The Results are in! Temple Isaiah is proud to announce that Zachary Gamiel is the winner of our very first Chili Cook-Off. His vegan chili will now represent Temple Isaiah in the Bridges, Hotter than Thou Chili Cook-Off to raise funds and awareness for affordable housing solutions in Howard County! Kristin Miller, Development and Marketing 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 »
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 »
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.
Temple Isaiah will be participating in the Intergenerational Mitzvah Day with some very cool projects! No matter your age or skill level, there’s something you can do to help. The 50th Anniversary Legacy Art Project will also have a table at Temple Isaiah that day, so your family can make a piece for our commemorative Continue Reading »