Maintaining a Sense of Community in the Shadow of COVID-19

A message from Marshall Kohen, Temple Isaiah President: At times, we are able to get past the immediacies and to-do lists, seeing our lives as a series of road trips. Right now, I feel as if we’re in a tunnel. It’s not pitch black, so we’re able to find our way a bit, but the […]...read more

Kinky Boots Update

In the best interest of the Temple Isaiah Community, Temple Isaiah has requested, and Toby’s has agreed, to cancel our Sunday night performance of Kinky Boots. Temple Isaiah will receive a group credit (not a refund) towards a future show at Toby’s. We have not yet determined the date or show at this time. The Renaissance 50th Committee […]...read more

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

Dear Temple Isaiah, Kulanu, and TIPPS families, Just six days ago, we wrote to you to assure you that the health and safety of our Temple family is our highest priority. Although much has happened since last week, we write today to re-assure you that that remains true. Yesterday, in conjunction with the Temple staff […]...read more

50th Anniversary Mitzvah Day

The 50th Anniversary Mitzvah Day(s) saw nearly 200 people of all ages coming together to do some incredible work for our community. Together we: Created and filled 53 beautiful “Mugs of Love” for Meals on Wheels Assembled more than 100 Blessing Bags to distribute to the homeless and hungry Upcycled 65 T-shirts into reusable bags […]...read more

Temple Isaiah Chili Cook-Off

The Results are in! Temple Isaiah is proud to announce that Zachary Gamiel is the winner of our very first Chili Cook-Off. His vegan chili will now represent Temple Isaiah in the Bridges, Hotter than Thou Chili Cook-Off to raise funds and awareness for affordable housing solutions in Howard County! Kristin Miller, Development and Marketing […]...read more

Homecoming Weekend Photo Gallery

On Friday, January 31–Saturday, February 1, 2020, a number of our “alumni” came back to TI for a reunion, of sorts. All Jewish professionals serving communities, who grew up at Temple Isaiah, they have becoming rabbis, educators, musicians, and counselors. On hand were: Rabbi Deborah Bodin-Cohen, Wendy Rapport Grinberg, Rabbi Debra Kassoff, Rebekah Kanefsky, David […]...read more