CONGREGATION
GEMILUTH CHASSODIM

The Jewish Temple of Alexandria, Louisiana

Founded 1859

above: the Synagogues of Gemiluth Chassodim during its 155 year history

GEMILUTH CHASSODIM - OUR NAME MEANS 'ACTS OF LOVINGKINDNESS' 

The mission of Congregation Gemiluth Chassodim shall be to maintain a place of worship for the Reform Jewish Community of Central Louisiana, to further Jewish education, promote Jewish culture and to provide facilities for social interaction. Furthermore, we shall conduct ourselves in accordance with our name which means "acts of lovingkindness."


ANNUAL MEETING of Congregation Members

Sunday, February 14, 2016
Arrive 5:30 pm. - Dinner 6:00 pm followed by Annual Meeting of Members 

Meeting of the Temple Endowment Fund
will follow the Annual Meeting of Members

Congratulations to Dr. Ronnie Marks for being named to the national board of the Jewish Federation of America. 

 At the Jewish Temple, 2021 Turner Street, Alexandria LA

Shabbat Evening Services take place on Fridays at 5:30 p.m. . 

Saturday morning Shabbat services take place every Saturday at 9:30 a.m. with Torah study  at 10:30 a.m.

 

NEW - Donations may be made and dues may be paid using PayPal!
 

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ALEXANDRIA
HOLOCAUST
MEMORIAL

Dedicated With Pride 11-10-13
4th St. Downtown Alexandria, LA.
near Rapides Women's & Children's Hospital
SEE Holocaust Memorial  

 

Alexandria's Holocaust Memorial was made possible by scores of members of the community. It commemorates the military role that Central Louisiana played in the liberation of the death camps, and honors the contribution to mankind by young victim, Anne Frank.


Thanks to the City of Alexandria and all who made this memorial possible.


 
 
 
 

Temple Sisterhood announces the 

ANNUAL CORNED BEEF SANDWICH SALE!

Tuesday 3-15-16


Corned Beef
sandwich on rye; cole slaw, potato chips, pickle

Drive-up - pick up
 - or dine in.
Delivery on orders of 10 or more. 

318-445-3655
secretary@jewishtemple.org

 


JEWISH TEMPLE HISTORY

as told through our application
to be included on the 

National Historic Register 


 

 

WHAT'S NEW ON THE WEBSITE
Last update:
2-1-16


Sylvia & Mimi B'Nai Mitzvah

Past Presidents Harry & Ted

Shira, Josie, Leah, Leslie
soon to be confirmed


Jack Noles Bar Mitzvah, May 4

Hmmmm, Challah

Judy Ginsburgh, Cantorial Soloist


Congregation Gemiluth Chassodim

2021 Turner Street Alexandria, LA 71301
P.318.445.3655
F.318.445.7991
secretary@jewishtemple.org

www.jewishtemple.org

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