Temple House of Israel regards each member as an important part of our mishpachah (family).  Although small in number, we are proud of our spirit, energy, history, and commitment to our members.  Our congregation is governed by a Board of Directors elected from the membership.  In a small community such as ours, every voice is important and is heard.  We offer our members and the community at large a sense of caring, as well as a full complement of religious services and activities for the entire family and for all ages.

Religious services are held the first Friday evening and the third Saturday morning of every month. Check the calendar for additional services and special events.

Our synagogue follows the principles of Reform Judaism, is affiliated with the Reform movement, and is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism.  We believe in a religious tradition that emphasizes liberal Jewish religious practice, social action, and tikkun olam.  We also consider ourselves part of the greater community and support various interfaith programs, projects in the public schools, and charitable drives for our needy fellow citizens.

The history of our congregation dates back to 1876, residing in Staunton, Virginia.

Although we aren’t all that active (yet) using social media, you can find (and LIKE!) us on Facebook.