Groups at Temple Isaiah

Temple Isaiah promotes Jewish culture and heritage through holiday celebrations, Israel-related programming, and Jewish education. The key component to engaging our congregation is providing wonderful opportunities for our community to participate and join groups that have been organized and sustained by members of our congregation.

Our group opportunities include:

Isaiah Women - Isaiah Women (IW), our temple’s sisterhood, offers women various opportunities and programs to promote leadership, learn together, engage in social causes, and build relationships. read more

Isaiah Men's Group - Isaiah Men’s Group (IMG) provides opportunities for male congregants to get more involved with the Temple and connect with other Isaiah members. read more

Isaiah Mothers Alliance - Mommying with Meaning. The goal of Isaiah Mothers Allience (IMA) is to create a sisterhood of women who support, learn and travel together on a sacred journey.  We use Jewish wisdom and ritual to bring meaning into our lives and the lives of our families. read more

Fair Food Committee - Temple Isaiah’s Fair Food Committee began initiating changes by introducing new ideas for a weekly Shabbat Pre-Oneg. read more

The Caring Community - The Caring Community is the way each of us can respond "Hineini," here I am, by responding to the calls of fellow Temple members. read more

REC - read more

PPA - The PPA is a parent-run group that provides support to all the preschool parents. read more

RSPA - The Religious School Parent Association (RSPA) is the Religious School’s newest parent-led initiative. Founded in 2015, the RSPA will keep Religious School parents informed, connected and involved in the Religious School and Temple community. read more

TING - Temple Isaiah Networking Group (TING) was founded in 2005 by members of Temple Isaiah to help and support Jewish business professionals. read more

Chavurot - Temple Isaiah offers many opportunities for congregants to learn and socialize with one another. We encourage our members to build deeper relationships through Chavurot. read more

ChaiVillageLA - An innovative, new initiative that offers congregants the option to “age in place” — to live in the homes and communities we love as we grow older. read more