A lot! You get a sacred community made up of caring clergy, staff and synagogue members to help you learn and grow, to celebrate your blessings with you and support you through life’s challenges. You get a community of friends share life’s experiences. You will be celebrated for your accomplishments and challenged to improve yourself and your world. You will be a part of congregation that has been flourishing for many years. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are supporting the continuation of Jewish life in the Valley, and in the world.
It’s easy. Simply contact the main office at (480) 991-7414 or email email@example.com. We will answer your questions, take you on a tour and explain membership. We will introduce you to the clergy and make arrangements for committee chair people to reach out so you are able to get involved.
Our goal is to help every family feel comfortable in our congregation, and we warmly welcome interfaith couples and families. A non-Jewish partner or parent can participate in most aspects of Jewish ritual. During a baby naming, or Bar/Bat mitzvah, the non-Jewish parent traditionally joins their spouse and child on the bima. The non-Jewish parent may also deliver an English reading as part of the B’nai mitzvah service. All are welcome and encouraged to participate in Temple Solel committee life and social action projects.
Yes, membership is required to attend Temple Solel’s educational programs. For full information on our educational programs and fees, please contact Tobee Waxenberg at (480) 991-7414. You can also email: firstname.lastname@example.org.