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WELCOME TO TEMPLE JUDEA

We celebrate Judaism as a wisdom, a dynamic evolving tradition. We emphasize personal and communal connections with meaning; building on the past, honoring the present and looking to the future. We are a musical, learning, creative, relevant and contemplative community. We honor and welcome all people, religions and opinions.

- Rabbi Sigal Brier

We celebrate Judaism as a wisdom, a dynamic evolving tradition. We emphasize personal and communal connections with meaning; building on the past, honoring the present and looking to the future. We are a musical, learning, creative, relevant and contemplative community. We honor and welcome all people, religions and opinions.

- Rabbi Sigal Brier

Meet Our Rabbi

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“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for all people to dwell together in unity.”

— Psalm 133

“I don’t need you to agree with me, I need you to care about me!”

—Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

At Temple Judea, we care about being in a caring community. Through this challenging time of pandemic, when we feel our human vulnerabilities, when we are scared and worried, we draw strength from staying connected.

When all of us stay connected to one another and care for each other through this difficult time, hope for a better future becomes real. Things will get better. Jewish history teaches us that we are resilient and together we can overcome many challenges. Please reach out for help. Be part of our community, participate, be inspired and connected.

Looking forward to being with you,
Rabbi Sigal


If you are new and would like to connect, have a question, or need help please call us at 215-348-5022  or email us at:  General questions                            

Welcoming Committee - Becky Bernstein
Religious School  - Stacey Greenberg, Principal
Small Wonders Early Learning Center - Sheryl Milstein, Director

Sisterhood Bingo Event 5/23

 



 

Join us for Temple Judea Sisterhood Bingo! This fun event promises lots of laughter and comradery.

The cost is $5 per member and $15 per non-member and includes lunch, prizes, and a raffle. We will gather in the Temple Judea parking lot, so please bring your own chair.

Sign up for the event

Chesed Caring Committee is prepared to help anyone who is in need of support. Please reach out to us if you or someone you know needs ANY sort of help by sending an  email to: Laurie Ann Moore 

"I am one and you are one and we are all together one.
In the spirit in the heart we are all together one."

Listen to Rabbi Sigal's song:
 

Torah Study on Zoom

Saturday 9:00 - 10:15 am

Sabbath mornings at Temple Judea begin with Torah study. We welcome you to our interactive learning group as we explore together the Parshat ha’shavuah, the week's Torah portion. If you are new to Temple Judea's Torah Study group please sign up so that we can share our weekly email. Not new? Just use our Zoom link below

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Please feel comfortable joining our Torah study group minyan if you are saying Kaddish to honoring a loved one.  Use our Zoom link:                                                     

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Myth &
Reality
in Judaism

Series with Rabbi Sigal on Zoom

Third Wednesday of each month, 8:00–9:00 pm

Next session: May 19th

Jewish thought and practices are not confined to a neat philosophical system or theme. Inevitably, misconceptions, myths, beliefs and superstitions are all part of the Jewish tradition. This learning series is an exploration of key topics in Judaism, including God, ethics, and women's roles.

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Meal Drop-Off

Sunday, May 16th, 2021
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Temple Judea has had a long relationship with Caring for Friends, an organization that provides meals and visits to individuals who are homebound in the five-county area. Help us fill our Caring for Friends freezer by preparing, freezing them, and dropping them off on Sunday, May 16th between 11:00 a.m. and noon.

A volunteer will remove the meals from your car trunk.

All food must be packaged in tins provided by Caring for Friends. Tins and instructions can be picked up outside the synagogue's front door the week of May 9th.                                             

Any questions? Email:  Janene Raisman 

If you can help with this effort, sign up using this link:

I want to help

Sun, May 16 2021 5 Sivan 5781