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Temple Caring Community

Please notify the Temple office immediately upon the death of a family member so that we can offer support and assistance. The temple's answering service can reach our clergy for you after normal business hours. 

Hineini Caring Community Connects Congregants Needing Support with Caring Helpers

Our Temple is fortunate to be a caring community where no one feels alone, where each of us knows that he or she can turn to the Temple for comfort, caring, and support. When you need help, we want to be there for you. However, in order to provide help, we need to hear from you or from someone who has permission to contact us on your behalf.

We keep a list of helpers who are happy to provide support for those in need of meals, errands, rides to appointments, or visits at a congregant’s home or in the hospital. If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the Hineini Registration Form.

If you would like information on how to get support, please email our Bikur Cholim co-chairs  or contact the clergy directly. Learn more.

Temple Isaiah Bereavement Committee

The Bereavement Committee consoles those who have suffered a loss and facilitates the bereavement process, in keeping with Jewish tradition and Temple Isaiah custom, at the time of a loved-one’s death. The committee will contact the bereaved family to offer sympathy and support and to help facilitate the rituals, demands, and challenges of the funeral and mourning period. Learn More.

Knitzvah - Knit for Others While Doing a Mitzvah 

Knitzvah is a Temple-wide group of women who meet year-round to share conversation, coffee/tea while knitting or crocheting for others. Learn more.

Sat, June 15 2019 12 Sivan 5779