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.
Next Wednesday night and Thursday we will celebrate the 70th anniversary of independence of the State of Israel. For the Jewish people, the establishment of the state was a modern miracle. And, even while dealing with serious internal and international problems, like any modern nation, Israel’s life continues to be miraculous. For my commentary this…Read on →
The Eternal One spoke to Moses, saying: “When you take a census of the Israelite men according to their army enrollment, each shall pay the Eternal a ransom for himself on being enrolled, that no plague may come upon them through their being enrolled.” – Exodus 30:11-12
Torah: Exodus 30:11-34:35
Haftarah: I Kings 18:1-39
Friday, February 26
4:00 PM: Fridays @ 4
Tot Shabbat singing, dancing and stories for children up to age 5.
6:30 PM: Kabbalat Shabbat
7:30 PM: Catered Dinner ($10; RSVP)
8:30 PM: Transition to Independence Act with Lorri Gumanow
Saturday, February 27
9:00AM: Shabbat Hevre
Mishlei: The Book of Proverbs. Morning study with bagels and coffee.
9:30AM: Out of the Shabbox
Music and storytelling for children up to age 5.
10:30AM: Shabbat Morning Service
Programs 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.
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?
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A 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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