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At The Temple, we believe that every life has meaning and purpose, and our mission to find that meaning through being in relationship – with each other, with our tradition, with our Jewish community, and with God. Whether we meet together for our MLK Shabbat celebration of 1,500 people or in small groups of 8-12 people, we have the opportunity to learn to learn, to grow, to cry, and to laugh together.

Age & Stage Programs

Interfaith Family Programs

New Member Programs

Temple Connect Small Groups

Temple Mosaic

Travel Opportunities

Engagement Team:
Rabbi Lydia Medwin
Summer Jacobs
Joya Schmidt
Laurie Simon

All Events
  • Tuesday ,
    AugAugust  11 , 2020
     
     
    Were we wrong?: Jewish Institutions Re-think Connections. Zoom.

    Tuesday, Aug 11th 1:00p to 2:00p
    Whether around the Zoom holiday table, or in intimate learning experiences, this moment presents unparalleled opportunities to connect. Did Jewish leaders anticipate this incredible digital bridge? How does that change everything we thought we knew about congregating? Join a conversation with AJU’s Dr. Ron Wolfson and leading experts Rabbi Lydia Medwin and Rabbi Nicole Auerbach to discuss how we create a sense of global connection, what we got wrong, and how to get it right. Register. Zoom.

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  • Wednesday ,
    AugAugust  12 , 2020
     
     
    NCJW 125th Anniversary. Past Presidents Panel Discussion. Zoom.

    Wednesday, Aug 12th 7:00p to 8:00p
    Join a panel of 4 of the Atlanta Chapter of the NCJW's past presidents as they discuss their time leading the council. Zoom. Please register.

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  • Sunday ,
    AugAugust  16 , 2020
     
     
    Bob Bahr presents Power and Public Performance - Film and Television in the 1950's

    Sunday, Aug 16th 6:00p to 7:30p
    We will be discussing four films - Marty, Ace In the Hole, Charlie Chaplin's Limelight and Good Night and Good Luck against the backdrop of changes in film and television and American society in the 1950s. Sessions are Sunday evenings at two week intervals to give participants an opportunity to rent and watch each film.Note there is a three week period between the third and fourth session to account for the Jewish holidays in September. Bob Bahr will lead the seminar. On Sunday October 4, Matthew H. Bernstein, Professor and Chair of the Film and Media Studies Department of Emory University will be joining the seminar. The zoom link to register is: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bDRoAV4pRgC7QPiS4ukCtg

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  • Sunday ,
    AugAugust  30 , 2020
     
     
    Bob Bahr presents Power and Public Performance - Film and Television in the 1950's

    Sunday, Aug 30th 6:00p to 7:30p
    We will be discussing four films - Marty, Ace In the Hole, Charlie Chaplin's Limelight and Good Night and Good Luck against the backdrop of changes in film and television and American society in the 1950s. Sessions are Sunday evenings at two week intervals to give participants an opportunity to rent and watch each film.Note there is a three week period between the third and fourth session to account for the Jewish holidays in September. Bob Bahr will lead the seminar. On Sunday October 4, Matthew H. Bernstein, Professor and Chair of the Film and Media Studies Department of Emory University will be joining the seminar. The zoom link to register is: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bDRoAV4pRgC7QPiS4ukCtg

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  • Sunday ,
    SepSeptember  13 , 2020
     
     
    Bob Bahr presents Power and Public Performance - Film and Television in the 1950's

    Sunday, Sep 13th 6:00p to 7:30p
    We will be discussing four films - Marty, Ace In the Hole, Charlie Chaplin's Limelight and Good Night and Good Luck against the backdrop of changes in film and television and American society in the 1950s. Sessions are Sunday evenings at two week intervals to give participants an opportunity to rent and watch each film.Note there is a three week period between the third and fourth session to account for the Jewish holidays in September. Bob Bahr will lead the seminar. On Sunday October 4, Matthew H. Bernstein, Professor and Chair of the Film and Media Studies Department of Emory University will be joining the seminar. The zoom link to register is: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bDRoAV4pRgC7QPiS4ukCtg

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