Whether you are looking for a Sunday morning minyan, a Saturday morning of study and worship, or a weekend of learning during our scholar-in-residence program; whether you are looking for an ebullient holiday celebration or a quiet moment of study with Rabbi Lewis, you will find a welcoming home for spiritual growth at TAA.
Sense of Community
Our monthly neighborhood Shabbat dinners draw dozens of old and new friends. Our Chesed volunteers provide a range of services to our community members from hospital visits to chicken soup. We give to one another and to the community, and we are present for each other at moments of great joy and moments of great heartache.
Under the guidance of our Director of Learning and Programming, our Sylvia Cohen Hebrew School offers a comprehensive and dynamic curriculum for children. Our TAA Teen group gives young people a chance to have fun within a Jewish context and serve their community together. TAA offers divers adult learning opportunities, including Adult Hebrew classes and Jewish Literature discussions.
Voluntary Membership Model
TAA has adopted a Voluntary Membership Model wherein we share what it costs to operate the Temple per household and let each household determine its annual membership contribution. Our goal is to be an inclusive, welcoming community - a kehillah - with TAA as our congregational home.