Saturday, September 22, 2019
8:30 pm: The Haftarah ProjectRabbi Samantha Frank, Temple Micah’s Rabbinic Fellow, will be talking about the Haftarah Project. This groundbreaking project, supported by the Innovation Fund, endeavors to create new liturgical Haftarah readings that attempt to speak to the American Jewish experience through biblical and non-biblical texts.
9:30 pm: Oneg
10:00 pm: Selichot Service
We hope you will plan to sign up and attend the Machon Micah Shabbat Dinner on September 6th. The cost is $5 per person and you can sign up for the dinner here.
Sunday, September 22, 10:00 am at the Temple Micah Cemetery
All are welcome at this informal service among the trees at Micah’s section of Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. This annual tradition offers a chance for calm and reflection at the beginning of the High Holy Day season. Please click here for directions to the Micah section of the cemetery.
These are small groups led by trained facilitators that meet for 9 sessions to explore the journey of aging. Sign up here or contact us for more information.
Thursday, September 19 at 10:30 am
Using the rich materials in Mishkan HaNefesh, we will continue the work of preparing ourselves for spiritual review and renewal. We will study and discuss Un’taneh Tokef (Who by Fire, Who by Water) – one of the most familiar, and perhaps the most challenging prayer at the core of the High Holy Day liturgy. This session will be led […]
Video of Panel Discussion
Transcript of Panel Discussion
Make a contribution to the RAICES Texas Family Reunification and Bond Fund. This fund is being used to directly support legal services for detained separated parents and the direct funding for bonds to get parents released so that they can more quickly be reunited with their children.
Add your name to this Jewish communal declaration by Bend the […]
February 8-11, 2019. Early Bird Registration by October 5, 2018
Join Temple Micah for L’Taken 2019! In partnership with the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (RAC), all rising 10th-12th graders are invited to attend the L’Taken Social Justice Seminar. Students spend a weekend learning about social justice and Judaism followed by a day lobbying members of Congress on Capitol Hill. It’s an amazing opportunity to […]
Rabbi Zemel responds in the Jerusalem Post’s Opinion section to commentary on the recent New York Times article on Liberal Zionism. Read his response below, or on the Jerusalem Post website here.
“The Liberal Zionist Tent”
The December 21 issue of The New York Times Magazine carried an article, “In Exile,” dealing with, among other things, the […]