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.
Refreshing Your High Holy Day Experience: Make This Year Different
A Wise Aging open session, Thursday, August 15, 10:30 am
Everyone is invited to a special Wise Aging session, titled “Prayers of Awe.” Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are also known as the Days of Awe, Yamim HaNora’im. Using the rich materials in our High Holiday Prayer Books, Mishkan HaNefesh, we […]
Friday, September 6 (6 pm Oneg, 6:30 pm Service)
Do you have friends who want to learn more about us? Get a feel for our welcoming community? They are always welcome, of course, but we’ve set aside Kabbalat Shabbat services on Friday, September 6 especially for interested folks and prospective new members.
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 […]
Read the New York Times article, “Can Liberal Zionists Count on Hillary Clinton?” here.
The article features Rabbi Zemel and discusses elements of the modern America Jewish relationship with Israel in the current political context.