Central Reform Temple offers a broad variety of creative religious, educational, social and community service activities. We respond to the many different interests and needs of our congregation and community. Most of these events are free and open to the public. Check back often for updates!
Join in the conversation about “the Golden Age’ of Jewish/Muslim/Christian Co-Existence” in Spain from the 9-14th centuries – until the Expulsion of the Jews and Muslims in 1492, when Jews and Muslims (called Moors in Portugal and Spain) lived harmoniously and respectfully with one another. How did that happen, and what helped to make it work? If you are able to join us for this meeting, please email Jennifer Coplon at email@example.com and she will provide you with links to articles to read in order to prepare for this conversation. New attendees are always welcome and encouraged to join us! Our discussions are always spirited and informative, building community with one another.
Another great way to build community between our two cultures and faiths is to host a Turkish family at your home for a meal—be it a Shabbat dinner or just a family get- together. To do this or to find out more please contact Jennifer or Jill Silverstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a new play on the state of racial conflict in America. For more information and to purchase tickets go to artsemerson.org. This is followed by a discussion over coffee or dinner. Get your tickets directly from the Theatre Box Office now!