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Temple Israel is a welcoming center of Jewish life where members, newcomers and visitors of all ages and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to participate in Jewish practices, spirituality, learning and culture. We continually strengthen our connections to each other and join together to care for the greater community, Israel, and the world.


Shalom! Due to Covid-19, Our Building is closed  until further notice. Temple Israel is open but the office team is working remotely.

If your email requires an urgent and/or immediate response, please call the office at 510.522.9355 and follow the prompts in the voice message. Someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Inquiries emailed to the office at will receive prompt attention. Thank you for reaching out. 


High Holy Days

September 12 - 28, 2020
All High Holy Day services this Fall will be conducted ONLINE ONLY. All Temple Israel Members are welcome to attend. Click here for more details.

Guests and visiting family are welcome to attend our High Holy Day services at no cost but will need to register in advance to receive the online Zoom information. Please register here: HHD Guest Registration

Members and non-members alike that are wanting to contribute during these turbulent times, please consider making a donation to our High Holy Day Appeal. You may contribute here: High Holy Day Appeal

During the High Holy Days, as a beautiful reminder, we publish a Book of Remembrance listing loved ones we hold close to our hearts. If you would like to remember a loved one and contribute to our Yizkor Book, please go here: Book of Rememberance

Please go here for more information 5781 High Holy Day Food Drive or to directly donate, click here: 5781 HHD Food Drive

Beit Bina Enrollment

Click here to learn more and enroll.

Online enrollment is available here: Beit Bina Religious School

100th Anniversary

- September HHD: Photo history exhibit
- October 17: Professional concert and comedy
- POSTPONED:  100 Year Gala
- December: Holiday Fest


Host an Oneg

Weekly after Shabbat Services

Shabbat Onegs are a lovely Temple Israel tradition. Each member family is asked to help keep this tradition going by hosting at least one oneg per year.

Click here for more details or contact Alison Harris at or (510) 521-3375 to volunteer.

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