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  • Tuesday ,
    JunJune  2 , 2020
    Border Justice and The Temple. Zoom.

    Tuesday, Jun 2nd 12:00p to 1:00p
    Ever wonder about the differences between a migrant, an immigrant, a refugee, or a displaced person? What about the undocumented? What do these terms mean anyway? Join us as we unpack their definitions, rights, and international implications. Learn more about the Jewish underpinnings for their advocacy, and how The Temple supports border justice. Brought to you by Rabbi Sam Kaye, Trustee Cindy Zeldin, and Temple member/veteran humanitarian aid worker, Lorrie King. As a veteran public health and humanitarian response professional, Lorrie has traversed applied, academic, and philanthropic settings, and concentrated her expertise in gender, community development, HIV/AIDS, and refugee resettlement programming. In her latest post with the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), Lorrie oversaw a $12M grants portfolio, that spanned 15 Native American nations and 22 countries, focusing on issues of water equity, restorative justice, food sovereignty, and community suicide prevention. Before her tenure with UMCOR, Lorrie was best known as the founder of 50 Cents Period, an organization formed in response to the reproductive health and social disparities facing women and girls around the world. Zoom.


  • Tuesday ,
    JunJune  2 , 2020
    Jewish Meditation. Zoom.

    Tuesday, Jun 2nd 1:00p to 1:30p
    Join Rabbi Medwin for a few minutes of reflection and relaxation, based in thoughts and teachings from our tradition. Zoom.


  • Wednesday ,
    JunJune  3 , 2020
    The Dirty Life and Times of King David: A TAMID Preview. Zoom.

    Wednesday, Jun 3rd 12:00p to 1:00p
    Wednesday, June 3rd | 12:00 - 1:00 pm Join Rabbi Kaye as he explores the life and story of King David in all its gory details (or at least all we can fit into an hour), from shepard to soldier - from savior of Israel to King in Exile. Is David a hero or a villain? The beloved chosen of God or just a king with some great PR? The story of King David is one of the most complex, political, violent, and romantic in our cannon- and you'll be shocked at what you see when you read it with our clergy! Rabbi Kaye was planning on teaching this class as an elective next year for TAMID, but you can get a peak at what's hes been working on as part of this Lunch and Learn series. You wont want to miss it! Zoom.


  • Thursday ,
    JunJune  4 , 2020
    Tiny Temple Concert: Noam Katz: Songs of Resilience and Hope. Zoom.

    Thursday, Jun 4th 12:00p to 1:00p
    Rabbi Noam Katz is one of the most exciting and influential voices in contemporary Jewish music. He is a musician, composer, Rabbi, storyteller and Jewish educator that inspires Jewish and interfaith communities with his timeless melodies of peace, hope and unity. He has brought his high-flying energy, humor, and soulful melodies to Jewish and interfaith audiences across North America, Africa and Israel. He'll share some of his newest tunes with us that will leave you feeling refreshed and full of hope for the future. Zoom.


  • Friday ,
    JunJune  5 , 2020
    Billy Wilder Up Close - Bob Bahr and Matthew Bernstein. Film: Double Indemnity (1944). Must Register.

    Friday, Jun 5th 10:30a to 11:30a
    Film: Double Indemnity (1944), You are invited to join a webinar: Billy Wilder Up Close - Four Films with Matthew Bernstein and Bob Bahr. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. A weekly discussion with Matthew Bernstein and Bob Bahr about Billy Wilder, who was born into a Jewish family in Austria and became one of the greatest masters of Hollywood film making. Zoom. Please plan on viewing each film prior to the weekly class. Options for viewing films are at



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About The Temple

The Temple is located in midtown Atlanta and is one of American Judaism’s most historic religious institutions. Founded in 1867, it is the city’s oldest and most diverse synagogue. 

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Live Stream

Watch Shabbat worship services online live from The Temple in Atlanta. Fridays at 6:00 PM and if there is a bar or bat mitzvah on Saturdays at 10:30 AM.

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The Temple is an extended family, and like any family, we are excited to be part of the major milestones in our members lives. At every stage of life, from its beginning to its end, the clergy are available to assist. What do you do? What kinds of ceremonies are available to mark these occasions? What is the Jewish method of addressing these life cycle events? We are here to help you . . .

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Breman Education Center

The main goal of our education program is to help our students form a positive Jewish identity that will grow and remain strong throughout the years. This identity will enable students to interact in the modern world as Jews, proud of their Jewish heritage. 

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The central purpose of any synagogue is the development of Jewish spirituality. The Temple believes we best serve God through a pluralistic approach to worship, allowing for the personal experience of prayer to coexist alongside a welcoming spiritual environment for the entire community.

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Social Justice

The Temple is a premiere social action congregation in Atlanta as well as a model for the Reform Movement. We achieve this distinction through our wide array of mitzvah opportunities, educational programs, and community involvement, led by a partnership of professional and lay leaders and an engaged membership.

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Our engagement team strives to connect every member of the Temple to the community.  They're the ones that make The Temple feel like home to anyone who walks in the door!

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