The Monroe Temple of Liberal Judaism

Lifelong Learning

Exciting Adult 
Education Opportunities
await you at our Temple!

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Children’s Programs




Our programs are exciting and fun.  They will nurture your children and provide them with the tools they need to become Bar and Bat Mitzvah and young Jewish adults

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Song & Music

High Holyday Choir Practice is Ongoing!

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Nurturing Our Jewish World at MTLJ

Preparing the Spirit for

the High Holidays

“Preparing the Spirit for the High Holidays: From the Stories of Martin Buber” will draw from Martin Buber’s Hasidic tales to explore the spiritual dimensions of this Jewish season. Buber, well known for his classic book, I and Thou, was a passionate student and editor of Hasidic stories that emphasized the spiritual side of the early Jewish master teachers.

With Rosh Hashanah beginning Sunday evening, September 9th, the reflection and conversation leading to teshuvah takes uplift from Martin Buber’s work. Rabbi Dennis Ross, author of God in Our Relationships: Spirituality between People from the Teachings of Martin Buber (Jewish Lights) will lead the sessions, Wednesday evenings, August 15 and 22, from 7 to 8 PM in the Temple Library.



Why Join Monroe Temple Beth-El?

‘To Make a Connection’ – With Our Members, Our 

Community, and with God

Active Temple membership is critical to the life and continued vitality of our Jewish community. Through all the trials and oppression of the Jewish people, it has been the Temple that stands ever ready to respond to the needs of each and every member, strengthening our commitment to the task of passing our tradition to the next generation – “L’Dor V’Dor” (“from Generation to Generation”)

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