Temple Isaiah offers many opportunities for congregants to learn and socialize with one another. We encourage our members to build deeper relationships through Chavurot.
Chavurot are self-directed micro communities that typically plan activities that build friendships and celebrate Jewish life. Based on shared interests, each group defines its own goals and means for sharing time together. They might share a Shabbat dinner, go on family outings, celebrate the holidays together, learn with a teacher or clergy or participate in other creative activities. Chavurot meet once a month based on the schedules and interests of the members.
Joining a chavurah can make temple participation more meaningful and help facilitate a deeper sense of connection to the greater temple community.