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Do Justly.
Love Mercy.
Walk Humbly.

These are not simply words. They are actions that guide us. With all of the pressures we face in life, we believe spirituality shouldn’t be one of them. Everyone has their own journey and we honor that.

Temple Micah is a place that honors Jewish tradition, but it is truly our people that make us unique. We are grounded in the nourishing roots of community while celebrating individual equity.

If you are curious about our accessible and welcoming approach to Judaism, we invite you to come visit a service, an event or simply walk around and get a feel for what Temple Micah is all about.

Our door is open.

September 2022

High Holy Days 2022

Rabbi Adam Morris and the Temple Micah community look forward to our 5783 High Holy Days experience.

Rabbi Mo's Musings

May I Have a WORD With You?! - RETURN

RETURN – תּשׁוּבָה – Teshuvah If you find yourself at this time of year connecting in any way with the Jewish community you might come across the word, תּשׁוּבָה – Teshuvah. We spend the first ten days of our New Year – and technically the last month of the previous…

May I Have a WORD With You?! - CURSE

Curse – אָֽרָה – Arah “Put a curse upon this people for me.” (Number 22:6) I feel like a lot like cursing. The last few weeks have given all of us a lot to fret, worry, fear, get angry …. to curse about. It is not simply the colloquial sense…

May I Have A WORD With You?! – FULL

Sovah – שֹׂבַע – Full “… you shall eat your fill of bread … “ (Leviticus 26:5) I love food. I love to eat so much so, that quite often even though there may not be room in my stomach for more food … the taste, the sensations, the feelings…
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Youth Education

As autumn approaches, change is in the air and we re-focus on learning. Temple Micah offers an array of educational programs. Discover the right fit for your family and register now.

I appreciate how inclusive and welcoming Temple Micah is and how as a community we are always striving to do better, whether adjusting to best meet our community’s needs or with social justice initiatives.”
Jen Nassi