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B'nai Israel is hosting a Community Seder on Thursday, April 13 at the Temple beginning at 6:30 pm. The event will be catered by Chef Pat Nolan. The cost is $45 for members, $50 for non-members. Please make reservations with the Temple office as soon as possible as we need to provide the Chef with a head count. If Shirley doesn’t answer the phone, please leave a message. Payment is required for all reservations. No exceptions. No refunds.
Be sure to invite your family, friends and neighbors. This is a community event, everyone is welcome.
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Membership is open to all men. Meetings are held the second Sunday of each month at 10 am. Members take turns providing a brunch for each meeting. The meetings are very informal and fun.
Our youth group, MONTY (MONroe Temple Youth) and NFTY (North American Federation of Temple Youth) offers opportunities for our teens to become healthy, responsible, caring Jewish adults by encouraging: Support. Empowerment. Boundaries. Expectations. Constructive Use of Time. Commitment to Learning. Positive Values. Social Competencies. Positive Identity.
IT IS THE MONTY GOAL for young people to be afforded the opportunity to develop as many of these assets as possible while interacting with Reform Judaism.
IF YOU KNOW a Jewish High School Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior – and believe they will benefit from becoming a MONTY member – WE WANT TO KNOW! Email 1868Temple@gmail.com.
We would consider it an honor to have you join us!
Sisterhood strives to be an inclusive community for the women (Jewish or not) who care about and support Temple B'nai Israel and the Jewish Community. Sisterhood is open to women who are married, single, divorced, widowed and with or without children. While Temple membership is encouraged, it is not required for Sisterhood membership. Each woman's thoughts are invaluable in shaping Sisterhood into an organization which truly represents the entire community of women.
We are active members of Women of Reform Judaism. Join us as we foster Jewish education and leadership, building a community within our congregation and throughout the world.