Jan 2022

Shalom & Welcome!

The Temple – Congregation Adath Israel Brith Sholom is Kentucky’s oldest and largest Jewish synagogue. Chartered in 1843, The Temple was the sixth Reform congregation established in America. Today, we are a vibrant community that provides a warm welcome to all who seek a Jewish home, with a wide variety of religious, spiritual, and engagement opportunities for children, adults, parents, and seniors; meaningful efforts to heal the world through social justice; and events featuring nationally known speakers, musicians, and more.

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WEEKLY CLASSES

MONDAY (Starting Fall 2021)

6:00 pm Basic Judaism

6:00 pm Advanced Hebrew with Rabbi Rapport

7:00 pm Text Study with Rabbi David


WEDNESDAY (Starting Fall 2021)

9:30 am Temple Scholars with Rabbi David

10:45 am Temple Scholars with Rabbi Rapport


SATURDAY

9:00 am Torah Study with Rabbi David

12:15 pm Rebbe’s Tisch with Rabbi Rapport *during luncheons only*

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The Temple Where Jewish Tradition Meets Tomorrow

TORAH TIDBITS

Torah Tidbits

SERVICES

MONDAY

7:30 am Morning Minyan


FRIDAY

7:00 pm Shabbat Service *live streamed & in person*

8:00 pm Oneg Shabbat

***We host one Friday night Shabbat service, including any guests or events.

SATURDAY

9:00 am Torah Study

10:30 am Shabbat Service *live streamed & in person*

***Friday and Saturday services remain at the scheduled times, regardless of weather.

Highlights from The Temple

An Appeal on Behalf of our Commonwealth

Kentucky was hard hit last week by multiple tornados and we are just now beginning to reckon the scope of the damage and loss of life. At least 74 Kentuckians in 10 counties have died, thousands of homes have been destroyed. Governor Beshear has declared a State of Emergency, the National Guard has deployed rescue teams across the State, and President Biden is on his way to survey the damage tomorrow. It seems clear that this will be remembered as the worst tornado event our Commonwealth has ever endured and our friends and neighbors in Western Kentucky have been hardest hit. We offer our prayers and support, particularly to the cities of Mayfield, Dawson Springs, and Bowling Green where dozens have died and homes have been devastated.