Temple Jeremiah’s dedication of its remodeled sanctuary on December 13, 2002 recognized the inspirational leadership of Rabbi Emeritus Robert D. Schreibman.
These accommodations, along with improved acoustics, lighting, chairs, artwork, redesigned parking lots and overall reconfiguration and beautification of the synagogue, have resulted in a more comfortable, intimate worship space for congregants and clergy. In addition, with the help of a grant from the Pathways Awareness Foundation, Temple Jeremiah was able to install handicapped accessible doors at its south entry in 2007, making our house of worship completely accessible to all.
The sanctuary was dedicated in honor of Rabbi Schreibman for providing over 25 years of inspirational leadership to Temple Jeremiah. During his tenure, the synagogue grew from under 300 families to over 800. Rabbi Schreibman was instrumental in establishing youth groups, adult Hebrew and adult education classes, Mitzvah Day and countless other programs and events.
In 2012, the sanctuary was enhanced again, thanks to a generous donation from Valerie and Mitchell Slotnick. Our sanctuary now has new acoustic panels, a new reading table, bookshelves, and many other features.