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Temple Israel is a warm, engaging synagogue, affiliated with the
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, bringing innovation and creativity
to Jewish traditions. We welcome you to enjoy a sense of community, to engage
with Judaism and to transform your life through Torah, worship and
acts of loving kindness. Temple Israel’s programming includes uplifting and
spiritually motivating services, education for both adults and children, socials
for adults, youth groups, as well as community service and outreach.
We encourage you to explore our website, visit our synagogue,
and participate in our activities to get to k>now us!

 


 

KOL YISRAEL (Temple Israel's Bulletin) -
December '18/January '19 issue is now available!
 

The latest issue of Temple Israel's bi-monthly bulletin, Kol Yisrael, is now available. To learn more about our community offerings, download a copy by  clicking here.

TI YOUTH: Night Out With Kadima Bonim
Saturday, December 15
6:15 p.m. 

 

All 6th & 7th graders: join your friends for a night out at Sports Connection for Havdalah,
bowling, laser tag and arcade time! To RSVP (by Weds 12/12), click here

TORAH ON TAP: 5th Annual Vodkas & Latkes Party
Saturday, December 15
8 p.m. 

 

Join Torah on Tap and Moishe House Charlotte as we cram eight crazy nights into one fun celebration of Hanukkah, at our 5th Annual Vodkas & Latkes Party for Jewish Young Professionals. For details,  click here.

 

YOM GEMILUT HASADIM (A Day Performing Loving Acts of Kindness)
Sunday, January 20
9 a.m. 

 

Join the Temple Israel community as people of all ages come together to perform acts of loving kindness through “hands on” mitzvah projects at Temple Israel. For details, click here.

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THE ROSE ROOM - WOMEN OF TEMPLE ISRAEL GIFT SHOP
 

Let us help you find that perfect gift for simchas, holidays, and more, with our wide assortment of beautiful Judaica! For information about shop hours and special appointments,
click here.


 

Our  House. Your Home.

"To me Judaism is the most beautiful thing I have ever experienced. For a large portion of my life I felt lost, like there was really no place for me. It was almost like I was physically and spiritually wandering around looking for refuge in a desert, and I was constantly being denied it....."

By Alan Johnathan (Director of Youth & Family Engagement)

click here to read more.


Commentary & Musings from members of our
Clergy, Staff, and Congregational Family.

Tue, December 11 2018 3 Tevet 5779