Friday, February 7thRegister by Friday, January 31st!
Are you interested in hosting or being hosted for a Shabbat dinner with Temple Micah members? We’ll match you up for this evening of fellowship, food, and conversation. Sign up for both here!
Don’t miss our All Community Shabbat Shirah the following morning, February 8th, at 10:15 am. This is a special musical extravaganza […]
Make Reform Voices Heard in Israel!
The World Zionist Congress (WZC) elections have begun, and it is time to make Temple Micah voices heard in Israel! Each and every vote from our congregation is crucial to maintaining a strong Reform presence. This is our chance to combat the discrimination the Reform Movement faces in Israel. Together […]
Back to Back: Two Explorations of American Jewish Identity For Our Time
We welcome Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman back to Temple Micah to share back-to-back retrospectives of his thinking through the years.
Friday, March 20th, 2020The Ethical Challenge: From Particular to Universal, Civilization to Conversation
Throughout history, Jews thought of themselves as a “people,” God’s Chosen People. By the […]
The Exodus is the event of the Torah. Join Rabbi Crawley to learn more of the stories about our central story, and the questions our sages explore like Why Moses? Can we forgive Pharaoh? What role do women play in our redemption?
Come join the discussion on the following dates:
Tuesday, January 28thTuesday, February 11thTuesday, February 25th
In November, Micah member Professor Gayle Wald led us in a fascinating discussion of Paul Beatty’s novel The Sellout. Many of those present requested another session with Professor Wald on another book. On Saturday, April 4, 2020 at 5:00 pm, Professor Wald will lead us in a conversation on Friday Black by Nana Kwame […]