Union for Reform Judaism Member Congregation

UT Preschool

Founded in 1990, Union Temple Preschool has provided a generation of children with a solid foundation for their education.  We welcome children of all faiths and backgrounds to learn in our nurturing, play-based environment.

We guide young students in their social, emotional, and creative growth. They graduate excited and prepared to enter Kindergarten with confidence.

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UT Blog

June 21

A Prayer for Jerusalem, and for our People

Our Torah portion focuses on Korach, a member of the tribe of Levi. In fact the portion itself bears his name. Korach foments rebellion among the people, because he resents Moses’s leadership, which of course, was assigned by God. Korach is the paradigmatic troublemaker, because he deliberately tries to break the unity of the Children…Read on →

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Upcoming Services

 Shabbat Parashat Noach

This is Noah’s chronicle. Noah was a righteous man; in his generation, he was above reproach: Noah walked with God. – Genesis 6:9

Torah:  Genesis 6:9 – 11:32
Haftarah:  Isaiah 54:1 – 55:5

Friday, October 20

4:00PM: Fridays @ 4
6:30PM: Kabbalat Shabbat

Saturday, October 21

9:00AM: Shabbat Hevre
9:30AM: Out of the Shabbox
10:30AM: Shabbat Morning Service

 

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Contact Us

We are located at Grand Army Plaza in the heart of Brownstone Brooklyn.

Address:
17 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238
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Phone:
(718) 638-7600

Email:
info@uniontemple.org

Calendar

calendarPrograms for adults, families, and children are happening all the time at Union Temple.

You'll find Torah study, Tot Shabbat, stimulating lectures, book discussions, holiday celebrations, and more.

Find everything that is coming up on our calendar.

Join Us

At Union Temple we pray together to lift our hearts and spirits and we grapple with the profound question: how do we choose to live?

Looking for a truly transformative Jewish experience? Join us in prayer and in the active pursuit of peace and justice.

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Our Rabbi

rabbi-goodmanA native New Yorker, Rabbi Goodman has been our spiritual leader since 1992.

An inspiring teacher and prayer leader she is also an ardent champion of women's rights, first woman President of the New York Board of Rabbis, and mentor to many.

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