reform Judaism
A full range of education classes and enrichment programs taught by our Rabbi, knowledgeable Temple members, and an impressive list of visiting Scholars in Residence and guest presenters