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Different, But the Same

This is my final column as your Intentional Interim Rabbi (2018–2019), a chance to look back on the year past, and to peek around the corner at what is yet to come. “Much will be the same this year, and much will be different,” I wrote in my first column last fall. And so it…Read on →

Looking Back and Moving Forward

What better way to look backward and forward at the same time than to listen to the voices of our temple’s children. How much they have grown over their few short years. How blessed we are to know that they are our collective future! Over the course of my tenure at Union Temple this year,…Read on →

The Fifth Commandment

Honor your father and your mother, that you may long endure on the land that Eternal your God is assigning to you. (Exodus 20.12) A conceptual observation and a personal reflection, if I may, both of which you have probably heard from me before. But I would ask your indulgence, as both seem to be…Read on →

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PJ Library Grant to UT Renewed

Union Temple’s participation in the fantastic and popular PJ Library program will be continuing through 2017 due to a generous grant from the UJA-WRJ YES Fund. Library mails free, high-quality Jewish children’s literature and music to families with young children across the continent on a monthly basis. PJ Library is a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, made possible…Read on →

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UT Receives Grant from the I*Express and Coalition of Innovating Congregations

Union Temple received funding for Religious School Camp/Retreat programs for the 2015-2015 and 2015-2016 school year from I*Express a program of the Coalition of Innovating Congregations which is funded from UJA Federation and The Jewish Education Project. I*Express is designed to propel congregations forward in their practice of engaging children and their families in meaningful Jewish…Read on →

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UT Selected for UJA Pilot Inclusion Project

We are excited to announce that as of May 2015 UT is now part of a cohort of 6-10 synagogues participating in the UJA-Federation Synagogue Inclusion Project “House of Learning for all People: Opening Our Synagogues to Include People with Disabilities.