88 solar panels are now in place and turning sunlight into energy on the Temple Micah roof. With them, the congregation will save as much as $4,200 a year on electricity, a significant contribution to the temple’s bottom line. The panels are expected to provide up to 25 percent of Micah’s electricity. The panels were […]
January 20/21: Shabbat services and Women’s March on Washington
Friday January 20
The office will be closed for Inauguration Day
Our regular Kabbalat Shabbat service will be held at Temple Micah at 6:30 pm, preceded by an oneg at 6 pm. Rabbi Zemel will speak at this service. His remarks will address this moment in time […]
February 24 – 25
Join us for a special musical Shabbat with Merri Lovinger Arian, one of Hebrew Union College’s beloved faculty members in liturgical arts. Friday night, Merri will speak on “Music as a Means for Deepening Worship.” Merri will join us again Shabbat afternoon at 5 pm for her talk, “Current Trends in Synagogue Music: To […]
February 26, 10:15 am
Trip Dates: November 5-17, 2017
Learn about and register for the Temple Micah November, 2017 Berlin-Israel trip. Full information is available here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please act now to reserve your place.
February 28, March 7, March 14, 7:30 pm
Join Rabbi Beraha to explore the history and development of Jewish law and discuss how Reform Jews have historically engaged with the topic.
March 4, 4 pm, Temple Micah
The Gun Violence Prevention working group at Temple Micah hosts a special performance of Mosaic Theater’s production of Gospel of Lovingkindness, by Marcus Gardley. This play opens up the local plague of gun violence in a powerful, intimate way, and is appropriate for audience members as young as middle school, […]
March 18, 5-6:30pm
Many of you have asked: What can we as Temple Micah do to respond to the new American political reality? We will engage in this conversation together as we seek to go forward. Join us as we study a Jewish text, share our hopes, and congregate in community.