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At Temple Israel, we’re lifelong students. Come explore our classes, workshops, lectures and more. We offer a variety of ongoing programs, events, and workshops throughout the year for adult learners.

For more information, or to register for events, CLICK HERE to view the calendar.


Temple Israel invites Jewish choices for all – Jewish or not, member or not, for both interfaith and Jewish families. We welcome, educate and offer support to all people who are new to Jewish living either through marriage, conversion, or any born Jew who would like to learn more about practicing Judaism. Temple Israel opens its doors to anyone seeking a place for themselves among the Jewish community.

INtroduction to judaism

Explore Jewish life, values, celebrations, history, theology, and spirituality with Temple Israel’s clergy in this 10-week course! Ask questions, discover multiple answers, and find out how Reform Judaism could be meaningful to you. This course is open to all – interfaith couples, those raising Jewish children, individuals considering conversion, and anyone who just wants to learn more about Judaism!

For more information, contact Lisa Kaplan at

Supported by the Audrey & William Farber Education Fund.

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New beginnings

Immediately following the Intro to Judaism class, this 5-week discussion group supports and enriches the process of conversion for individuals and their partners (when applicable) who are considering Judaism. Participants will be encouraged to share experiences with each other, develop supportive relationships, and discover the significance of the Jewish community, Jewish people and Israel.

The group is self-directed depending on the expressed needs of the participants and is held in partnership with a sponsoring rabbi and facilitated by Temple Israel’s Outreach Fellow.

For information, please text or call Carol Lynn Cooper at 248-390-8212 or email her at

Didn't find what you’re looking for? Reach out to us. We're always looking for new programming opportunities.
For more information on any of our programs or to suggest new ideas, please contact our offices at 248-661-5725 or email us.

Wed, January 19 2022 17 Sh'vat 5782