Welcome to Vassar Temple
- Join a Reform congregation with a rich history and discover the powerful relevance of Judaism today.
- Participate in projects that improve our world.
- Delight in spiritual and intellectual growth.
- Share your joys and challenges and achieve a sense of peace and belonging.
- Enjoy opportunities for prayer, learning, social interaction, and Jewish and personal life-cycle support.
- Enrich your life with meaningful rituals, caring friendships, and joyful celebrations.
- Join a welcoming congregation where you are accepted as you are at any level of involvement.
Join us on Sunday, May 19th at 7:30 pm
for an evening of cabaret!
with Rabbi Deborah Zecher
“The Cabaret Rabbi”
A program linking familiar Bible stories
with beloved Broadway show tunes!
Rabbi Zecher’s credits include the Cabaret Workshop
at the Berkshire Music School, the
National Cabaret Conference at Yale University,
and the Eugene O’Neill Cabaret Conference.
She performs for synagogues and community
organizations throughout the country as well as in public venues.
~ Recently nominated for the Best Female Debut Award by both the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and BroadwayWorld.com ~
Tickets are $36 and include a dessert and glass of wine
On sale now at the Vassar Temple office
Vassar Temple is united with our interfaith community in condemning all forms of hatred and bigotry. We stand in solidarity with our Muslim friends locally and globally following the horrific attacks in New Zealand. We mourn the victims and pray for the injured, families, and Christchurch community.
Please join us for the 2019 Flexible Feast!
Hosted by Paul and Kathy Colbert
Saturday, June 1st at 6 PM
A Gourmet Dinner at the
Colbert Residence in Pleasant Valley
A tax-deductible fundraiser for Vassar Temple
Members of the Vassar Temple Men’s Club who participated in the annual Men’s Club Shabbat service on November 18, 2016 pose on the Bimah following the service.
Rabbi Paul Golomb, Senior Scholar, honored the group by continuing a recent tradition of reading from the Torah during the service.