Temple Israel of Lehighton, 194 Bankway Street, Lehighton, PA 18235, Phone: 610-379-9591, E-mail: contact@templeisraeloflehighton


Temple Israel of Lehighton is a 'Jewel of a Shul' set up on the hill.
It is a cozy, warm place where all seekers are welcome. Our practice is wide-ranging and pluralistic.
We strive for connection to the Eternal through varied modalities: music, theater, discussion, meditation and chanting.
We are a new/old community: Temple Israel of Lehighton was founded in 1924 and is currently in the process
of 're-Jew-venation'. Join us!

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Sunday, August 17, 2014 beginning at 3 p.m.

Second Annual Temple Israel Bar-B-Que hosted by Dan and Mary Rockman at the Rockman Family Farm. Set your GPS to 175 Mushdahl Road, New Ringgold.

Please RSVP to Mary Rockman at 570-386-5309 or drock369@aol.com by Wednesday, August 13th.

Moshe instructs the Chosen People to eradicate any remnant of idolatry and strengthen all aspects of service to God.
All offerings must be brought to the "Chosen" place, the Bais Hamikdash. Parshah Re'eh

Friday, August 22, 2014, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Pot Luck Dinner & Shabbat Service

God says, "I set before you a blessing and a curse." Join us as Rabbi Rayzel leads us through the parshah Re'eh ~ as we discuss the meaning of this statement. We will also consider our discussion in context of the New Moon of the month of Elul – getting ready for the High Holidays.

Please confirm your dinner donation / RSVP to Mary Rockman, 570-386-5309 / drock369@aol.com by Wednesday, August 20th and let her know if you are bringing an appetizer, salad, entree, beverage or dessert.

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Click here for the High Holy Day Schedule 5775/2014 on the "Events" page , September 24 - October 4, 2014

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Please check our "Events" page for all our upcoming services and get-togethers.

You will find the page also.

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Our Mitzvah Project

Jewish Family Service of the Lehigh Valley Kosher Food Pantry
/ Lehighton Community Food Pantry

Help keep our food pantry stocked . . .

Every time you attend an event, please bring a nonperishable food item with you. We have a collection basket located in the Social Hall of Temple Israel of Lehighton.

We are taught "Ein Kemach, ein torah." Without flour, there can be no torah. Some interpret this literally: if one is hungry, one cannot learn. Others translate torah as the proper way to live one's life. The verse might then read: Without food, one can't live an honest, proper life.

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