אַתָּה נוֹתֵן יָד You Extend a Hand a daily email series compiled by Isaac Sonett-Assor Ata Notein Yad. You extend a hand to those who are lost. We recite these words as Yom Kippur comes to a close. We pray that the gates of teshuvah, of return, will be kept open just a bit longer… Continue Reading Elul Project 5782: You Extend a Hand
By Rabbi Stephanie Crawley God of Mercy, God of Plague God of Compassion, God of Righteous Anger Teach us how to choose Between the thunder and the dew Between the match and the tear Tell us when to pray and when to yell Shout for the welfare of the… Continue Reading Prayer for Our Power, Prayer for Our Choice
We’re refreshing our sanctuary’s audiovisual systems—and we hope you’ll never notice. By Debra Winter If you’ve joined us for services via Zoom lately, you may have experienced diminished audio quality, unbalanced sound, or other technical issues. I’d like to start by thanking you for your patience! As we’ve returned to worship together in the sanctuary… Continue Reading Updates Ahead for Our Sanctuary
Temple Micah Members, As we begin Temple Micah’s new fiscal year, we have much to be grateful for. Our Micah community has shown up time and time again throughout the past year. Through both Zoom gatherings and joyful returns to the building, we have remained connected—celebrating, holding each other in times of need, learning and… Continue Reading Fair Share Pledge Renewal
By Rabbi Daniel G. Zemel I am more and more concerned about the direction of our country and fear what we are becoming: an illiberal democracy. As an American Jew, I search my deepest recesses for Jewish insight as to how to proceed, how to act, how to respond to the grave threats jeopardizing our… Continue Reading How Did We Get Here?
The Temple Micah choir has been a source of great beauty, meaning, and pride in our community for many years, and music during our High Holy Day services elevates the worship experience for all of us. After two long years away, we are thrilled to be BACK and rehearsing for this year’s High Holy Days.… Continue Reading Sing with us for High Holy Days!