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 2022


6:00 pm Text Study with Rabbi David

6:00 pm Beginning Hebrew with Mark Goldstein

7:00 pm Intro to Judaism with Cantor Lauren and Rabbi David


9:30 am Temple Scholars with Rabbi David

10:45 am Temple Scholars with Cantor Lauren


9:00 am Torah Study with Rabbi David


The Temple Where Jewish Tradition Meets Tomorrow


Torah Tidbits



7:30 am Morning Minyan


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.


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

Strength In Series

Strength in Faith

The Temple is where our Jewish lives are nurtured through community, learning, and spirituality. Rabbi David and Cantor Lauren are at once our teachers, our counselors, our sources of inspiration, and our conductors. They lead our Jewish life-cycle celebrations, support us in times of crisis, and offer positive experiences that fulfill our lives. We asked Rabbi David and Cantor Lauren to tell us about their vocations to serve, teach, and preserve our Jewish legacy to hand down through the generations. Their answers explain how our collective voices, prayers, and connections link us to the meaning of life and the Divine