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The temple library provides information resources to support the development of Jewish values, observance and identity. The collection offers a selection of key texts in these areas in support of these goals. 

To support our community during the pandemic, an ongoing list of shelter-in-place literary events and resources is available.

The collection is cataloged and available online at at  This is the best way to find out what is available and where it is shelved.  If you wish to browse, books are shelved according to subject using a new classification scheme which mimics the Dewey Decimal system.  And you can find books using the shelf edge labels indicating main subject areas (e.g., Biography, Bible, Philosophy, Liturgy, History, Literature).

The collection is available for borrowing (with the exception of sacred books and selected reference titles).  Temple members can check out items for 30 days by using their email address or library card at the self-service station near the entrance.   

The library is reserved for research, study and reading on Thursdays from 3:00-5:00 PM. The collection is available at other times when the room is not being used for services, meetings or other events. 

Work building the collection is ongoing.  If you want to help there are a number of ways you can support this work.   

Please send questions or comments to

Fri, May 20 2022 19 Iyar 5782