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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 know us!


 

2019/5780 HIGH HOLY DAYS
Temple Israel offers traditional and family services, along with
programming and childcare options for our temple youth. For
information about services and holiday programs - for people of all ages - click here

 

WoTI: NOSH, CONVERSATION & KIBBITZ UNDER THE SUKKAH
Thursday, October 17
7 p.m.

Join the Women of Temple Israel (WoTI) for an evening under the sukkah, with a delicious three-course meal and a meaningful conversation with Cantor Shira Lissek! Cost: WoTI members/$36; Non-members/$45. To register (by Oct. 13), click here.

SOUTHERN FRIED SUKKOT SHABBAT DINNER
Friday, October 18

7:15 p.m. (immediately following services)

Join us for a Southern Fried Sukkot meal in our Sukkah, prepared by Izzy's Catering. Sorry, reservations are closed.

SUKKOT FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL
Sunday, October 20
11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Temple Israel will host a special Sukkot celebration when Momo Truck, Roaming Fork, Detour Coffeebar, NoDa Brewery and King of Pops come to Shalom Park! An Olde Mecklenburg Brewery truck will also be onsite!   

*Don’t forget to bring a picnic blanket or chairs (if desired).

EREV SIMCHAT TORAH CELEBRATION
Monday, October 21

5:30 p.m. 

Enjoy a delicious, spaghetti dinner followed by music, dancing, and celebrations with the Torah! For details and/or to register (for dinner only - by October 17), please click here.

אין כמו בבית - Ayn k’mo babayit – there’s no place like home.

The Hebrew word for home, bayit, transcends the brick and mortar structure, as it also describes a state of mind. Temple Israel is not only a gathering place, but it is a place to engage with Judaism and to transform your life through Torah, worship and acts of loving kindness.

Our egalitarian kehillah kedosha was founded in 1895 by visionaries and is continued today by visionary lay leaders, clergy, and professional staff who want to help you find a sacred and safe place to connect to each other and to Judaism. Won’t you join us on this journey? Temple Israel….our house, your home.

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produced by USCJ to engage and inform
individuals of all backgrounds who want
to be part of an authentic and dynamic
Jewish experience and advance its critical
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Thu, October 17 2019 18 Tishrei 5780