ABOUT Temple Israel

We are so happy you could join us. Temple Israel is, and has been for 100 years, the place in Tulsa where Reform Jews can gather to explore and enrich our Jewish identity. Temple Israel is affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism. We are a diverse and inclusive community.

We are a congregation of 375 families and are active participants in Jewish traditions and innovations. We value and embrace: dynamic programming, prayer and spirituality, life-long learning and study, meaningful life-cycle occasions, community connections across the generations, social justice and civic responsibility.

The Temple Israel Family looks forward to warmly welcoming you!

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Friday, March 3 | 6:00 p.m.
Teacher Appreciation Shabbat
The entire Temple Israel family is invited to celebrate Shabbat. Music will be led by Cantor Faith Steinsnyder, the TI band and Youth Choir - come add your voice! We will honor all our teachers and students. March birthdays will be invited to the bima for a special blessing. Prayers will be on the big screen, and siddurim (prayer books) will also be available. Students of all ages, do not forget to let the TI office know how many guests you will be bringing with you.

Shabbat dinner catered by Just Catering by Orr follows the service. RSVP by Tuesday, February 28 by contacting Jory at reservations@templetulsa.com, calling the TI office at (918) 747-1309, or by using this link: http://www.templetulsa.com/rsvp-for-events. $13/adult; $5/child; under age 5 free. Teachers and their families are complimentary. Additional donations are welcome. Thank you to The Sharna and Irvin Frank Foundation for supporting our Shabbat dinner and community.

The menu includes: challah, tomato soup with grilled cheese croutons, salmon in a lemon butter sauce, orzo, and roasted potatoes. Grilled cheese for the kids, vegetable lasagna with alfredo sauce for vegetarians and a grilled vegetable stack for vegans. Fruit and gelato for dessert.

Saturday, March 4 | 10:30 a.m.
Shabbat Morning Minyan
All are welcome to join us for participatory prayer, and Torah reading and study, followed by a Kiddush lunch. If you are able to, please bring a dish to share. Be part of our warm and caring minyan.


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