August 13, 2022 -

Upcoming Events

Shabbat Evening Services, Fridays, 6:15 pm:
In-person Shabbat Evening Services and live-streamed.  

To watch the live-stream, click here when the service begins. The service is also streamed  live on the temple’s Facebook page and on YouTube.   You can also view via our new Roku App (install directions here).

Our weekly Torah Study options are offered via Zoom.  For Zoom link for Shabbat Morning Torah Study (9:15 am), or the Wednesday Morning Study (9:15 am), contact Staci Cohen at


Fairmount Temple will be introducing the Reform Movement’s machzor (High Holy Day prayer book), Mishkan HaNefesh, for our High Holy Days this year! Mishkan HaNefesh, which translates to Sanctuary of the Soul, reflects many trends in our movement, and in our world. Each temple household will receive a complimentary set and you can pick those up in Spiegle Sukenik Atrium Foyer, Aug. 1-4, 9 am-5 pm, and Friday, Aug. 5, 9 am- 3 pm, as well as after Friday’s Shabbat Evening Service. Pick-up will be also available on Opening Day of Religious School, Sunday, September 11, 9 am- noon as a drive-thru option. Additional prayer book sets can be purchased when doing your pick-up.

To help introduce our new prayer books, our clergy is presenting virtual classes.

  • Sunday, August 7, 9:30-10:30 am
    Rabbi Elle Muhlbaum will explore some of the liturgical and contemporary poetry featured in Mishkan HaNefesh and dive into the beautiful themes of the High Holy Day season.
  • Sunday, August 21, 9:30-10:30 am
    Rabbi Joshua Caruso will revisit many of the tried and true prayers (e.g., Avinu Malkenu and the Shofar Soundings) you will recognize from Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur worship, and see how the new prayer book accentuates and deepens their meaning for our day.

RSVP for these virtual sessions via Zoom  to Staci Cohen here.

Men of Fairmount Temple Annual BBQ—Aug. 16
Come enjoy a summer time BBQ with our Men of Fairmount Temple on Tuesday, Aug. 16  at 6 pm here at Fairmount Temple. The menu will includes hot dogs, burgers, potato salad, coleslaw, and more.  All members of Men of FT and one guest are invited to join the fun at no charge. For others, cost is only $10 and all are welcome.  Please RSVP to Barbara Smith at by August 11.

High Holy Day Services at Fairmount Temple
Our Fairmount Temple High Holy Day Services will be offered both in person and live streamed. Come back to this page during the High Holy Days for direct live streaming links to the services as well as details of other viewing options including Roku and YouTube.

Our Women of Fairmount Temple  are offering several  Zoom book discussions and more.  Follow them on Facebook or email them at to be added to a mailing list.

Click here for our Temple Calendar.

Did You Know through OPERATION 100% AFFILIATION: JUDAISM FOR EVERY GENERATION, Fairmount Temple offers the first year voluntary dues to new and returning members?  We want you to experience what we know, Fairmount Temple is a special place to belong. Click here for more info.   

Our Clergy Created Their Own FUN Holiday Greetings!
Click here to see the Jewmanji A Passover Parody  and click here to see the High Holy Days Clergy Car Karaoke!