Welcome!

Temple Judea is a vibrant, active congregation in which traditional Jewish rituals are integrated with contemporary forms of expression. We offer inspiring religious services that appeal to Jews from a wide range of backgrounds.

Membership in our caring Jewish community offers many opportunities to celebrate all life cycle events, and to develop new friendships, by joining one of our many Havurot. Families, couples and individuals celebrate, baby namings, b’nai mitzvah, weddings, renewal of wedding vows, birthdays and anniversaries in the company of family, friends and extended family. Our lecture series features speakers who address issues of current interest to this country, Israel and the world at large.

Our members share a special feeling of community on holidays throughout the year, enhanced by the beauty and comfort of our sanctuary and chapel. The Temple’s social functions encompass traditional Jewish holidays as well as other special occasions, answering the spiritual and secular needs of an enriched Jewish life.

Whether you are new to our area or just new to our congregation, we hope that you will find your spiritual home with us here at Temple Judea.

**July 2021 – Update on In-Person Services**

It was evening, it was morning, the FIRST day. It was good!

As we start back slowly for services in-person, step-by-step, we are beginning Shabbat morning 10:00 am Saturday, July 24th.

Initial guidelines to keep us all safe:
(may change as health conditions change)

Pre-registration required to attend service in-person. Pre-register on-line, or call the office. If you do not pre-register, you will not be able to enter.

Proof of vaccination is required to attend services. Please send to the office via hardcopy, photo, email.

Service will start at 10:00 am, being targeted to end at approximately 11:30 am

There will be no Kiddush or lunch after services. Access to our Shabbat service will continue online.

Your officers, board of directors & clergy will continue to work together to provide safe access to Temple Judea and to follow the applicable guidelines for our situation.