Mazel Tov to our B'nai Mitzvot
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.
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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
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153 White Meadow Road | Rockaway, New Jersey 07866 | 973-627-4500 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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White Meadow Temple always has something cooking when it comes to continuing education.
Religious School End of Year Party
Sunday, May 17 - 11:00 AM
White Meadow Temple Social Hall
White Meadow Temple Hosts Prom Dress Drive
The 2nd Annual Prom Dress Drive sponsored by the Lion’s Club was held at White Meadow Temple. Volunteers helped sort dresses, shoes and accessories that were donated by the community. More than 200 dresses and 40 pairs of shoes were made available to local 8th graders, juniors and seniors who could benefit from this program. Many thanks to: Marissa Cohen, Nicolette Guerra, Pam Chassen, Barbra Guerra, Sharon Cohen, Rachel Cohen, Elise Kelly, Jennifer Hlubik, Jordan Cohen and Alexa Wyszkowski, for all their help in making this even so successful. Thanks also go to the Rockaway Lion’s Club and the White Meadow Temple board of trustees for their support of this event.