Temple Micah is a teaching, caring and doing congregation. We are at once traditional and innovative, combining a good helping of time-honored ritual with groundbreaking, new approaches to Jewish life. We put a premium on creativity, experimentation and learning. We urge every member to join us in a meaningful religious journey and to build personal connections through active participation in the life of our community.
We respect and love our senior rabbi, Daniel G. Zemel, for his intellectual rigor, his devotion to Judaism, his spiritual guidance and his unparalleled humor.
Social action is of supreme importance to us: We create a tzedakah project for every Jewish holiday to remind us that our religion requires that we help heal the world. Our b’nai mitzvah students take on special projects that mean something to them.
We have fun. We delight in delicious food, and raise money by preparing gourmet meals for each other. Exquisite music adds beauty and emotional richness to our services, and our youth and adult choirs allow many congregants to join in the creation of something extraordinary. Our children are active, central participants in temple life.
Please read our defining values. Check back for our 2014-15 Program Guide. We welcome a visit from you.