Temple Isaiah, a Reform Jewish congregation in Lexington, welcomed a new senior rabbi to the community this summer. Rabbi Karen Thomashow, who was ordained in 2007, has spent her 15-year rabbinic career at two of North America’s most renowned congregations. She sees her role as a rabbi as being “a partner, a catalyst for growth, a companion, and a maker of meaning.”
On Sunday, Sept. 10, new and prospective members will have a chance to meet Rabbi Thomashow.
Please join us for our Membership Open House with the Temple Isaiah clergy, educators and more! This is a great opportunity to meet new people and begin relationships at the temple. In addition, take a tour of the building and hear about the past, present and future of Temple Isaiah.+ More... - Less...
55 Lincoln St
Lexington, MA 02421
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