Your clergy and Temple family are committed to your Jewish journey. These include many opportunities for celebration as well as those times of challenge. No matter what, you can count on the support and presence of your Rabbi and Cantor.

Bris & Baby Naming

We’re there to celebrate a new Jewish life in our community. These take place on Friday nights or at a scheduled time both at Temple and at the destination of your choice. Please contact the office for more information

Bar/Bat/B’nai Mitzvah

We can’t wait to mark this momentous occasion with you and your family. Bar/Bat/B’nai Mitzvah are scheduled Thursday mornings, Saturday mornings, afternoons or for Havdalah services. Please contact Cantor Mark for more information.

The Bnot Mitzvah Program

The Bnot Mitzvah Program is designed as an alternative program for girls entering 6th grade who wish to learn and celebrate their Bnot Mitzvah together.

Throughout this journey, students will explore the role of women in Judaism and discover the beauty of our rituals and traditions through a series of weekly sessions. At the culmination of this program, participants will celebrate their Bnot Mitzvah as a group at TKAE. The ultimate goal is to empower these young girls to become the Jewish women of tomorrow.

The ceremony will be a testament to togetherness, friendship, and our love for Judaism. We will share stories from our journey while learning together. We will recite meaningful poems and quotes from inspirational Jewish sources, which we have studied with the guidance of our rabbi. Additionally, under the leadership of our cantor, we will joyously sing a selection of songs.


There is no greater joy and mitzvah than bringing two people and their families together in commitment and love. We’re delighted to marry you in our Temple or location of your choice. We’re also delighted to offer you a wedding blessing prior to your ceremony during Shabbat services. Please contact Rabbi Uri for more information

Funerals and Shiva

Unfortunately each of us is faced with the challenges and vicissitudes of life. We will be there from counseling to funerals, shiva and unveilings. Please contact Rabbi Uri for more information.