Chocolate Seder

Sunday, April 2 - 3:00-4:30PM
Open to the entire congregation

Please join us to celebrate all birthdays on the second Shabbat each month and anniversaries on the fourth Shabbat of the month. During the Torah Service, all those in attendance will be called up as a group for a special blessing.

Next Tot Shabbat

April 1 - 10:30 AM

Join us this month:
Sisterhood Book Club
Tuesday, April 4 - 7:30 PM
Ripped From The Headlines

Thursday, April 20 - 10AM

Panera Bread - Rockaway Mall

Myra H Silverman Sisterhood Gift Shop
for all your Judaica needs
Call the temple office at
If you don’t see what you are looking for, we can always order for you!

By popular demand -- the first annual Spring BBQ
Sunday, April 23 - 4:00 - 7:00 PM   
in the Social Hall


Passover is April 10 – April 18
Get the Passover schedule here

White Meadow Temple

153 White Meadow Road | Rockaway, New Jersey  07866 | 973-627-4500 |
Calendar and Candlelighting Schedule


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We have events and programs for all ages - check out what's going on this month!

Join us for a bar mitzvah, event, minyan, Shabbat service, or class and feel the difference!

Shabbat Evening Services: 8:00 PM 
Shabbat Morning Services: 9:15 AM

Sunday Morning Minyan: 8:30 AM
Office Hours  

Mon-Thurs: 9:00-3:00 PM
Friday: 9:00-2:00 PM

Affiliated with the United Synagogue of America, White Meadow Temple is a warm, active, egalitarian Conservative congregation that welcomes interfaith couples and serves the needs of members across multiple generations.

The community, while originally from just White Meadow Lake, has maintained its hamishness while welcoming members from towns throughout Morris County and beyond. The Synagogue offers an accredited religious school program with junior congregation services on a regular basis, and maintains active, vibrant programs for Adult Education, Sisterhood, and Men's Club.  White Meadow Temple holds services on Shabbat, festivals, and Sunday mornings under the auspices of Rabbi Charlie Popky.