We hope this web site gives you a flavor for our Temple family. Our members are diverse in age and approach, encompassing the many different viewpoints that compose the Reform experience.
At The Temple, we celebrate our rich diversity as a congregation, a community of many communities. And when we join together to welcome Shabbat, to study together or to celebrate, we are one community, a great intergenerational family in a place where we care for and about one another. We are newcomers and old-timers, children and adults, individuals and couples and families, multi-racial families, gay and straight, Jews by birth and by choice, non-Jewish partners and spouses. As we raise our voices in prayer and song, we know that we have created a family suffused with blessings.
We are life-long learners. Our congregation is at the forefront of the Reform movement in offering educational opportunities not only for children but for families to study together, as well as for adult learning.
We encourage Jewish traditions and values, home and family, through a warm and welcoming community, education, spirituality, and tikkun olam – working to heal the world for the Jewish people and for all humanity.
You are invited to learn more about us. We invite you to visit us, to join us for Shabbat services, and to contact us with any questions you might have. Our office hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and on Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 4 p.m. You can always leave us a message. Click here to contact us.
We offer you our wholehearted invitation to become a member of our Temple family. No one is turned away from The Temple for financial reasons.
If you have not already visited us, please do. Attend a Friday evening or Saturday morning service, meet with our rabbis, take a tour of our beautiful Synagogue. We would love to meet you!
For membership information or to receive an application for membership, please contact:
Erin Hirsch Zagnoev
(615) 352-7620, ext. 299