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Temple Concord is a community of warmth and awareness where every individual matters. From singles and families, LGBTQ or straight, near or far, Jews by birth or by choice, our members come from diverse backgrounds and work in conjunction with one another to make this amazing community.

Our Shabbat and holiday worship services are open to all, in person or online. There is never a formal dress code or fee required to attend. 

Shana Tova 5784

Join us for the High Holiday observances.  Hear the shofar.
All are welcome to attend in-person or online.

September 15, 2023 - September 17, 2023 29 Elul 5783 to 2 Tishri 5784

Rosh HaShanah (literally, “Head of the Year”) is the Jewish New Year, a time of prayer, self-reflection, and t'shuvah.  It is considered the start of the Jewish High Holiday season, which also includes Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah.


 about the holidays and how they are observed in the Reform Jewish tradition.  

Don't forget the needy - Support our High Holiday Food Drive for CHOW
"When your brother becomes impoverished and loses the ability to support himself in the community, you must come to his aid.  Help him to survive whether he is a stranger or a native."                  - Leviticus Behar 35


Temple Concord is continuing its annual High Holiday Food Drive for our CHOW pantry!  If it is difficult to come in person, please consider a monetary donation to the Temple Concord Helping Hand Fund.

Additional Holiday Information

Child Care

Temple Concord Sisterhood will provide free child care for youngsters ages two to four while their families are attending services on the morning of Rosh Hashanah, September 16th, and/or the morning of Yom Kippur, September 25th.
Reservations must be made by September 8th for Rosh Hashanah, and by September 15th for Yom Kippur; it is available at 10:30 those mornings.  We can only provide childcare through pre-registering.
Please bring your children to the Tot Time room on the third floor of the Mansion to sign in.  After you sign your child in be sure to let the ushers know where you will be sitting, in case of emergency.  Adults are responsible for checking on children for diaper changes.
Contact the office by phone (607) 723-7355 (Tuesday-Friday, 10-2) or by email to make your reservation.
A big thank you to Sisterhood's High Holiday Child Care Chairwoman, Amanda Donahue.

Rosh Hashanah Super Kiddush 

Temple Concord Sisterhood sponsors a Super Kiddush immediately following the morning Rosh Hashanah services.  About three dozen sisters will provide cookies, fruit, cheese, apples, punch, and challah to put sweetness into the new year.  This is open to everyone who attends services, and we’ll have room to socialize with other members.  The Super Kiddush will be held in the Kilmer Mansion or the Dorothy Schagrin Garden, weather permitting.
Babs Putzel-Bischoff is our Sisterhood chairwoman for the Super Kiddush.
Sisterhood hopes everyone will attend the Kiddush and wishes all a happy new year. 

High Holiday Schedule

* Update: Tashlich this year is not being scheduled due to a conflict with Blues On the Bridge.  Contact the Temple Office if you wish a copy of the material to do on your own. 

Announcements & Upcoming Events


Religious School Begins
Sept. 12

Contact the office for more information!

High Holiday Food Drive

Temple Concord runs a special drive to fill its CHOW Food Pantry between Rosh Hashanah and Simchat Torah!  If it is difficult to come in person, please consider donating to the Temple Concord Helping Hand Fund.  Please call us at (607) 723-7355 if you have any questions.

The suggested menus that help feed a family of four for three days:

Breakfast: 1 box cold or hot cereal, 2 large bottles juice, powdered milk
Lunch: 1 jar peanut butter, 1 jar jelly,  4 cans soup, 1 box crackers, 4 cans fruit
Dinner: 2 jars spaghetti sauce, one 1 lb box pasta, 3 cans meat product or tuna, 3 boxes macaroni and cheese, 6 cans vegetables,  2 one-lb packs rice, 2 cans potatoes or box instant potatoes
Extras: gelatin, pudding, cake or brownie mix, cookies, crackers, raisins, chips, snacks, muffin mix, pancake mix, maple syrup, vegetable oil, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise
Non-Food Items: dish detergent, laundry detergent, paper towels, toilet paper, hand soap

As always, thank you for helping our most vulnerable community members. 
                                                                      Thank you!

Additional announcements

 Access Codes
In order to continue our high level of security, certain group codes for the facility mag locks (glass doors) that were established many years ago, have been eliminated. (3636)
New codes have been issued for RS parents, teachers, and Torah Study attendees.
The mag lock code only allows entry into the foyer when the building is occupied, you cannot use it to enter the main building or mansion. 
If you require frequent access to the building and were using an old code that no longer works,  please contact me to so we can assess your needs and resolve the issue.
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------                Our Office Volunteer, Elliot Niman, Is Reaching Out to Members!
To ensure that we have your data correct in our system, Elliot is reaching out to members to verify that we have your information right.  Please let him know if there is anything you need from Temple Concord, and let him know if you would like to volunteer for any of our great committees.  Please call our office at (607) 723-7355 if you have any questions.
Our new calendars are here!  
Please stop by Temple Concord for your new Jewish Life calendar!  We have plenty, so grab a few to share with friends.  If you are unable to come by, please contact us at (607) 723-7355 and we can mail one to you.  Thanks and appreciation go out to Hopler & Eschbach Funeral Home, who provide our beautiful calendars each year!
Our Annual School Supply Drive has begun!
Once again, Temple Concord will be collecting school supplies for families who come to Temple Concord’s CHOW pantry. Items can be brought to Temple Tuesday through Friday between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm or by appointment. We also accept monetary donations so our volunteers can purchase additional much-needed items.
The Judaica Shop at Temple Concord
Let us help you celebrate every day!  Please come when the office is open, Tuesday through Friday 10:00 am-2:00 pm or by appointment.  See what we have!

Join us in person or online

You can participate in our weekly Shabbat services, holiday services, and adult learning events in person or remotely via Zoom or Facebook live. 

Zoom links found on our calendar.

Weekly Schedule


7:30 PM - 9:00 PM: Shabbat Services


9:00 AM - 10:30 AM: Shabbat School

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM: Torah Study

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM: Shabbat Family Services

7:00 PM: Havdalah - 2nd Saturday of month


4:15 PM and 5:15 PM: Hebrew School

Shabbat evening Zoom

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