Our Culture of Giving takes its name from one of three questions posed by Rabbi Hillel centuries ago. The other two questions were: "If I am not for myself, who will be for me?" and "If I am only for myself, what am I?"
To all of us at Congregation Ner Tamid, "If Not Now, When?" raises the need to speak and act with urgency. It is our hope that all who encounter this will be inspired to Jewish activism. Yet the open-ended nature of all Rabbi Hillel's questions raises to us another value we hope to express here: We are a proud Reform Jewish synagogue, and we will share diverse points of view, in a spirit of respect and kindness, and with the desire to grow our connection to our Jewish heritage. There are many ways to offer your financial support so that we as a community can fullfill our commitment to our mission to provide meaningful religious services, life-long Jewish learning opportunities, cultural programs and social activities in order to perpetuate and advance Reform Judaism. Please explore our website to find the giving opportunity that best fits your family; or call the Temple for more information.