Monday September 28, 3:00 pm
American Atonement for Racism: A Communal Vidui
We are honored to welcome Dr. Eddie Glaude Jr., professor of African American Studies of Princeton University, as our very special guest speaker. Dr. Glaude will be in conversation with Micah member, Professor Gayle Wald on our Day of Atonement to address what American Atonement […]
Dear Temple Micah,
As the rabbinic intern at Micah this summer, I have been made privy to the many incredibly unique traditions that have shaped the congregational life and legacy that makes Temple Micah so dear. One such tradition, the Elul Project, has become not only an experience that has shaped my summer with this wonderful […]
The Tashlich ceremony offers us a chance to symbolically cast our wrongdoings of the previous year into the water and begin the new year with a fresh start. This year we created a “do-it-yourself” guide for Tashlich that includes suggested locations, and readings and questions for reflection.
Click here to access the guide.
On August 28, 2020 over 600 Jewish organizations, synagogues, and congregations signed this ad in The New York Times: “We say unequivocally: Black Lives Matter.”
Temple Micah is proud to join them in signing. And we are proud to support the Movement for Black Lives. Our Jewish community must continue to rise up for Black lives, […]
This year we are planning for an entirely virtual Machon Micah experience, and as we do, we remain committed to creating meaningful and exciting learning opportunities for students and families, and to keeping our community connected to each other, and to Jewish learning and living.
There is a wealth of learning options for each grade level, […]
Wednesday, June 17, 7:00 pm
A conversation between Rabbi Larry Hoffman and Dr. Diana Butler Bass, moderated by Rabbi Daniel Zemel. How do your religious beliefs help inform the way you think about and respond to this pandemic? What Truths have been uncovered for you since the outbreak of the pandemic? After a war or a catastrophic event […]