Informal in spirit and traditional in style, communal prayer (Tefillah) at Temple of Aaron attempts to draw people in with the different types of services we offer. Guided by a distinct vision of worship (Avodah), we create sacred settings that inspire personal reflection, openness, and active participation. Tefillah makes us a sacred community.
Our prayer experiences are designed to meet the diverse needs of our members. We offer services for parents with infants and young children and for adults of all ages. Services are accessible to those not yet familiar with the traditions of Jewish prayer and flow comfortably for those already skilled in Jewish ritual practice.
Our services foster the celebration of Judaism, individually and collectively, and strengthen faith from generation to generation. We embrace the tension between your personal path through Judaism and the collective experience of worship – a dynamic that keeps the Temple of Aaron vibrant and always changing.