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We are The Temple: Inspiring Lives, Transforming Our World

We are delighted you want to learn more about The Temple!

Become a partner in the rich history of our congregation by submitting a Membership Inquiry Form.

We’re fond of saying, “The Temple is your temple.” It means that people make up our community, and those people matter more than anything. The building we worship in, our long history and traditions, these all serve as sources of pride. But our members, the more than 1,500 families who come and give of themselves, are what makes The Temple home to so many.

Developing Jewish spirituality and identity is our central mission as a synagogue. To that end, we offer a wide range of religious, educational, and social justice programs and services. From the youngest to the eldest of our members, we work to ensure they benefit from Temple membership.

We invite you to join your Temple and explore what this community offers. 

Benefits of Membership: Religious Services

The Temple performs a number of services for our members in the area of religious observance. In addition to our weekly Shabbat worship services, which are open to the public, we also mark the major Jewish holidays with special worship services. Members are provided with all access High Holy Day tickets to our many services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

In addition to prayer and worship, we also work with our members to help them mark the various life cycle events. From birth to death, marriages to bar/bat mitzvah, in the good times and the not-so-good times, our clergy are a resource for support and guidance.

Benefits of Membership: Educational Programs

Our most visible educational endeavor is the Breman Education Center, wherein our members can enroll their children for a deep and meaningful Jewish learning environment. Temple members can also enroll their children ages 3 months to 5 years in the Weinberg Early Learning Center and benefit from member-rate pricing.

We believe very strongly that learning is a lifelong endeavor, which is why we provide a large number of formal and informal learning opportunities to members of all ages. 

Our program team delivers exciting educational events, which include our annual scholar-in-residence weekend, Brockey-Rothschild, the Montag Speaker Series, and Cantor Deborah Hartman Musician-in-Residence.

Benefits of Membership: Religious Services

The Temple has a long and storied history of championing social justice causes. We believe that each of us, individually, is made stronger when the community comes together to fight for everyone, and that belief extends into our own membership as well as the larger community.

We host many opportunities to engage in social action work, from volunteering at the Zaban Paradies Center for homeless Atlantans to collecting and delivering food for the Atlanta Community Food Bank or the Midtown Assistance Center. Our members also avail themselves of the many programs designed to teach about the root causes of social inequality and to remember our traditions at events such as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Shabbat each year.

But we also work to serve the needs of our own population. Social justice also includes caring for our sick and those in difficult times. Caring at The Temple is a program that brings our members together to provide support at such moments, with soup deliveries to sick members and visitations during a stay in the hospital. For any community to thrive, we must all do our part to care for one another. That is at the heart of The Temple’s efforts.

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