Myra H Silverman Sisterhood Gift Shop
for all your 
holiday and Judaica needs
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Board of Trustees Meeting
Open to All Members
Sunday, June 10 - 9:30 AM

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

 White Meadow Temple

153 White Meadow Road | Rockaway, New Jersey  07866 | 973-627-4500 |
Calendar and Candlelighting Schedule  | 
Friday evening SHABBAT SERVICES at 8:00 PM 
| Saturday morning SHABBAT SERVICES at 9:15 AM

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

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

Minyan Available Upon Request

Office | 973-627-4500

Mon-Thurs: 9:00-3:00 PM| Fri: 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, and Sisterhood.  White Meadow Temple holds services on Shabbat, festivals, and Sunday mornings under the auspices of Rabbi Charlie Popky.

Create a Legacy
For many, White Meadow Temple is a second home where they have marked joyous and sorrowful milestones. You can help to ensure the future of our synagogue with a legacy donation. Contact a Legacy Group representative at 973-627-4500 today.

Mah Jongg
Every Sunday while Religious School is in session | 10AM in the Library

​​Religious School Moving Up Ceremony
Friday, May 18 - 6:00PM Services
Join us as we celebrate the advancement of our religious school students to the next level of their Jewish education.

Services will be followed by a dinner, all are welcome.

$36/Religious School Family


Join us for our Annual Tiqqun Leil Shavu'oth Study Session
Saturday, May 19:


6:45PMSe'udah Shelishith

(3rd meal of Shabbat; light dinner)

7:15PM 1st Study Session; "Why be Jewish?"


8:45PM 2nd Study Session; "What Does God Want of Me? A Look at Jewish Spiritual Practices"

9:45PM Dessert