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Apply Now for the Toddie Gray and Diane Mary Katz Scholarship

By |2022-03-15T11:38:49-05:00March 15, 2022|

In memory of Toddie Gray and Diane Mary Katz, a college scholarship is awarded each year to a graduating Temple Jeremiah high school senior who has actively participated in or provided service to the Temple or his/her/their school. To apply, students entering their first year of college in the

COVID-19 Advisory Task Force Update – March 15th, 2022

By |2022-03-15T10:47:00-05:00March 15, 2022|

COVID-19 Advisory Task Force Update - December 15th, 2021 Beloved Friends, Patience, understanding, and flexibility are three of the key middot, core values, that guided us in the planning and implementation of our COVID-19 protocols. We are so grateful to have safely and meaningfully reached this point.

By |2022-03-04T08:35:03-06:00March 4, 2022|

March 4, 2022 Beloved Friends, This week’s Torah portion, Pekudei, is the last one of the book of Exodus. Upon completion of the community building project of creating the Mishkan, the portable sanctuary, Moses blesses the community. Working together in our Temple Jeremiah community in true partnership and cooperation

Shabbat P’kudei

By |2022-03-03T09:43:26-06:00March 3, 2022|

Shalom, This week we read the Torah portion, P’kudei. This portion is special because it is the concluding chapter in the book of Exodus. When we finish reading each of the five books of the Torah, we say in unison: Chazak Chazak V’Nitchazek; or “Let us be strong, let us be

Nominating Report for the 2022/2023 Programming Year

By |2022-04-07T11:17:18-05:00March 2, 2022|

March 7, 2022 To the members of Temple Jeremiah: Please be advised that the Nominating Committee, having been duly appointed under Article V, Section 2 of the by-laws of Temple Jeremiah, has nominated the following slate of officers and directors to be voted upon at the Annual Meeting scheduled for

Shabbat Ki Tisa

By |2022-02-15T15:57:42-06:00February 15, 2022|

If you wander down the office hallway at temple, you can usually see straight into my office. For most people, the first thing they notice is a lot of brightly colored objects on the table and shelves, seemingly toys. Usually, it doesn’t take long for someone to reach for

Tax Report FAQ

By |2022-02-03T11:16:39-06:00February 2, 2022|

You just received your tax report but still have questions. We are happy to help you out. What is a Tax Report? A tax report summarizes your deductible contributions made in the previous tax year. This includes your annual commitment and donations. It is always a good idea to

Shabbat Vayeishev

By |2021-11-23T11:11:17-06:00November 22, 2021|

“J-J-J-Joseph, you know what they say!” Ah, the memories so many of us have, singing all the hits from the musical, “Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.” While many of us have trouble even remembering what we ate for dinner last week, if you ask us to recite the colors of

Shabbat Vayetzei

By |2021-11-09T15:58:54-06:00November 9, 2021|

In this week’s Torah portion, Vayetzei, we read the famous story of Jacob’s ladder. Our ancestor, Jacob, dreams of a ladder stretching up to the heavens, with angels climbing from top to bottom. God is beside Jacob, promising that his descendants will spread to the ends of the earth


By |2021-08-13T13:10:46-05:00August 11, 2021|

COVID UPDATE – AUGUST 11, 2021  We continue to keep Pikuach Nefesh, the preservation and protection of life, front, and center in all of our planning and decision making. This one command supersedes almost every other command in our Jewish tradition. We are committed to informing you of updates to Temple safety policies for gathering in worship,

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