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Hanukkah Menorah Lighting

Thank you Everyone for joining us last night for Hanukkah! We had an Outdoor Hanukkah Menorah Lighting, Young Adult Crafts, Goodnight Tots, Religious School Centers, and Indoor Hanukkah Menorah Lighting.

We value your membership and appreciate your ongoing support of The Temple.   

Event Descriptions:

Hanukkah Menorah Lighting

As Hanukkah quickly approaches, all of us at The Temple wish you an early Hanukkah Sameach! As we prepare for this year’s Festival of Lights, we want to keep everyone informed on this year’s Hanukkah Menorah Lighting.

On Monday, November 29 and Sunday, December 5, from 5:15 – 5:30pm, we will gather in the Mishkan T’filah (our outdoor chapel, behind the Klein Center) to light up our beautiful Hanukkah Menorah! Everyone is invited for outdoor singing and a brief outdoor service, with hot chocolate and jelly donuts to follow provided by WRJ/Sisterhood. Please RSVP and let us know how many members of your household will attend. Masks are optional, as this is a completely outdoor event.

Young Adult Hanukkah Crafts & Cocktails

Join The Temple Young Adults on Saturday, December 4 in the Heideman Auditorium from 6-8 pm for a night of Hanukkah-themed crafting and cocktails! Decorate your own hanukkiah, dreidels, and other fun crafts while you mix and mingle with other Temple young adults. Our menu will include bagels and other pastries, hot cocoa, and a selection of wine, beer, and hard seltzers. Ages 21+ only, vaccination required. To RSVP, please fill out the form below. Limited spots are available! RSVP by Friday, December 3.

Goodnight Tots, Goodnight Shabbat

Please join us for a Tot Havdalah with arts and crafts, special treats, stories, and songs. Come Zoom in your pajamas to say goodnight to Shabbat (and the adults can then say goodnight to their tots).

RSVPs will be required in order for your tots to receive their special bags. Please make sure to save the date as this will be a wonderful family event!

Happy Hour and Dinner

Thank you to everyone who joined us for The Temple’s Happy Hour and Dinner! We had over 140 Temple members attend. We enjoyed a beautiful night with music, delicious food, and wonderful company. Thanks to all who attended!

We value your membership and appreciate your ongoing support of The Temple.   

Event Description:

We’re excited to invite you to an incredible outdoor event where you can safely reconnect with other Temple members!

On Thursday, October 21, Happy Hour and Dinner starts at 5:30 pm in the back parking lot, by The Klein Center. You’re invited to enjoy food from a local food truck and a full bar, courtesy of Heaven Hill. The best part is – the night is free of charge – to show our appreciation for our Temple members!

Please mark your calendar – it’s an evening for-members-only to enjoy live entertainment, delicious drinks, food, and plenty of fun. Please be sure to RSVP here or call Santa at The Temple office 502-423-1818.

Looking forward to seeing you!

Your Temple Team
Avery, Benji, Craig, Gene, Santa, Sarah, Terry, Rabbi David, & Rabbi Rapport

Thank you to everyone who joined us for The Temple’s Happy Hour and Dinner! We enjoyed a beautiful night with music, delicious food, and wonderful company. Thanks to all who attended! We’re excited to invite you to an incredible outdoor event where you can safely reconnect with other Temple members! On Thursday, October 21, Happy Hour and Dinner starts at 5:30 pm in the back parking lot, by The Klein Center. You’re invited to enjoy food from a local food truck and a full bar, courtesy of Heaven Hill. The best part is – the night is free of charge – to show our appreciation for our Temple members! Please mark your calendar – it’s an evening for-members-only to enjoy live entertainment, delicious drinks, food, and plenty of fun. Please be sure to RSVP here or call Santa at The Temple office 502-423-1818. Looking forward to seeing you! Your Temple Team Avery, Benji, Craig, Gene, Santa, Sarah, Terry, Rabbi David, & Rabbi Rapport
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Drive-In Movie Night

Thank you to everyone who joined us for The Temple’s first-ever Drive-In Movie Night! We enjoyed a beautiful night under the stars with snacks, assigned parking spaces, social-distancing and donated non-perishables for our local food pantry. Thanks to all who attended!

Event Description:

You’re invited to a date at the drive-in! On October 17, The Temple will host a family movie night, under the stars, in our front parking lot. We’ll set up a big screen in our front parking lot and every car gets free snacks as they enter.

Based on an overwhelming member vote – we’ll feature The Secret Life of Pets 2. If you have not yet RSVP’d, please do so ASAP.

The Temple will follow social-distancing guidelines and require all participants to RSVP prior to the event and wear masks. Cars will be spaced out to maintain a social distance so everyone can relax and enjoy the movie. Restrooms in the building will be available, children will need to be chaperoned.  Safety is our #1 priority.

This event is free of charge with your donation of a blanket or food pantry item. See you at the drive-in!

Thank you everyone for joining us for our first Drive-In Movie Night. We passed out snacks and treats, assign spots at a social distance, and donated goods for local causes. Thank you everyone who came! You’re invited to a date at the drive-in! On October 17, The Temple will host a family movie night, under the stars, in our front parking lot. We’ll set up a big screen in our front parking lot and every car gets free snacks as they enter. Based on an overwhelming member vote – we’ll feature The Secret Life of Pets 2. If you have not yet RSVP’d, please do so ASAP. The Temple will follow social-distancing guidelines and require all participants to RSVP prior to the event and wear masks. Cars will be spaced out to maintain a social distance so everyone can relax and enjoy the movie. Restrooms in the building will be available, children will need to be chaperoned. Safety is our #1 priority. This event is free of charge with your donation of a blanket or food pantry item. See you at the drive-in!

MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of The Temple is to:

  • Be a center for Reform Judaism in Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Provide spiritual guidance and strength through the practice of Judaism

  • Emphasize the ideals and objectives of Reform Judaism through worship, education, congregational programming, social justice, and our community relationships

  • Promote the perpetuation of our Jewish heritage