What’s at Mount Zion for Me?
Want to get involved?
You can be involved at Mount Zion through many social, community, volunteer, and worship based programs, events, and committees. Social opportunities include Brotherhood, Sisterhood, Prime Timers, and many other groups listed below. Community opportunities include Social Justice, Caring Community, and volunteer opportunities. You may also join one of our many committees that range from Israel to Finance. Worship opportunities include serving on our worship committee, as a shamash or a daily service leader. To get information on any of these volunteer opportunities, please contact the temple office at 651-698-3881.
Planning a Visit?
Mount Zion Temple is a Reform Jewish congregation devoted to life-long learning, worship and acts of loving kindness. We welcome anyone to attend one of our services. For more details about services or planning a visit, click here.
Interested in Joining?
Mount Zion welcomes new members. We are an inclusive congregation. We welcome interfaith households, single parents, single adults, LGBTQ households, and adoptive families. For more details about joining our temple, click here.
In collaboration with Teresa Matzek created an Accessibility and Inclusion page under “What’s at Mount Zion for Me?” web page including videos, D’vrei Torah, accomplishments, links to articles in Iton Tziyon and contact information for working group members. Allyson Perling … Continue reading »
Mount Zion Prime Timers is an active and friendly group. There is no membership fee. You just have to be a temple member, 55 or over, or a spouse of a member who is 55 or over. Our get-togethers are … Continue reading »
Our Doors are Open We are a diverse and inclusive community We welcome all who seek to experience and celebrate Judaism including people of all abilities, interfaith families and LGBTQ individuals, couples, and families. We invite you to participate actively … Continue reading »
At Mount Zion Temple our doors are open. We are a diverse, inclusive community. We strive to remove barriers and increase accessibility and inclusion for those with varying abilities. Let us know how we can help you participate more fully … Continue reading »
Blessing of Fellow Travelers A message from mother to daughter: Interfaith Households Successfully Navigating the Bar/Bat Mitzvah at Mount Zion “While I’m not a Jewish member of this community, I have been affiliated with Mount Zion through my husband and … Continue reading »
Is your spiritual bucket empty? Fill it through fun and meaningful Jewish engagement with others in their 20s and 30s – couples, singles, partners, friends, with kids, without kids, interfaith – EVERYONE is welcome! “Noazim” means “The Daring Ones.” We … Continue reading »
Do Good Things, Meet Great Women, Have Fun Mission Statement: Sisterhood promotes women’s leadership through friendship, education, service, fund development and social events for Mount Zion Temple, Reform Judaism and the greater community. “Stronger together.” Vision Statement: Mount Zion Temple … Continue reading »
Mount Zion’s Brotherhood is a decades-old organization of men who join and participate for various reasons. Most of us love the combination of friendship, service, and fun our activities often provide. We work with clergy, board members, Sisterhood, and other … Continue reading »
The Parents and Tots program at Mount Zion Temple is designed for families with children from birth through 6 years old. We offer to families with young children a forum for prayer, religious observance, and community connection. Our services and … Continue reading »
Come join a supportive, friendly group of Mount Zion women. We meet monthly and provide an open environment for women seeking Jewish community, learning and spirituality. We always meet in the Fireside Lounge during Sunday School. Each monthly meeting focuses … Continue reading »
Mount Zion tries to help youth feel welcome for all services and programs of our congregation. Specific programming for youth include our Youth Groups and various events through our Religious School, our Shabbaton/Retreat programs, our choirs and through promotion of summer camp and Israel opportunities. Visit www.JVibe.com … Continue reading »