"Reyim" means friends, and our friendships are the life of our community.
We look to the stories, wisdom, spiritual insights, and halacha of our tradition to bring meaning into our lives.
Our community is defined by the core Jewish value of gemilut hasadim, compassion and loving kindness.
The day before Purim is the Fast of Esther, a dawn-to-dusk fast that commemorates the three-day fast that Queen Esther proclaimed so the Jews of Persia could spiritually prepare to defend themselves.
All You Can Eat Waffles with Delicious Toppings and Ice Cream Bar, Family Entertainment, Megillat Esther and USY Shpiel
We will read the Megillah again during minyan beginning at 6:45 AM on Thursday morning, March 21. All are welcome!
This half-day conference brings the Jewish community together to explore surmounting challenges and mobilizing communities to act. Learn actions for individuals and congregations to take on the path forward in the coming years. Build connections. Learn from and with experts and leaders. Themes include: Sustainable Synagogues, Systemic Change Advocacy, Spirituality and Psychology, Food and Ecosystems, The Arts, Food Making, and Path for the Next 12 Years. A plenary session on "How Do We Engage Our Congregations in Climate Action?" will equip us to move forward.
Temple Reyim's 50th Annual Kallah weekend will be held April 5-7 with Professor Susannah Heschel, this year's scholar in residence, presenting: Perspectives on Human Dignity and Anti-Semitism. Additional details can be found here.
Be part of this unique weekend, come for one or all the sessions. Bring family or neighbors. Just remember to make reservations for lunch on Saturday by sending email to Joel Bloom or returning the reservation card.
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