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  • Saturday
    Dec  1
    Midnight Run

    Shabbat, Dec 1st 2:00pm to 11:55pm
    Many hands make short work! Please come help us sort clothing and make sandwiches at 2:00 pm for our Midnight Run on Saturday night. The Midnight Run leaves at 8:00 pm where we need help to pass out clothing and provisions to the homeless in Manhattan and one adult volunteer to drive in. Make a difference in someone's life today! Donate warm men's clothing and meatloaf the week before to provide for the Midnight Run. To learn more about Midnight Run contact Peter Goldich at


  • Sunday
    Dec  2
    Tot CJL: Hanukkah Celebration

    Sunday, Dec 2nd 9:30am to 10:30am
    Expect a morning of fun, food and candle lighting festivities all geared toward families with children aged 0-5. We look forward to seeing you there!


  • Sunday
    Dec  2
    Brotherhood Breakfast- Cantor Fogelman Guest Speaker

    Sunday, Dec 2nd 10:00am to 11:30am
    Join us for a delicious breakfast where Cantor Fogelman will be our featured guest speaker! Breakfast is $12/adult and free for children. Pay at the door where you can also purchase 50/50 raffle tickets.


  • Wednesday
    Dec  5
    Orchestra of Exiles: Sisterhood Movie Night

    Wednesday, Dec 5th 7:30pm to 9:00pm
    A Documentary: The Extraordinary story of violinist Bronislaw Huberman and the formation of the Israeli Philharmonic. In the early 1930's Hitler began firing Jewish musicians across Europe. Overcoming extraordinary obstacles, Huberman moved these great musicians to Palestine forming a symphony that would become the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Huberman saved nearly 1,000 Jews guaranteeing the survival of Europe's musical heritage. Join for the film, nosh & discussion! Open to all!



our vision

To support the spiritual and religious journey of our congregants and provide the foundation for building a better world through teaching and living our Jewish values. 

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our mission

We strengthen the connections of our congregants with Judaism in order to live meaningful and purposeful lives.  We provide an inclusive, warm and welcoming community.  We promote a sense of peace and unity within our community and beyond through acts of loving kindness and social justice. 


music in our community

 “Then sang Moses and the children of Israel.” 
Exodus 15:1

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We're a group of guys doing good things for the Temple and our community:

  • Midnight Runs to feed the homeless
  • Community breakfasts
  • Ushering at High Holy days 
  • NOSH, Jewish food festival to name a few!

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The Sisterhood of TINW is a community within a community.
We are single, married and partnered.
We are with and without children.
We are born Jewish, Jews by choice and non-Jews married to Jews.
We are new and long-time members.
We are mothers, daughters and sisters.

We would love to include you in our community!  Please join us!

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make a difference

Temple Israel offers a variety of ways to help you make a difference in the
lives of others, whether you have hours to give or just minutes. 


worship and study schedule

we offer the use of hearing devices

Today's Calendar

NO CJL Classes
: 4:30pm

Tomorrow's Calendar

Thanksgiving Day

Friday Night

Candle Lighting
: 4:13pm
Shabbat Worship
: 7:00pm

Shabbat Day

Torah Study
: 9:30am
: 10:30am


Wed, November 21 2018 13 Kislev 5779