Archive: January 2024

HoCo Interfaith Advisory Council

Posted on January 29, 2024

Rabbi Craig Axler is one of 16 HoCo faith leaders who were appointed to a new Interfaith Advisory Council, formed by Howard County Executive Calvin Ball. The purpose of the Council is to conbat religious intolerance in the county. You can read more about the Council here, and view photos of the event here.

New Dates for TI Anniversary Events

Posted on August 8, 2021

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 Continue Reading »

Boker Tov and Erev Tov

Posted on March 24, 2020

Are you up for a daily dose of Temple Isaiah? At 9am Sunday through Friday, our TI staff, clergy, and lay leaders are bringing some learning, music, and prayer to our community with Boker Tov, and at 5:30pm Sunday through Thursday, finishing out our day with Erev Tov. Friday night will be Shabbat services, Saturday morning Continue Reading »

Vote Reform in the World Zionist Congress Elections

Posted on January 21, 2020

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 Continue Reading »

Celebrating Our Early Years

Posted on November 25, 2019

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 Continue Reading »

Rosh Hashanah Morning Sermon 5780

Posted on October 1, 2019

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 Continue Reading »