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Temple Jeremiah is a Reform Jewish congregational family whose mission is to foster and invigorate a love for worship, study of Torah and acts of Tikkun Olam in a caring community that embraces diversity in its membership.
We are dedicated to lifelong Jewish education, tzedakah, social justice and the State of Israel.
We strive to fulfill our mission by building relationships that connect us as members of an extended family who recognize each other as created in the image of God.
For more information about our community, upcoming programs, articles from our committee and senior staff, interviews with volunteers, and more, click here to read the latest issues of The Covenant.
We hope you enjoy sharing in our love of Torah through these messages written by our clergy and senior staff.
Learn more about our award-winning Center for Learning, featuring excellent Hebrew and religious schools where your children will learn about the beautiful history and traditions of Judaism while making friends and having a good time.
Join us on an educational journey that lasts a lifetime. With Adult Learning classes every Sunday, Torah Study every Saturday, and dozens of opportunities for parents and children to learn together, people of all abilities and backgrounds will enrich their Jewish knowledge.
You have the ability to do so much good in the world; and our Social Action Committee can help you do it. Help repair the world through Backpack Blessings, Feed the Homeless, Family Promise, and so much more.
Make new friends, volunteer, make a difference, and have a great time doing it. From youth groups to Sisterhood and Brotherhood to committees and everything in between, find your place and get involved.
Friday, Feb. 12, 20166 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat Reception6:30 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat Worship
Saturday, Feb. 13, 20168:30 a.m. Tefilah9:15 a.m. Torah Study
For our full worship schedule, click here.
Adult Learning: Bintel Brief & the Jewish ForwardSunday, Feb. 14, 2016, 10 a.m.
"A Bintel Brief" (A bundle of letters), "The Jewish Daily Forward's" advice column conceived by editor Abraham Cahan, dispensed practical, perceptive and ethically sound advice to Eastern European Jewish immigrants as the Old World from which they came encountered the New World of twentieth century America. Cartoonist Liana Finck has brought several of the poignant and timeless Bintel Brief letters to life in her newly published, whimsical and heartfelt graphic book, "A Bintel Brief: Love and Longing in Old New York." Led by Dr. Elliott Lefkowitz
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