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Yad pointing to Hebrew writing in a Torah.

Worship at Temple Israel reflects our commitment to finding the right balance between tradition and modernity.

We are a fully-egalitarian congregation, meaning men and women participate equally. We worship in Hebrew and English and services are spoken, chanted, and sung. The Temple Israel Choir fill our services with song, using traditional and contemporary melodies.

We use the following prayer books: Mishkan T’filah (for Shabbat, Weekdays and Festivals), Mishkan HaLev: Prayers for S’lichot and the Month of Elul, and Mishkan Hanefesh: Machzor for the Days of Awe (for the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur). All include English translation and transliteration so those who don’t read Hebrew can follow along and join in.

At the current time, our weekday Morning Minyan is no longer active. (If you are interested in restarting this program, please contact the office.)

Our Shabbat and High Holy Days services are open to all. Whether you come to pray, to meditate, or to meet old and new friends, at Temple Israel you will find inspiration in our texts, our music, and our community.

Mon, 23 September 2019 23 Elul 5779