Is Today A Snow Day?
Go to our Religious School Snow Day page. Or call the temple office 24/7, the outgoing message will proclaim "Yes, it is a snow day!"
Save These Dates...
Sunday, April 27 – 9:30-11:30 a.m. -- Religious School Earth Day TINT Yard Clean Up. Every year, close to Earth Day, we do a yard clean up. We clean our yard, and the yard of our octogenarian neighbor, Mr. Turner. Adults will begin at 9:30, RS students will join them at 10:30 a.m. We will do tefilah at 11:30… hopefully outside. BRING yard tools. Have your children bring appropriate gear, like gloves and BOOTS. The yard is damp this time of year. RSVP to the Temple office ASAP.
Sunday, May 4 -- 9:30 a.m. – 66th Yom Ha'atzmaut Parade. This is our annual Israel Independence Day Parade through the neighborhood. We carry the American and Israeli flags, sing songs, and enjoy a nice walk around the block. If you have a convertible, please join our parade. We are escorted by a Mayfield Heights PD motorcycle and squad car.
Mitzvah of the Month
Our March Mitzvah of the Month: Annually, we help the Hebrew Shelter Home prepare for Pesach. Buy Passover products and bring them to temple. No matzoh, please, the HSH can easily secure many boxes. Remember, we can always use PB&J supplies for our Shabbat Tzedakah sandwiches.
Everyone is welcome! Join us every Friday night at 7:30 pm. Monthly Birthday & Anniversary blessings are the last Friday of each month. We are located at 1732 Lander Road in Mayfield Hts.
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Congregation for Everyone
Temple Israel Ner Tamid (TINT) is a dynamic, Reform Jewish congregation in Mayfield Heights, Ohio, just east of Cleveland. We are conveniently located on Lander Road between Mayfield and Cedar roads, easily accessible from I-271.
Our synagogue, led by Rabbi Matthew Eisenberg, is small in number but large in spirit and enthusiasm. Friday night Shabbat services are open to all and start at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend: families with children, seniors, singles, couples of mixed faiths (nearly 30% of our membership are interfaith families) and anyone who wants to share a warm, friendly environment.
We Provide a Jewish Education
TINT offers a religious school for grades K – 10 and an active adult education program.
We Help Others
Our temple's commitment to helping others is well known throughout the community. Everyone is encouraged to bring something for our Mitzvah of the Month program. TINT volunteers prepare and serve dinner regularly at St. Aloysius Church in Glenville. We also help the homeless, providing PB&J sandwiches, made and distributed by our members every Friday night. Each year we host two blood drives and a Yom Kippur food collection.
We were looking for a place where we would be comfortable and appreciate the religion. We found it here - Joy Pahls
We enjoyed the service, the diverse membership and the friendliness of the people, so several years ago we joined. - Marv Gisser
We were charter members of Rabbi Fred's new congregation, we're still here and still enjoying it. - Stan Raskin
I am only sorry we didn’t join sooner, but we are here now and we
love it! - Stephanie Baden
Bringing Us Together: Special Events
Special events, such as congregational Seders, monthly Potluck Oneg Shabbats and birthday and anniversary blessings, bring us all together as a community. See the Highlights on this page or visit our calendar to see upcoming events.
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Join Our Congregation.
To become part of our congregation, or if you need a Reform Jewish synagogue in which to worship while you are in Cleveland, join us! For information, call Marcie Oelbracht our Temple Administrator or Rabbi Matt Eisenberg at (440) 473-5120.