Temple Israel of Lehighton, 194 Bankway Street, Lehighton, PA 18235, Phone: 610-379-9591, E-mail: contact@templeisraeloflehighton
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Welcome!

Temple Israel of Lehighton is a 'Jewel of a Shul' set up on the hill.
It is a cozy, warm place where all seekers are welcome. Our practice is wide-ranging and pluralistic.
We strive for connection to the Eternal through varied modalities: music, theater, discussion, meditation and chanting.
We are a new/old community: Temple Israel of Lehighton was founded in 1924 and is currently in the process
of 're-Jew-venation'. Join us!

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We extend our deepest and most sincere condolences to Dan and Mary Rockman for the loss of Dan’s father; Toby Friedman for the loss of her husband; and Allan & Rene Newman for the loss of Rene's mother.  May each of these families be comforted along with all the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

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Wednesday, August 5, 2015
1:30 p.m.

New! Temple Israel Brotherhood/Sisterhood Luncheon
Beacon Restaurant, Lehighton

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It is that time of year when we renew our annual dues. 

Click here for the form for the New Year 5776 (2015/2016).  Please complete/update your membership information and send your check, made payable to Temple Israel of Lehighton, to Vickie Semmel, Treasurer (email or call for mailing address svsemmel@ptd.net / 610.703.2854).  Membership options are detailed on the form.

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Please check our "Events" page for all our upcoming services and get-togethers.

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Our Mitzvah Project

Jewish Family Service of the Lehigh Valley Kosher Food Pantry
/ Lehighton Community Food Pantry

Help keep our food pantry stocked . . .

Every time you attend an event, please bring a nonperishable food item with you. We have a collection basket located in the Social Hall of Temple Israel of Lehighton.

We are taught "Ein Kemach, ein torah." Without flour, there can be no torah. Some interpret this literally: if one is hungry, one cannot learn. Others translate torah as the proper way to live one's life. The verse might then read: Without food, one can't live an honest, proper life.

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