ALL ARE WELCOME
Please join us on December 17th for a Hanukkah party!  Click here for details.
Introduction to Judaism classes begin in January.  This course is designed for all, Jewish or not, who seek a deeper understanding of Judaism. 
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Temple Bnai Israel is a welcoming Jewish community which offers a spiritual, religious, and social home for all Jews. We cherish a belief in one God, the Torah, prayer and the music and beauty of our Jewish culture. We are commanded and committed to passing these blessings on to all future generations. We observe and celebrate Jewish traditions and laws, while remaining open to change which meets the needs of our time, and which will stand the test of time.We intend to be a force for good and comfort as individuals and as a whole. We seek to offer justice, tolerance, and charity within the Temple Bnai Israel community, the larger Jewish community, and the non-Jewish worlds within which we live.

Our synagogue recognizes the equality of all Jews. Jewish men and women, including those Jews in interfaith marriages, are entitled to participate equally in all religious rites, and all secular and religious leadership positions. Our congregation also reaches out to all who welcome Judaism into their lives.

We believe in the ancient teaching:“to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God.”

Affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement.

LATEST NEWS FROM TEMPLE BNAI ISRAEL

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Services & Events
Services & Events
December 1, 2017

PLEASE JOIN US FOR A HANUKKAH PARTY! (click here for details) A wonderful adult education opportunity for all begins in January, and classes are free.  For all who wish to seek a deeper understanding

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Refugee Resettlement
Refugee Resettlement
May 31, 2017

In January of 2016, the Board of Directors at Temple Bnai Israel approved support for the Quiet Corner Refugee Resettlement (QCRR) Co-sponsorship Program  that is being organized by Reverend Ann Plum

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Inter-faith & Cross-Cultural Working Group
Inter-faith & Cross-Cultural Working Group
May 30, 2017

September, 2016 OPENING HEARTS, OPENING MINDS The Inter-Faith, cross-cultural Working Group initiated by the Hochberg Holocaust and Human Rights Committee has met twice during the summer.  The group

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