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The Women of Mount Zion Temple will have their Passover Mart open this year! Schedule: 03/06/22 Sunday 9:30 am to 12:30 pm 03/09/22 Wednesday 5:30 pm to 7:45 pm 03/13/22 Sunday 9:30 am to 12:30 pm (open during the Purim … Continue reading »
Listen to a message from Rabbi Alexander Dukhovny, Chief Rabbi of the Progressive Jewish Congregations in Ukraine, speaking to us from a basement shelter in Kiev. If you would like to contribute to the Jewish communities there, the Joint … Continue reading »
My Hebrew name is Emunah. Emunah is most often translated as “faith,” but when it first appears in the Torah, Genesis 15:6 the verse says והאמך ביהוה which translates to “and he put his trust in Adonai.” Emunah also shares … Continue reading »
On behalf of the Women of Mount Zion Temple (WMZT), we invite you to help Mount Zion achieve our overall goal of raising $20,000 for Neighborhood House’s March Food Drive. Neighborhood House was founded by Mount Zion in 1897 to assist … Continue reading »
MPR Host Cathy Wurzer talked with Rabbi Adam Stock Spilker about the Mount Zion’s history. Listen to the full interview on MPR’s website.
Give and Receive Gifts of Food for Purim! Mishloach Manot are gifts of food that are sent to family, friends, and others on Purim. (Esther 9:22) How does it work? Sign up and we’ll match you up with another member … Continue reading »
When visiting congregants who are not well, Mount Zion’s clergy often give healing shawls made by congregants. We need volunteers to make shawls. Everyone is welcome to participate. No experience is necessary. Don’t know how to knit or crochet? That’s … Continue reading »
We are committed to helping you connect to online services. On Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, if you need help troubleshooting any technology issues, we will have a team of “On-Call Shamashim,” people you can contact for help. Simply call … Continue reading »
Below is a letter sent to the congregation on August 18, 2021. Dear Friends, As you may know, we have been thinking about the start time for Friday night Shabbat services. Over the years, we have tried many approaches. Since … Continue reading »
Below is a letter sent to the congregation on August 18, 2021. Dear Friends, As we have responded to the pandemic over the past eighteen months, we have changed the way we use our building, how we connect, and how … Continue reading »
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