Temple Israel was established as an institution in 1922. The founders sought to participate in the Conservative Movement that blended traditional ritual with contemporary lifestyle trends of their time. Since then, Temple Israel has undergone many changes and develpments of clergy and leadership structure, buildings and offices, and religious perspective. Through our rich, nearly 100 year history, one element remains constant: Our congregation is all about mishpocha, or, family- the families who belong to our synangogue, as well as those who find that sense of belonging unique to fanilies, in the warm, welcoming people who pray, serve, study, socialize and serve here at Temple Israel.

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