Temple Isaiah

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Temple Isaiah is a traditional Reform congregation. Our families come from diverse backgrounds and we seek to create a warm, friendly atmosphere where each person can explore Judaism and enrich his/her life through the joy and beauty of our faith. Our motto, "Living Torah, Being Torah," demonstrates our commitment to Torah values and spirituality within the framework of the modern Jewish experience.

Hands on Hanukkah 2019

We had a blast at Hands on Hanukkah this year! Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the Festival of Lights with us!

Special thanks to PJ Library for partnering with us this year.

We had a blast at Hands on Hanukkah this year! Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate the Festival of Lights with us!

Special thanks to PJ Library for partnering with us this year.

Rabbi Craig Axler - Sermon 12-6-19 - Mah Tovu Ohalecha Ya'akov

Rabbi @Craig Axler shared a sermon at Temple Isaiah's All-Music Service this past Friday night introducing exciting plans for an expansion of our beautiful synagogue home.

Mark your calendar for this VERY FUN event! Keep your eye out for more details.

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Knitzvah Numbers! – Temple Isaiah

Interested in seeing what the Sisterhood Knitzvah Group has been up to? https://templeisaiah.org/knitzvah-numbers/

templeisaiah.org Knitzvah Numbers! December 7, 2019 Cathie Perolman shared these photos of the bounty of snuggly wearables that were created by TI Sisterhood members, a total of 26 hats and 25 scarves so far, with more on the way. The handmade goodies were knit to take to Grassroots on the upcoming Mitzvah Day. The....

Shabbat Shalom! Munchkin Minyan takes place tonight at 6pm — families with little ones are invited to this 45 minute service filled with music and movement, followed by a hearty finger-foods oneg. Our main sanctuary service begins at 8pm — don't miss this special all-music service, featuring Shir Isaiah and the TI band.

Torah study meets tomorrow morning at 9am in the library. Our sanctuary service will begin at 10am, where we'll celebrate Natalie's Bat Mitzvah — mazel tov to you and your family!

Will you be visiting the Hanukkah Shuk this Sunday?

Sisterhood and Men's Club are sponsoring this important event in the Health Series.

Shabbat Shalom! Don't Forget, there are NO services at Temple tonight — we hope you enjoy a wonderful Shabbat @ Home! Post a pic in the comments to show us your #shabbatathome

Shabbat & Schmooze begins tomorrow morning at 10am. Join us for a morning of warm, casual worship, Torah learning and a light Kiddush lunch.

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There won't be services this Friday? It's a Shabbat @ Home week, so members are encouraged to get together and celebrate Shabbat. Check the comments for resources to help make it fabulous.

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How to Host a Friendsgiving Shabbat

Thanksgiving is almost here; ReformJudaism.org has a great article on hosting a “Friendsgiving Shabbat.” https://reformjudaism.org/jewish-holidays/shabbat/how-host-friendsgiving-shabbat?utm_source=&utm_medium=email&utm_content=20191119&utm_campaign=Feature

reformjudaism.org Shabbat dinner parties are a great way for friends and family to connect, have fun, and engage in rewarding conversation – and for American Jews, the Thanksgiving weekend – when far-flung loved ones return home together for the secular holiday – can provide a perfect opportunity to make it hap...

We hope our students and parents are enjoying their Sunday morning while our Kulanu faculty come together with other teachers from around Howard County for a morning of learning.

Don't miss this year's Hanukkah Lunch & Learn, open to all TI members.

Men's Club has a great topic lined up for its next Brunch!

A little extra treat for Shabbat - a taste of the BEAUTIFUL pictures (taken by Kristin Goldscher - thank you!!!) from our Temple Isaiah 50th Anniversary weekend celebrating our Early Years, and featuring participation by Rabbi Stephen and Vickie Fuchs, as well as Cantor Richard D. Solomon. Enjoy, tag yourself and others, and feel free to share. Additional photos will be posted shortly at our website. Many more great celebrations to come as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations.

Featuring participation by Rabbi Stephen & Vickie Fuchs and Cantor Richard Solomon

Shabbat Shalom! Join us for services tonight at 7pm.

Torah study meets tomorrow morning at 9am in the library. Our sanctuary service begins at 10am, where we'll celebrate Ilyssa's Bat Mitzvah — mazel tov to you and your family!

Thank you to Howard County Executive Calvin Ball for being present at the "End the Blame, End the Shame" program last week. We were proud to host and to partner with so many great organizations in this important work of supporting families struggling with a loved one's addiction.

When it comes to substance abuse disorders, one of the biggest challenges we face is the opioid crisis. This is a crisis that, understandably, many do not feel comfortable talking about in our community. I was glad to meet with members of the Jewish community who are working to help change this ideal. Together, no matter our faith, we can speak up with one voice to end the stigma around seeking help.

Thank you to Carol Shapiro and Rabbi Axler of Temple Isaiah for your continued advocacy for the betterment of our community. I want to extend special thanks to Lisa Hillman, a local author who lost a son to addiction, for sharing your story with the community last night. When we come together like this, as a unified community, we have the power to save lives.

Sisterhood and Men’s Club are hosting this great event as part of the Health Series.

Have you registered yet for the Health Series session on keeping your skin healthy as you age?

Shabbat Shalom! Services begin tonight at 8pm.

Torah Study meets at 9am tomorrow morning in the library. Our sanctuary services will begin at 10am, where we'll celebrate Logan's Bar Mitzvah — Mazel Tov to you and your family!

