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Updated COVID-19 Policy

The CDC has once again designated Middlesex county as high risk for COVID-19 transmission and recommends wearing masks indoors in all public places. Given this development and the numerous large gatherings over the next couple of months at the temple, the COVID Task Force is adding extra layers of protection for Temple Isaiah sponsored events until further notice. Please view the current COVID-19 policy here.

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We are so proud to share information about Temple Isaiah, a home for all who enter. Learn more about our warm, caring, and inclusive community in which each person brings their unique gifts.


Tu B'av Flower Picking

Tu B'av is the Jewish Day of Love and what better way to celebrate than by spending time with friends and family, picking flowers, and decorating vases on Sunday, August 14 at 10:00 am.LEARN MORE...

Book of Memory

Every year on Yom Kippur, Temple Isaiah publishes a Book of Memory that provides a tangible way to honor those who have died. If you would like to have names of loved ones included in the memorial section, please complete your submission at the link below.


Support Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine

As events continue to develop in Ukraine, many are asking, what can I do in the face of such an enormous tragedy? Learn how you can help support humanitarian aid to Ukraine through Jewish organizations.LEARN MORE...

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Archived Services and Programs

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