In the social hall twelve smiling cooks face the camera with arms around each other. Most are wearing matching purple aprons that say Temple Micah on them. Two are wear white chef smocks. In front of them is a table decorated with tulips and fresh food.

Hineni Caring Committee

The Hineni (“I am here”) Caring Committee provides comfort to members who are ailing. Learn more.

Micah Cooks – Special Events Catering

Micah Cooks has catered hundreds of Temple Micah events, especially B’nai Mitzvahs, for nearly 30 years. We are a volunteer group of more than 50 members who are cooks, bakers, and shoppers — all helping to build community through food! All of our profits are used to support Temple Micah programs. To learn more about us, to join us, or to consult with us about an event*, please contact

Sacred Circle DanceIn the Temple Micah sanctuary, a group of 25 dancers hold hands in a circle. They gently dance around a cloth and light in the center of the floor. Some wear flowy dresses.. Some are shoeless.

Sacred circle dances are moving meditations that embody and integrate mind, body, and spirit. These simple, gentle dances have special meditative qualities and ancient roots in music and dance from around the world. No previous dance experience or partners necessary. All dances are simple and each will be taught every time. Participants with mobility difficulties are welcome. Facilitated by Evelyn Torton Beck, Ph. D.

Sukkat Shalom (Shelter of Peace)

Sukkat Shalom (Shelter of Peace) is Temple Micah’s initiative to help welcome refugees to the United States and to our community. Learn more.

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