Rabbi Pearlson & Cantor Josh ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!
We’re so very proud of our Rabbi Eliot Pearlson and Cantor Joshua Kunis for taking on the ALS ice bucket challenge on behalf of our dear Deb Buchwald Gaudet!
Rabbi and Cantor were cheered on by fans, the children of Temple Menorah Jewish Montessori!
Now the challenge is on for Rabbi Jory Lang, Rabbi Mark Kula and Rabbi Mark Kunis!!
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Please click here for details about the fallen soldiers.
Remembering our boys: Click here for Rabbi’s message about the tragedy.
We offer exciting opportunities to share your desire to grow Jewishly and build life-long relationships on a congregational, personal, and professional level.
Our roster of activities has enormous breadth and depth, with year-round offerings for the youngest among us—in our Temple Menorah Jewish Montessori school, Mommy & Me and summer camp programs—through our senior adults in the Isidoro Lerman Senior Adult Enrichment Program.
In between, we have a vibrant youth movement—beginning with grades K-2 in Nitzanim, moving through 3-5 in Chalutzim, Kadima (grades 6-8) to MUSY (Menorah USY, grades 9-12); Mahkolet Academy—a unique after school learning experience with Hebrew, for grades K through 7; and an ever evolving roster of contemporary activities for young professionals.
Unique in an age of struggling congregations, Temple Menorah offers a daily minyan twice a day, a Tot Shabbat (up to age 5), Shabbat Club for our youth groups, a Youth Minyan Saturday mornings, as well as a meaningful and inspiring spiritual experience in our main sanctuary every Shabbat.
Contact us to learn more about our communities: early childhood, elementary and teens, young adults, young professionals, families, and senior adults.
We have something for everyone…and everyone has the opportunity to create new possibilities.
If you are looking for a Traditional community that is steeped in Torah values and observance, and yet is also modern and innovative, Temple Menorah is for you.
In Memorian to the Jewish Members of the U.S. Armed Forces killed in action since September 11, 2001.
Click HERE for the list of names