Weather permitting, services are held in our sukkah on Erev Sukkot in addition to our All-Community celebration during the holiday. Order Lulav and Etrog for Sukkot.
On Erev Simchat Torah we unroll the Torah around the sanctuary so all can see. After the readings from the end and the beginning, we re-roll the scroll in order to begin again.
On the first Friday night which includes Hanukkah, the Temple has a very special service which is illuminated by the glow of dozens of menorahs in the midst of the congregation. You won't want to miss this.
Each year the Micah community joins together to celebrate the new year for trees.
Purim is Temple Micah's "mardi gras" with costumes and much noise and merry making. Members of all ages are encouraged to dress in costume.
In addition to the service conducted at the end of Passover, the community celebrates a seder on the Saturday evening during the holiday.
Service to commemorate the Holocaust.
Each year in connection with Shavuot we often conduct a service to celebrate the graduation of our high school class.
Candle-lit, meditative service commemorating the destruction of the Temple and includes the chanting of Lamentations (Aycha).
Mark Your Calendar
Monday, July 15, 2013. 07:15 pm - 08:30 pm. Erev Tisha B'Av at Temple Micah Sanctuary. Candle-lit service with seating on floor: bring candlesticks and cushions.
Wednesday, September 18, 2013. 06:30 pm - 08:00 pm. Erev Sukkot Services at The Sukkah. Oneg at 6:30, Service at 7:00 both in the sukkah.