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Temple Israel is a true community, as it brings together congregants who have taken many different roads in their Jewish journeys and creates for them an atmosphere in which everyone–both young and old–enjoy working together.

Our synagogue is situated in New Rochelle, a city in which residents are proud of diversity and of the fact that people of many different backgrounds work together here in a climate of tolerance and inclusion. We are truly blessed to live in a municipality that embraces varied ideals and cultures. At Temple Israel of New Rochelle, we celebrate the broad spectrum of beliefs, customs, and traditions within Reform Judaism. Our synagogue has always focused on our similarities rather than our differences. Regardless of one’s spirituality, his or her decision to wear a yarmulke or talit, or one’s political affiliation, an individual is welcome and encouraged to follow his convictions at TINR. There are many ways in which each person can practice Judaism at TINR. Whether it is by supporting civil rights causes, raising money for the less fortunate, or cooking meals for grieving families, our congregation loves to come together to make a positive difference in people’s lives. Here, the TINR family collaborates to make our Temple, neighborhood, and world into gentler, safer, and better places in which to live. A sense of community and a desire for Tikkun Olam is what draws people to Temple Israel.

Here at Temple Israel of New Rochelle

Worship Services

Regular Shabbat Morning Services begin at 9 a.m.
B'nei Mitzvah morning services begin at 10:30 a.m

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Parashat Miketz
Friday, December 19
7:30 p.m. Shabbat Evening Family Service/Shabbat Chanukah (click here for all the Chanukah activities)
Saturday, December 20
9 a.m. Torah Study
10:30 a.m. Shabbat Morning Service/Bat Mitzvah: Carly Lieberman

Parashat Vayigash
Temple Office Closed, Kehillah School Open
Friday, December 26
7:30 p.m. Shabbat Evening Service
Saturday, December 27
9 a.m. Shabbat Morning Service/Torah Study (combined)



Events at Temple Israel

"Latkes & Vodkas", Temple Event sponsored by Brotherhood
Two Nights: December 16 & 17, 6 p.m.
Join the men as they prepare latkes for the December 18 Chanukah Party, while also enjoying over 50 types of vodka!
Click here for the flyer

Food for Thought
Wednesday, December 17, 11:30 a.m.
"Knish: In Search of the Jewish Soul Food" with author Laura Silver
Find out about the origins and modern-day manifestations of the knish.
Click here for the flyer

Israel Action Committee
"What Happened in Gaza and What's Next?"
Wednesday, January 7, 7:30 p.m.
co-sponsored by Sisterhood
with guests Josh Warhit and Corey Feldman
"Gaza, it's Borders, and More From the Land and Air?"
Click here for the flyer

Yoga With Debbie Zimerman...It's Back!
Four Thursdays! January 8, January 15, January 22, January 29
Be "flexible" and join us!
Click here for the flyer



Chanukah 2014 at Temple Israel

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Click here to download the flyer ... and to find out how to light the Chanukiyah (Chanukah Menorah)
Note: the Family Shabbat Dinner on Friday, December 19th has been CANCELLED

Congregational Trip to Israel ... August 27 - September 6, 2015!

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