With 737 Wise Temple events last year,
there’s no question that
there’s a place for you.
Perhaps it’s in one of the cohort programs where you can connect with others who are at the same life stage, experiencing similar milestones and willing to share in your common joys and challenges. Statistics show that the greatest level of engagement happens in these ways.
Perhaps it’s in an area of interest or growth like worship, learning or good deeds where congregants of all ages come together to share Jewish life.
182 services, including: Regular and Alternative Shabbat, Family Fridays, Shababa, High Holy Days, Holidays (Chanukah, Sukkot, Simchat Torah) Shabbat Dinners (Tailgate, Wine Tasting)Learn More
140 Sessions, including: Torah Study, Distance-Wise, Downtown Lunch & Learn, iEngage, Talmud Study, Tuesdays with TorahLearn More
We’ll see you along the path.
Pick your path(s) to engagement. With no shortage of options, perhaps you’ll try just three new experiences this year. Perhaps you’ll discover a new inspiration, learn something new, better someone’s life, connect with a new person, share a common experience or find a new community.
Wise Temple Wants You!
The sacred work that happens at Wise Temple is a result of a beautiful partnership between staff and congregants. There are hundreds of different ways Wise Temple can put your gifts, passions, and skills to good use, from leadership roles to simple everyday tasks. It’s with your contribution of time and unique talents that we, as a congregation, can provide the very best of Jewish life to one another.
Where are you headed?… Wise Temple GPS can direct you.
When you complete the Gifts, Passions and Skills (GPS) section of the Wise Member Portal, your talents, experience and interests can be matched with opportunities in the Wise Temple community.
What you get: the satisfaction of using your skills in a meaningful way, of contributing to the sacred work of your Temple, and of connecting with others in your Temple community.
Three reasons why you should enter your Gifts, Passions and Skills
- We care about each other. We support one another. We contribute to the sacred work of our congregation. Each of us plays an important role in this community.
- When you share your talents, you get to know people on a deeper level. Next thing you know, you’ve got a new friend, or two or three.
- You get the satisfaction of using your skills in a meaningful way. It seems we’re all looking for meaning in our lives. Find yours here.
Have a great idea or unique talent to share? Contact Kari Fagin, Director of Member Engagement and Communication, 513.793.2556.