WE ARE EXPERIENCING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES WITH OUR ONLINE DONATIONS AT THIS TIME.
PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL THE TJM OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR DONATION:
“For mitzvah is a lamp, Torah a light”
Your contribution helps support the day-to-day activities of TJM. You may choose to donate to a special fund to help support an aspect of temple life that is important to you.
TJM will make its best effort to utilize donated funds for the spirit in which they were given. However, the Board of Directors, under the direction of its officers, reserves the right to use these funds for other pressing issues. All funds are maintained with separate accounting and are accurate as to their balances.
$1000 – Builder’s Stone – Engraved brass block surrounding the “Tree of Life” in our foyer, commemorating a special event or remembering a special person.
$350 – Yahrzeit Plaque – Engraved brass plaque in our Mehlman Memorial Alcove. Includes perpetual remembrance through annual Yahrzeit listing and inclusion in the Yom Kippur Yizkor book.
$250 – Leaf on the “Tree of Life” – Engraved brass leaf commemorating a special occasion or remembering a special person.
$12 – Kehillah Fund – Suggested minimum donation, helping the daily operational funding of Temple Judea Mizpah.
$12 – Gates of Our Founders Fund – Suggested minimum donation, giving honor or in memory of our temple founders.
“Special Fund” Giving
(Minimum donation $12 unless otherwise specified.
Click on title of Fund to donate)
Sefer Torah Fund
– Provides for regular inspection and repair of TJM’s Torah scrolls by a certified scribe.
Prayer Book Fund
– Provides for the repair and replacement of adult and youth prayer books for Sabbath and festivals. ($36 minimum)
– Provides for the regular purchase of new adult and youth books, audio-visual, and computer learning materials for our TJM Library.
– Provides support for TJM’s community service and tzedakah
– Provides support of TJM’s Onegs
and receptions; donations can commemorate a special event orsimcha
. ($18 minimum)
Soup Kitchen Fund
– Provides support of TJM’s work at the Good News Community Kitchen of Evanston.
– Provides support for TJM Religious and Hebrew School operations and activities to enhance the education process.
From the beginning, the symbol of Temple Judea Mizpah has always been the flame – lighting our path and guiding us from our past into our future. This flame represents the warm glow of our Sabbath candles and the inspiration we draw from our Chanukah lamp. It is the “Ner Tamid” – the eternal light above the ark in our sanctuary, the comforting reminder of God’s presence in our midst.