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 »
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, 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.