July 2024

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.

Join us at these upcoming events

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Starting Fall 2023


6:00 pm Text Study with Rabbi David

6:00 pm Beginning Hebrew with Mark Goldstein

7:00 pm Intro to Judaism with Rabbi David


9:30 am Temple Scholars with Rabbi David


9:00 am Torah Study with Rabbi David


The Temple Where Jewish Tradition Meets Tomorrow


Torah Tidbits

Highlights from The Temple

Strength In Series

Strength in Art: Sisterhood and Brotherhood

Generalizations can be misleading, but it’s probably fair to say that most religious institutions count auxiliary groups under their organizational umbrellas–groups that provide service and support to the institution. At The Temple, these groups are the Brotherhood and the WRJ/Sisterhood. A quick glance at The Temple’s history indicates that they go back as far as The Temple itself, and to the Temples that preceded. What drives their longevity? In a word, Brotherhood and WRJ/Sisterhood have proven to be indispensable over time.
But there’s more to both than service, support, and longevity. Being indispensable also means evolving, adjusting, and adapting to meet changing conditions and expectations.

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