Shabbat Services

Regular Shabbat services are held using Mishkan T’filah: A Reform Siddur – the newest prayer book of Reform Judaism. Music for the regular service ranges from pianist and soloist, or our volunteer choir – Shir Chadash. Our services feature many songs – familiar ones and some that may be new to you.

The Temple Choir

Shir Chadash is The Temple’s intergenerational choir. It consists of a growing membership of singers who enjoy sharing the gift of their music with the congregation.

Adult Education

The Temple offers a wide variety of Jewish educational opportunities for adults.


The Temple Brotherhood financially supports Chavurat Shalom, Youth Group TILTY, Camp GUCI Scholarships, Trager Early Child Education Center, College Outreach Programs, JFCS Food Pantry, B’Nai Mitzvah Bibles, Confirmation Kiddush Cups, New Member Welcome Baskets, Adopt a Family, Jewish Film Festival, Habitat for Humanity, and the Softball Team. Our main projects include The Book of Remembrance and The Brotherhood Chanukah Dinner.


WRJ/Temple Sisterhood is a very active part of our Temple Family. We are responsible for our beautiful Oneg Shabbats. We run and manage our gorgeous Temple Gift Shop, which is entirely volunteer and helps support our many charitable contributions, including our own Temple. The Gift Shop our main fundraiser. We also give toward GUCI camp scholarships and help with the “Adopt-a-Family” program.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Temple has a wide range of volunteer opportunities available for both Jewish and non-Jewish projects.