March 3, 2024 -
Every Shabbat (Friday) evening, Fairmount Temple offers a 6:15 pm Shabbat Service with soothing prayers, inspiring teachings and uplifting music. In addition to our clergy, we often host guest speakers, scholars, activists and musicians to help demonstrate the relevance of Judaism in encountering the world.
In addition to our Shabbat Evening Services, we offers special services throughout the year, such as:
We invite you to join us here to watch and participate in one of our live-stream Shabbat or High Holy Day services. We welcome your questions and ideas. Feel free to email our Senior Rabbi Robert A. Nosanchuk to ask a question or request a time to meet to discuss our worship at Fairmount Temple and your aspirations for this part of our community.
“At Fairmount Temple I am not only a rabbi. I am part of the Jewish people who remain on an expedition. Over time and after years of patient work I pray for God to bear witness to a more honest and soulful faith to be born in my heart. What I’m trying to say is– I am here to aspire. At Fairmount Temple if our worship works we all aspire together to build a more whole and just and peaceful world. At the instant we pray we become the words we’ve said or chanted or sung.”
-Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk, Yom Kippur, October 6, 2014