Our Young Adult group had fun at Joe Huber’s for a day of pumpkin picking and delicious food!
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What a great crowd at our annual interfaith concert, Peace by Piece. Thank you to all that attended.
The Temple & Temple Shalom were honored to have Rabbi Jacobs join our congregations for a special Shabbat service. Rabbi Rick Jacobs is president of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), the most powerful force in North American Jewish life. The URJ leads the largest and most diverse Jewish movement in North America, with almost 900 congregations […]
On Sunday, October 7, The Temple Religious School had a wonderful program with Avner Avraham Mossad Agent and Curator of Operation Finale: The Capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann. It was a truly meaningful program for our students and teachers. Students were able to ask questions and were so engaged. Thank you to our co-sponsor […]
Throughout its 175-year history, The Temple and its antecedents – Adath Israel and Brith Shalom – have never had a professionally trained cantor. But things are changing at Kentucky’s oldest Jewish congregation with the arrival of Student Cantor Mike Jarvis. Jarvis, 42, who was introduced to the congregation at its August 31 Rabbi’s Dinner, is […]
Rabbi David teaches our preschool about Simchat Torah.
The High Holy Days ended with a special musical event with Student Cantor Mike Jarvis, an educational with Rabbi Rapport, and our closing Nehilah service.
While we are continued with our Hugim and Babysitting for infants to Grade 3, we have created a new morning program for 4-6 grade called High Holy Day Your Way. This interactive program makes children the center of the program where they create, learn, and experience the High Holy Days. This year included a creative […]
Sarah Harlan, Principal, and Lexie Beauchamp, Administrative Assistant, kicked off the school year by leading teachers and assistants for the school year.
Over 120 Temple members joined us for dinner, services and a special Oneg to welcome our new Student Cantor, Mike Jarvis. Mike Jarvis spent the first part of his life as a business process developer working in downtown Washington D.C. before he began to question whether he wanted to devote his whole life to making […]