The clergy is excited to welcome everyone back to participate in Friday night services this summer where we will be physically distanced but spiritually together outdoors. For those who cannot join us in person, the services will be streamed as usual on Zoom. Join us on: Fridays, August 14, 21, 28 (Family Service) and September 4 All […]
Please join us for the following Shabbat services via Facebook Live: Friday Night Services at 8pm Family Shabbat Services on the 2nd Friday at 6:30pm Family Shabbat Services on the 4th Friday at 6:30pm Tot Shabbat Saturday mornings at 10:30am Join us on Zoom for the following meetups: Havdalah on Saturday nights at 8pm Torah Study on Saturday mornings at […]
Due to Governor Hogan’s order to close non-essential businesses, the building will be closed until the order is lifted. Services will continue to be on Facebook Live on Friday evenings (though not from the TI building), and online programming will continue as scheduled on Zoom. Check our Calendar for schedule updates.
A message from Marshall Kohen, Temple Isaiah President: At times, we are able to get past the immediacies and to-do lists, seeing our lives as a series of road trips. Right now, I feel as if we’re in a tunnel. It’s not pitch black, so we’re able to find our way a bit, but the […]
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 […]
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 […]