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Jewish Voices

Designed to offer engaging and illuminating programs, Jewish Voices presents speakers, films, and other programs focusing on Jewish arts, culture, and public life. Speakers include writers, artists, and academics. Programs are usually held in-person and online on weekday evenings.
 

Isaiah Breakfast Speaker Series

The Isaiah Breakfast Speaker Series, sponsored by Brotherhood, aims to bring interesting, educational, and provocative speakers to our congregation. Speakers come to teach, inform, and entertain, covering topics as diverse as Jewish and Israeli history, the US economy, antisemitism, and even retirement planning.

Typically held in-person and online once a month from September through May, the Speaker Series also includes bagels and lox breakfast prior to the presentation. In-person entry is free for Brotherhood members; $15 for non-Brotherhood members.


Scholar-in-Residence

Temple Isaiah invites world class intellectuals to share their knowledge and wisdom with the congregation. Topics range from Jewish texts, music, art, history, and more. Scholar-in-Residence visits typically include meals, discussion, and presentations.


Growing Older Together

Designed to help us all find meaning as we age, Growing Older Together includes stimulating speaker presentations and small-group reflections. Previous speakers have included Rabbi Richard Address, Rabbi Laura Geller, and Marjorie Sokoll. Reflection groups began in 2021 and continue to expand as new participants express interest. New members are always welcome.


Lexington Institute for Jewish Studies

Founded in the early 1980s, the Lexington Institute of Jewish Studies (LIJS) is a longstanding collaboration between Temple Isaiah and Temple Emunah. LIJS provides classes in Jewish history, the Bible, sacred Jewish text, and culture and is open to the entire community regardless of affiliation.

Fri, July 19 2024 13 Tammuz 5784