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We are proud to share information about Temple Isaiah, a home for all who enter.

We are a vibrant and active Reform congregation of around 800 households whose members have found Temple Isaiah to be a Jewish community that brings value to their lives, offers meaningful personal connections with others, leads them to acting with justice and compassion, and inspires them to be part of a greater Jewish world. We would love for you to be a part of our community!

  We offer programs, learning, and worship opportunities that are diverse, engaging, and relevant to life today.

  We cherish our diversity, and we intentionally welcome all who wish to participate in our Jewish community: families, singles, couples, with and without children; people of all sexual orientation and gender identity or expression; Jews by birth and by choice, interfaith families and partners, and those wishing to learn more about Judaism.

•  We have clergy and staff that help navigate life’s joys and challenges.

•  We are strongly committed to our long-standing policy that no one is refused membership because of inability to pay. Requests for special arrangements are treated confidentially.

Membership in Temple Isaiah means being part of a community that cares for each other, grows together, and shares meaningful moments with one another.  How do we do this? Through creating opportunities for every member of our community. 

•  We know that personal connection to one another is a building block to finding meaning in life. We offer small group and large group experiences to deepen relationships with one another within demographic groups and intergenerationally.

•  We believe in life-long educational growth and offer learning opportunities for people of all ages and offer classes, discussions, and speakers that address topics relevant to life today.

•  We have a religious school program for children from kindergarten through high school, including our recognized Tichon Isaiah and LEFTY programs for teens.

•  We nurture opportunities to participate in the governance of the temple.

•  We not only care about members of our own community, but through our extensive social action program, we care about the world around us, taking steps to help those in need and bring about changes to create a more just society.

•  We offer weekly Shabbat worship, holiday celebrations and High Holy Day services.

•  We have personal engagement with our clergy, who are available for life cycle events as well as for everyday conversation.

•  We are part of the tapestry of the Jewish community, bringing opportunities to our members for engagement beyond our community. 

Ready to learn more? We want to help you learn about our congregation and who we are as a community. Equally important is helping our new members feel welcomed, involved, and engaged in temple life. There are so many ways to get involved in the religious, social, educational, and social-action activities at Temple Isaiah. To learn more about our community, please complete this inquiry form, and we'll be in touch!

Sat, July 13 2024 7 Tammuz 5784