What’s New

  • Our Sept/Oct. Connections Newsletter is available online here!  For the August Connections, click here.
  • Prayer Book Pick-Up – Fairmount Temple members can pick up their pray book set (one per household)  at Fairmount Temple:  Mondays-Thursdays, 9 am – 5 pm and Fridays,  9 am – 3 pm.
  • Click here to watch the tribute to our wonderful Cantor Sager at a celebration marking her 42 years of service to Fairmount Temple and her legacy across Reform Judaism. This new composition was written and is performed by Elana Arian.
  • Rabbi Elle Muhlbaum and Cantor Vladimir Lapin are interviewed by Cleveland Jewish News about the new Tamid Initiative to build engagement and community with emerging adults, and being part of the Fairmount Temple community. Read full story here.
  • “Who are God’s action figures?” Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk writes that “all human beings, created with infinite worth, have within them the capacity to repair our world (tikkun olam).” He adds “If there is a God, then, to my mind, our actions of tikkun olam are how God would want their immanence to be evidenced.” Read more of Rabbi Nosanchuk’s essay from cleveland.com here!

Taryn & Andy Isaacs family keeps light of Hanukkah alive in dark times; returns to in-person celebrations