Archive: October 2023

Program Guide 2023–24

Posted on October 2, 2023

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 »

They Look Like Our Kind of People

Posted on March 31, 2020

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 »

connecTIon and Teen Chats

Posted on March 25, 2020

connecTIon is meeting up on Zoom at 7:30pm on Wednesday evenings. Use our Contact Form to get the login info from Rachel Petroff Kessler; choose ‘connecTIon’ from the dropdown menu.   Our Youth Groups are having a Teen Chat on Wednesday and Friday afternoons at 2pm. Use the Contact Form to get the login info from Rachel Continue Reading »

50th Anniversary Mitzvah Day

Posted on March 4, 2020

The 50th Anniversary Mitzvah Day(s) saw nearly 200 people of all ages coming together to do some incredible work for our community. Together we: Created and filled 53 beautiful “Mugs of Love” for Meals on Wheels Assembled more than 100 Blessing Bags to distribute to the homeless and hungry Upcycled 65 T-shirts into reusable bags Continue Reading »

Coming Home to Temple Isaiah

Posted on January 30, 2020

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 »

Kulanu Students Help the Care Committee

Posted on November 9, 2018

Over four weeks, 6th Grade students at Kulanu learned about the Jewish value of Bikkur Cholim (Visiting the Sick) and the work of the Temple Isaiah Care Committee through hands-on work to support individuals and families within our community. First, students had the opportunity to hear from Ellen Strichartz and Barbara Davis about how they Continue Reading »