Join the wider HoCo community for an interfaith Thanksgiving dinner and Service.

Do you have any good photos from the weekend events with Rabbi Fuchs? Please send them to [email protected] if you'd like them included in a photo gallery/blog post. Thanks!

Shabbat Shalom! Join us for services tonight at 8pm, featuring music from Shir Isaiah.

Torah study meets tomorrow morning at 9am in the library. Tot Shabbat will take place in the multi-purpose room at 10:30am. Our sanctuary service will begin at 10am, where we'll celebrate Noah's Bar Mitzvah — mazel tov to you and your family!

The Jewish Federation of Howard County is hosting a Safety & Security Summit with important information for houses of worship, non-profits, and small businesses. Please mark your calendars for this important event.

Shabbat Shalom! Join us tonight at 8pm when some of our youth group leaders will join Rabbi Axler and Cantor Droller on the bimah for a spirited Shabbat service!

Torah study meets tomorrow morning at 9am. At 10am our sanctuary service begins, where we'll celebrate Zachary's Bar Mitzvah—mazel tov to you and your family!

Enjoy the great outdoors with connecTIon this Shabbat! Contact [email protected] for more info.

Are you planning on being at the Mahjong Tournament in June? Just a heads up that Isaiah's Gifts will be open before the tournament, and again during lunch.

There's still time to get your registration in for the workshop on negotiating, sponsored by Men's Club. http://templeisaiah.org/ti-mens-club-hosts-negotiating-workshop/

Shabbat Shalom! Services tonight begin at 8pm. Our special guests will be Temple Isaiah congregant Larry Davis, and Beth Shalom congregant Barbara Greenfeld who will speak from the perspectives of individuals awaiting an organ transplant, those who have received one, and the tremendous need for and mitzvah of living and deceased donors. Rabbi Axler will discuss the Jewish philosophy of Pikuah Nefesh—to save a life. Services will be followed by a special oneg honoring those who are celebrating their 18th year as Temple Isaiah members.

Torah study meets tomorrow morning at 9am. Tot Shabbat begins at 10:30am in the multi-purpose room. Our sanctuary service will take place at 10am, where we'll celebrate Alex and Sydney's B'nai Mitzvah—mazel tov to you and your family!

Friday Night Services - 5-3-19

Shabbat Shalom! Families with young children are invited to Munchkin Minyan at 6pm in the sanctuary—a service full of music and movement, followed by a hearty finger-foods oneg.

Our Sanctuary service begins at 8pm.

Torah study meets tomorrow morning at 9am, and at 10am we celebrate the B'nai Mitzvah of Max and Jacob in our sanctuary service—mazel tov to you and your families!

Join DreamBuilders for an upcoming Mission Trip to Pittsburgh. No prior building experience necessary!

Isaiah's Gifts has all jewelry on sale 25% off during May!

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Giving Circle makes its allocation decisions! - Temple Isaiah

After a year of study, our Fifth Grade Family Giving Circle met to make allocation decisions. We're so proud of your hard work!

templeisaiah.org Earlier this month, fifth graders and their parents (or other caring adults) came together for the final gathering of the Fifth Grade Family Giving Circle. Families came together three times over the course of the year as part of Kulanu’s Family Education programming. During our time together we s...

Shabbat Evening 4-26-19 - Pesach Family Service

Shabbat Shalom! Services tonight begin at 7pm.

Torah Study will take place tomorrow at 9am, followed by a Yizkor Service around 10:15am.

Men's Club is sponsoring this great negotiating workshop with Dr. Jeff Kudisch. You can read more at http://templeisaiah.org/ti-mens-club-hosts-negotiating-workshop/

Join members of our Howard County Jewish community for Yom HaShoah.

May 5 is the last family volunteering opportunity until next Fall. Don't miss it!

Time to get your reservation in for Men's Club's annual Award Dinner & Shabbat.

If you plan on participating in TI Sisterhood's big Mahjong Tournament, you have till June 4 to get your registration in, but why wait?

From all of us at Temple Isaiah, Happy Passover and Shabbat Shalom! May this be a season where we find ourselves freed from the narrow places, marching hand in hand to the Promised Land.

Reminder: there will be no Shabbat service at Temple tonight. Torah study will take place tomorrow morning at 9am, followed by a brief Shabbat/Holiday service around 10:15am.

TI has a WHOLE YEAR of fantastic events planned to celebrate our 50th anniversary; mark your calendar for the first giant blowout, ISAIAH FEST! More details to come about all the amazing food, music, and activities for kids and adults.

Six13 - A Lion King Passover

Need some music to get into the holiday spirit? Check out the latest from Six13!

What do you like to listen to while preparing for Passover?

From the guys who brought you "Bohemian Chanukah": IT IS TIME... time for everyone's favorite unleavened holiday, and of course, the traditional Six13 music ...

Friday Night Services - 4-12-19 - Peer bar mitzvah

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Videos (show all)

Rabbi Craig Axler - Sermon 12-6-19 - Mah Tovu Ohalecha Ya'akov
Shabbat and Schmooze - with Rabbi Stephen Fuchs - for TI at 50
Friday Evening Service - 11-1-19 - Rabbi Stephen Fuchs for TI at 50
Friday Night Services - 5-3-19
Shabbat Evening 4-26-19 - Pesach Family Service
Friday Night Services - 4-12-19 - Peer bar mitzvah
Friday Night Services - 4-5-19 - Renaissance Shabbat with Shay Rubenstein

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12200 Scaggsville Rd
Fulton, MD
20759-2404
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