It has been a year since our 50th Anniversary celebration was forced to shut down due to the COVID pandemic. We, sadly, had to put all of our many activities on hold, hoping that some day we would be able to resume planning and eventually take up from where we left off. Barring any unforeseen […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
by Doug Silverstein and Rabbi Daniel Plotkin Several of our Alumni will to join us for Shabbat this weekend. Each of them able to be with us will take on a role in leading services, sharing their stories of what Temple Isaiah was like when they grew up, and sharing of themselves as the professionals […]
As part of Temple Isaiah’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, we’ll have two important speakers here for “Reaching Out and Reaching In,” Rabbi David Saperstein for Friday evening Shabbat and Rabbi Leora Kaye for Saturday morning’s Shabbat & Schmooze. There is no cost for Shabbat & Schmooze with Rabbi Kaye, but please RSVP ahead of time.