Welcome to Temple Israel...
Established in 1873 and a founding member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), we are one of the oldest and most renowned congregations in the American Jewish experience.
Notice: Shabbat Service Times in September
Friday Evening Shabbat
Last Summer Service:
5:30 pm on September 2
Regular Service time resumes:
7:30 pm beginning September 9th
Sisterhood Meeting, Brunch & Program
Sunday, September 11
10:15am - General Meeting
11:15am - Brunch with program to follow
If you have a red, white and blue outfit, please wear it in remembrance of September 11th.
Brunch is $10 - No reservations required.
Schmooze Time at the Temple
Monday, September 12
11:30am - 1:30pm
Get together with other Temple members to chat and have fun. Bring your lunch and come schmooze!
Book Club Selections for September & October
Read Reform Judaism magazine online
Reform Judaism magazine was the official voice of the Union for Reform Judaism, linking the institutions and affiliates of Reform Judaism with every Reform Jew. Covering developments within the Reform Movement while interpreting world events and Jewish tradition from a Reform perspective, it was received quarterly by nearly 300,000 member households (members of 860 Union congregations) as a benefit of their synagogue's Union affiliation.
The Fall 2014 edition was the final print version of the magazine which is why you are no longer receiving the print copy in the mail. However, you can read Reform Judaism magazine online by using and bookmarking this link: reformjudaismmag.org
High Holy Days 2016
No Tickets or Reservations Required
Sunday, October 2
7:30 pm Erev Rosh Hashanah Service
(Reception following service)
Monday, October 3
10:30 am Rosh Hashanah Morning Service
Friday, October 7
7:30 pm Shabbat Shuvah
Tuesday, October 11
7:30 pm Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre) Service
Wednesday, October 12
10:30 am Yom Kippur Morning Service
1:00 pm Torah Study
2:00 pm Afternoon Service
4:00 pm Family Service for all ages
5:00 pm Memorial (Yizkor) Service
5:30 pm Concluding (Ne'ilah) Service
(Break-the-Fast following service)
To Parents of our College Students
Sisterhood likes to keep in touch with our college students. We celebrate the Jewish holidays by sending them holiday greetings and gift cards. This is only possible if we have their addresses!
Please contact the Temple Office with your child's current college mailing address. We include undergraduate and graduate students.
More to come...