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Mon, Apr 15 24 – 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Shir Nosatzki is Co-Founder and Director of “Have You Seen the Horizon Lately?” an Israeli initiative seeking to promote Jewish-Arab political partnership. In the past two years, more than 15 thousand young Israelis have taken part in Horizon’s TED-like events, and its creative and provocative social media campaigns have reached millions. Shir was also one of the leaders of the 2011 Israeli Social Protest. She has been awarded the Dror Prize for Social Change, was selected by TheMarker newspaper as one of the most influential people on social media in Israel.


  • Release the Hostages:

    Join NCJW in reaching out to your lawmaker in Congress today to urge swift action to support the hostages, providing them medical care and negotiating their release. Use the button below to send an email to your Senators and Representative. The letter will auto-populate for your elected officials after you submit your contact information.

  • Bring Them Home: Letter-Writing Campaign to Bring Israeli Hostages Home:

    Our hearts break for the many souls held hostage. We can extend our support by inviting every Temple member to copy the template letter below this email and send to your elected officials, today and onward.

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    Find a list of colleges and an easy way to click and email them, urging action to protect the safety and wellbeing of Jewish students on campus. Share the link with people you know who also have a connection to the school. Thank you for speaking out! Jewish students — and all students — have the right to feel safe on campus. Tell the House of Representatives to Condemn Antisemitism on College Campuses by texting the word CAMPUS to 72572

  • Report an Antisemitic Incident:

    If you have experienced or witnessed an incident of antisemitism, extremism, bias, bigotry or hate, please report it to the ADL using the link below. The ADL will work to assess your situation and respond as quickly as possible. Any personal information provided will be kept strictly confidential. If this is an emergency, please dial 911.

Temple Isaiah Solidarity Trips to Israel

Join your clergy on a Solidarity Mission to Israel. Together we will bear witness to the places where the atrocities of October 7 happened, and bear witness to people – survivors, displaced families, IDF soldiers, first responders, mental health healers and more. We will volunteer with Israeli’s civilian relief center, in agriculture, and donating blood. We will learn with top experts and thinkers about Israel and its different facets in the context of October 7, what has happened since and what the future holds. And we will give comfort and be comforted, by showing up to the people of Israel. See both options below!


with Rabbi Zoe Klein Miles and Rabbi Jaclyn Cohen

Sunday, March 24 – Friday, March 29

with optional Shabbat extension: Friday, March 29 – Sunday, March 31


with Cantor Randall Schloss

Wednesday, June 26 – Tuesday, July 2

Watch Past Events & Sermons Here:

Past Events:

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Thu, Oct 12 23 – 08:15 PM – 10:00 PM

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Sun, Oct 15 23 – 10:30 AM – 10:30 AM

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Fri, Nov 10 23 – 05:00 PM – 06:00 PM

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Thu, Nov 16 23 – 09:00 AM – 10:30 AM

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Sun, Nov 19 23 – 06:00 PM – 07:00 PM

Fri, Jan 19 24 – 05:00 PM – 06:00 PM
We will have the opportunity to talk with Palestinian Film Director and peace activist Hanna Elias. Sharaka: Building Peace in Times of War During our 6:15 Shabbat services, we are honored to be welcoming members of Sharaka to speak with our community. Sharaka (which means ‘partnership’ in Arabic) is an organization working to shape a new Middle East, built on dialogue, understanding, cooperation and friendship. A delegation of Sharaka activists will join us to share their critical work which has intensified since the horrific October 7 attack, creating a space for dialogue and understanding between young Israelis and Arabs. The dynamic delegation will bring nuanced perspectives straight from the region, aiming to inform, reduce polarization, and encourage dialogue. Speakers will include Sharaka’s Executive Director Dan Feferman (Israel), political consultant Dr. Ahmed Khuzaie (Bahrain), peace ambassador Fatema Al Harbi (Bahrain), activist Youssef Elazhari (Morocco) who founded a non-profit project working to prevent girls from dropping out of school across Africa, and Christian Lebanese-Israeli activist Maryam Younnes (Israel).