Welcome to Temple of Israel
in Wilmington, North Carolina

Temple of Israel is your Reform Jewish home in Southeastern North Carolina. Come celebrate Jewish life with us! We offer varied weekly activities including Shabbat services, religious school for children, education for learners of all ages, social action programs and social events. Whether you are here to learn, grow, pray or connect, there are many ways to get involved and we have a place for you in our community.

We look forward to meeting you at a Shabbat service on Friday nights at 7pm (online for now) or one of our educational, social action or social events. Please check out our Bulletin below to learn more, and feel free to contact us HERE for more information.
We look forward to welcoming you!

Temple

The success of our annual appeal is critical to our Temple’s year round operations.  The annual appeal is launched each year at Yom Kippur and will continue through the end of fall.  If you haven’t yet donated please consider making a gift today. 

 

Due to COVID-19, all Temple events are currently being held via Zoom. Please check your bulletin or Temple emails for the Zoom links. If you need a Zoom link or help, please contact the Temple Office at templeoffice@temple-of-israel.org.

 


Torah on Tuesday

Tuesdays @ 5:00 PM

We gather on Zoom to study and celebrate our Torah. No Hebrew knowledge or experience needed. Contact the Temple for more information. 

Shabbat Evening Services 

Fridays @ 7:00 PM 
Join Via Zoom
or  
Join on Facebook

 Feel free to sign on Zoom beginning at 6:30pm for a little “Shabbat Schmooze” to greet one another before services and stay after services for our online oneg. 

Please check your email for information on each of these programs. Contact the Temple Office if you need more information. 

Read our monthly Bulletin to learn more about our upcoming events.

 

Check out our archives to see what we’ve been up to this year.

Bulletin Archives

 

From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

I Have a Voice: A Cantor at the World Zionist Congress

I Have a Voice: A Cantor at the World Zionist Congress kbkaput October 27, 2020 Israel Image ...

A Letter of Gratitude to My Local Synagogue: "I Was Filled with Hope"

A Letter of Gratitude to My Local Synagogue: "I Was Filled with Hope" kbkaput October 22, 2020 COVID-19 Image ...

The Sanctity of Voting: A Jewish Analogy for “Secrecy Sleeves”

The Sanctity of Voting: A Jewish Analogy for “Secrecy Sleeves” kbkaput October 21, 2020 Voting Rights Image ...

Looking for a Virtual Dove: My Experience as a Delegate in the 38th World Zionist Congress

Looking for a Virtual Dove: My Experience as a Delegate in the 38th World Zionist Congress kbkaput October 20, 2020 World Zionist ...