Community

In this time of uncertainty…

We have opportunities for you to offer help to others, or to receive help if needed, and to lean on those in your congregational family for the support that is at the core of being a holy congregation.

  • To help, you could call Wise Temple congregants living alone to check on them once or twice a week, deliver needed groceries or prescription medicine, or make a contribution of supplies, food, or money for those in need.
  • Perhaps you need help. You may live alone and would welcome a call from a congregant, you may need groceries or medicine, or could benefit from a personal conversation with our Rabbis.

Whether it’s to offer, or receive help, you may also call or email Luana in the Rabbis’ office, 513-793-2559 or lheinemeyer@wisetemple.org to indicate where you are prepared to lend your hand or to identify your need of receiving a hand. Please also provide your phone number(s), email and home address in the event that we don’t have your most updated information.

It’s our congregants who make this a special place. From our youngest kids to our senior adults, each person helps create a vibrant, active and warm community.

YOUNG FAMILIES

For kids 0-5 and their families
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YOUTH

For grades 6-12
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FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

For grade-school kids and their families
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NEXTGEN

For young adults 21-35
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Empty Nesters

For those 49-69
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WISEGEN

For those 70+
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Brotherhood

All men of Wise Temple
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sisterhood: women of wise

All women of Wise Temple
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Women Thrive

For women 55 and under
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"I feel a part of something big, exciting and vibrant at Wise Temple. But I also feel a warm and close connection to the people of this congregation."

This is a place to share our Jewish lives with one another. We offer countless opportunities to learn together, worship together, and serve together (in fact, over 700 each year!). Some opportunities are multi-generational where people of all ages come together to share Jewish life.

But we also know that small groups create meaningful connections, so we have groups where you can connect with those who are in a similar life stage, experiencing similar milestones and willing to share in your common joys and challenges.

When you participate in these opportunities, you find connections to others, to your heritage, to your spirituality and to God.

It’s been said that you get out what you put in. It’s true. The foundation is here. What will you put in?