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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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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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Lifecycles

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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Worship

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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Community

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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Streaming and Archived Videos

Watch Shabbat worship services online from The Temple in Atlanta. Fridays at 6:00 PM and on Saturdays at 10:30 AM. Please check your Temple email for Zoom links to these events. Click below to watch past Temple events and online offerings.

VISIT ARCHIVES

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  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  26 , 2022
     
     
    Shanah Tovah A TOT Worship Service

    Monday, Sep 26th 9:45a to 10:15p

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  • Tuesday ,
    SepSeptember  27 , 2022
     
     
    2nd Day Rosh Hashanah Worship Service

    Tuesday, Sep 27th 10:30a to 12:00p

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  • Wednesday ,
    SepSeptember  28 , 2022
     
     
    The Gathering: Informal Running Group

    Wednesday, Sep 28th 6:15a to 7:30p

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  • Friday ,
    SepSeptember  30 , 2022
     
     
    RSJI Committee Meeting - Virtual

    Friday, Sep 30th 1:00p to 2:00p

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  • Friday ,
    SepSeptember  30 , 2022
     
     
    Shabbat Worship Service

    Friday, Sep 30th 6:00p to 7:00p

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  • Saturday ,
    OctOctober  1 , 2022
     
     
    Virtual - Torah Study

    Shabbat, Oct 1st 9:00a to 10:30a

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  • Saturday ,
    OctOctober  1 , 2022
     
     
    Virtual - Shabbat Worship Service

    Shabbat, Oct 1st 10:30a to 12:00p

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  • Sunday ,
    OctOctober  2 , 2022
     
     
    The Gathering: Informal Running Group

    Sunday, Oct 2nd 8:30a to 9:45a
    The Informal Running Group is a Gathering that will take place over a span of 9 weeks on Tuesday evenings at The Temple, and Sunday mornings on a nearby trail. For more questions and more information, please contact Summer Jacobs at sjacobs@the-temple.org

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  • Sunday ,
    OctOctober  2 , 2022
     
     
    Kever Avot Services

    Sunday, Oct 2nd 11:00a to 12:00p

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  • Sunday ,
    OctOctober  2 , 2022
     
     
    Reverse Tashlich - Join our Temple Family Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Cleanup Project

    Sunday, Oct 2nd 1:00p to 4:00p
    Reverse Tashlich - Join our Temple Family Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Cleanup Project Sunday, October 2nd –1:30pm to 4:00pm On Rosh Hashanah, Jews around the world participate in the ancient ritual of Tashlich. We go to a body of water and symbolically cast off the sins of the past year into the water to start the New Year with purity of heart. However, this is not the only time humans cast their “sins” into the sea. Every year approximately six million tons of human-made trash enter the water, posing health and safety hazards to the animals that call the sea their home. Marine debris is a blatant violation of the fundamental Jewish ethical principle Bal Tachchit, the prohibition against destruction of nature. Repair the Sea adds a modern ritual to the Jewish tradition: a local clean up on the Sunday between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, also known as Reverse Tashlich. Where: Inside the Perimeter - Based on rain events, trash is constantly on the move. Therefore, the exact location can’t be determined until one week prior to the event. What to Expect: We will be picking up trash in and around the Chattahoochee river OR a tributary to the river. Trash can consist of plastic bottles, bags, balls (of every type), toys, tires, car parts, building materials, and yes even the kitchen sink. WE WILL BE WADING IN THE WATER and/or walking along the banks. Even a little bit of bush-whacking might be involved. Lifting of wet, trash-laden garbage bags required.

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Mon, September 26 2022 1 Tishrei 5783