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Registration is Open for Religious School 2020-21

“The more Torah, the more life” – Pirkei Avot 2:7 Union Temple Religious School 2020-21/5781: REGISTRATION UPDATE Over the past several months the Covid-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented changes and challenges to our lives. Something that remains unchanging is our commitment to providing an enriching and supportive communal Jewish learning environment for all, whether our…Read on →

Ways to Help Keep Calm During the Pandemic by Dr. Rabbi Michele B. Medwin, D.Mi. LMHC

I have spoken to many people who are getting anxious about having to be home and worrying about themselves, friends, and family. I am going to put on my mental health counseling hat and offer some ways to help you cope with the stress you are feeling. First, know that it will pass. We may…Read on →

UT Covid-19 Information: Synagogue Closure & Livestreaming

Given the rapidly changing facts on the ground and guidance we have received from public health officials, we have made the difficult decision to close the Union Temple building for all synagogue programming, including Religious School, Preschool, and Shabbat Services. We will be reassessing this decision as new information and guidance becomes available and determining…Read on →

Make Payments Online

Make payments online via PayPal! To pay Membership Dues click here. You now have the ability to pay your dues in installments. We offer the options of a one-time, quarterly or monthly payment. See the “Choose Installment Frequency” box before you click the “Pay Now” button. To pay Religious School tuition, and other types of…Read on →

Mi Shebeirach - Prayer for Healing Image: ReformJudaism.org

Add a Name to the Mi Shebeirach list

During Shabbat services we recite the names of family members and friends of our congregants who are ill and sing the Mi Shebeirach (a prayer for healing). Add the name of a loved one to our list by writing to Rabbi Stephanie Kolin. We begin a new list at the start of every month so please…Read on →

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All Friday Night Services at 6:30PM

 All Shabbat Evening services will begin at 6:30PM including those on Fourth Friday. Please check the Shabbat page to learn about the detailed schedule for each of our four distinct Friday night services, about Saturday morning services, and about our Shabbat programs for children. The weekly Shabbat service schedule can be found on the homepage…Read on →

Mishkan Hanefesh. Union Temples High Holy Day Prayerbooks.

Donate High Holy Day Prayerbooks

Dedicate one or more sets of our beautiful and inspiring new High Holy Day Machzor of the Reform Movement, Mishkan HaNefesh, in honor or in memory of someone you love or make a gift to Union Temple in your own name. This new prayerbook is the result of years of effort to create a more…Read on →