Become a part of a warm, welcoming, thriving Jewish family.

At Temple Judea, connection is at the heart of everything we do. To us, synagogue is not only about Friday nights and High Holy Days. It’s about all the days in between. A special conversation with your rabbi, or a heart-warming moment shared between friends. All the ways we study, celebrate, take action, and pray. The comfort and security that comes from being a part of a supportive and loving spiritual community centered around learning, spiritual and personal growth, and joyful worship.

We are an inclusive community, welcoming Jews of all backgrounds, ethnicities and sexual orientation, Jews by choice, parents raising Jewish children, and interfaith families and partners. With a deep commitment to Jewish values and our love of Judaism, our we our mission as providing ways for all our members to move forward Jewishly – whatever that means to you. 

We invite you to learn more & take the next step!

Get to Know TJ

There are many so ways for members to get involved.

Connect with Us & Schedule a Tour

Come for a visit. Enjoy a personal tour of our beautiful campus, meet our clergy and staff, and get to know some of the members of our congregation. Complete our interest form, and our staff will be in touch right away.

A Case For Membership

What is "membership" at Temple Judea? Learn more about why TJ might be the right place for you to find a second Jewish home and an extended Jewish family.

Your First Year - Coming Soon!

During your first year of membership, you will be contacted by our staff and offered opportunities to participate in our programs, volunteer opportunities, holiday celebrations and so much more. 

Become a Pillar of the Community

Increase your annual contribution so that families who cannot afford temple membership are able to join.

Renew Your Annual Commitment

Already a member? Renew your annual commitment each June. 

Have questions? Our Frequently Asked Questions is for some answers!

MAY THE DOOR of this synagogue be wide enough to receive all who hunger for love, all who are lonely for friendship.
May it welcome all who have cares to unburden, thanks to express, hopes to nurture.
May this synagogue be, for all who enter, the doorway to a richer and more meaningful life.

~Mishkan T'Filah: A Reform Siddur