Broadway comes to Temple Isaiah!

Until it’s safe to reopen Temple Isaiah’s building and get our programming back on track, our auxiliary groups have been adding some amazing programs to the regular social and educational offerings from TI staff. The Renaissance Group and TI Sisterhood have each scheduled an evening of music, with Broadway star Josh Davis on July 8, […]

They Look Like Our Kind of People

by Ellen Strichartz I’m willing to admit that coming to Temple Isaiah was Stan’s idea and I fought him all the way! We had moved to Columbia four days before Rosh Hashanah in 1976. Because we were both raised as Conservative/Orthodox Jews, we made arrangements to attend the Conservative congregation for the High Holidays. Unfortunately, […]

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 […]

Vote Reform in the World Zionist Congress Elections

Your voice is the only democratic opportunity to influence Israeli society as we continue the Reform Movement’s efforts towards equality, pluralism, and tolerance. Choose the REFORM slate at zionistelection.org to assure liberal streams of Judaism are provided equal financial support and resources. After you vote, let us know by sending an email to VoteReform@templeisaiah.org. Learn […]

Celebrating Our Early Years

On November 1–3, 2019, we celebrated our Early Years with a special weekend of events with Rabbi Stephen Fuchs, our first full-time rabbi. Friday night was a special dinner and Shabbat service, part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations. MANY THANKS to Kristin Goldscher of Anna Elliott Photography for photographing the event. Click any image below […]

Rosh Hashanah Morning Sermon 5780

Earlier this month, we kicked off Temple Isaiah’s 50th anniversary celebrations with Isaiah Fest. Nearly two years in the planning, with hundreds, possibly thousands of emails exchanged — the day was fast approaching. As we counted down to September 8, on a pretty consistent basis, Ellen Strichartz and Sue Green reminded me that I needed […]