The Year at a Glance Last year was the first time that we created a comprehensive guide to the programming at Temple Isaiah, with dates and descriptions for programs and events for the coming year. The booklet was distributed during the High Holy Day Services 2022 and it was so appreciated, we decided to make Continue Reading »
Temple Isaiah members are invited to celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day, with a number of community events offering fun and learning. April 21, 8pm — Rabbi Axler’s Israel Update Sermon During our Shabbat Service Rabbi Axler will share about the recent congregational trip he led to Israel, as well as his impressions on the Continue Reading »
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 Continue Reading »
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 Continue Reading »
Gesher, the Religious School’s 7th Grade class, created a “Jewseum” with presentations on notable Jews. From Carrie Fisher to Bernie Sanders and everyone in between, famous Jews in entertainment, politics, science, sports, and even crime(!) created an admirable cross-section of Jewish history.