Welcome to Temple Israel…
Established in 1873 and a founding member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), we are one of the oldest and most renowned congregations in the American Jewish experience.
- Serving families from Charleston and surrounding areas of West Virginia
- Offering an engaging array of education classes, enrichment programs, visiting scholars, concerts, and social opportunities
- Active Temple Sisterhood affiliated with the WRJ
- Energetic participation in community social action and interfaith relationship building
- A community that treasures its diversity in all its forms – age, marital or partnership status, gender identity, sexual orientation, race and ethnicity
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to TEMPLE MEMBERS
A Special Meeting of the Congregation will be held
at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, 2019.
As a Member, we have mailed you a notice describing the purposes for holding this Special Meeting.
We hope to see you on April 4!!
Welcome, Rabbi Joe Blair
We welcomed Rabbi Joe Blair as the rabbi of our Congregation on July 1. Please read Rabbi Blair’s bio here.
Watch your mail for your Sisterhood Holland Bulb Sale mailing, which will be coming to you sometime in April.
Temple Israel congregational Passover Seder
Friday, April 19 at 6 PM
Your pre-paid reservations are due no later than Friday, April 12.
Please make checks payable to Temple Israel and mail to Temple Israel, 2312 Kanawha Blvd. E., Charleston WV 25311.
The Seder is open to members of the Jewish community and their families. If you wish to bring guests other than your family, please check with Rabbi Blair before inviting them.
Due to the expense of the food we must purchase and having to order table linens in time for the event, we ask that Seder reservations, along with pre-payment, be received in the Temple office no later than Friday, April 12.
Please mail your check to the Temple to confirm your reservation as soon as possible.
Cost of the meal:
Students (all ages): $5
Please notify us of any special dietary needs well in advance of the event. Let us know if you will need a high chair or booster seat. Let us know of any seating preference, which will be accommodated as much as possible. The most we can seat at one table is 12 people.
For information about
Weather Related Cancellations
and listen to the
Charleston Death Café next meeting will be April 28.
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