Come join us at The Temple for our Rabbis Shabbat & Yom Hashoah Service. More information to come. Check for updates at thetemplelouky.org.
Sonia Milrod said she wouldn’t be here – meaning alive – were it not for the courage of a wartime Japanese diplomat named Chiune Sugihara. Likewise, she wouldn’t be here – meaning America – if post-war immigration laws mirrored today’s … Read More
Yom HaShoah Holocaust Memorial Shabbat Service Friday, April 26 | 7:00 pm Please join us for a special Yom HaShoah Holocaust Memorial Shabbat as our Grade 6 class leads the service.
Late last year, Rabbi Irwin Kula gave a compelling community address titled “Embracing Change.” During his address, he noted that the most observed Jewish practice today is the Passover Seder. The order and structure of the Seder are much the … Read More
Like butterflies, the names of the children filled the air. It wasn’t just their names, though. It was their drawings, their music, even their dreams. One said she would eat nothing but white bread when she went home, another would … Read More
The 2016 Julie E. Linker Community Relations Young Leadership Award will go to Derek Pugh. The award, which recognizes a young adult who has taken on leadership responsibilities with the Jewish Community Relations Council, will be presented at the Jewish … Read More
The 2016 Stacy Marks Nisenbaum Award will go to Laina Meyerowitz, who is currently BBYO’s Kentucky-Indiana-Ohio Regional Board president and an active member of Louisville’s Jay Levine BBG. The award will be presented at the Jewish Community of Louisville’s Annual … Read More
Each year’s Yom HaShoah community-wide Holocaust commemoration program is special in its own way. While each inspires awe and reverence, this year’s program provided an educational component as well that made the familiar feel new again. This year’s Jewish Community … Read More
Featuring Guest Speaker, Dr. Jennifer Kreder This year, the community-wide Yom HaShoah commemoration will offer an opportunity to remember the victims of the Holocaust, to understand how the Nazis’ dehumanizing tactics extended into the world of art and to learn …
On Wednesday, May 4, we will mark Yom HaShoah. The word “Shoah” literally means catastrophe or destruction. On this day, we mark the senseless tragedy of millions who were slaughtered in the name of the “purification” of the human race, … Read More