<strong>Temple Israel</strong>

Temple Israel

Temple Israel is a Reform congregation. They’re a congregation of 725 families. Their mission is to engage their community with a modern spiritual, educational, and social Jewish experience that uplifts their lives.

Eleven men founded their congregation, the first in Nebraska, in January 1871.

In 2006 Temple Israel President Dr. Michael Walts spearheaded the drive to begin planning for a new Temple Israel building even further west, as the congregation continues to grow and migrate. President John Lehr led the Capital and Endowment Campaign and in 2011 Temple Israel purchased 14 acres in the new Sterling Ridge development at 132nd and Pacific streets, formerly home to Highland Country Club. Construction took place over the next few years and on August 25, 2013, congregants paraded one of the Torah Scrolls from Cass Street to their new home at Sterling Ridge.

Systems Installed

•  Sound Reinforcement
      ▪  Wired & Wireless Microphones
      ▪  Assistive Listening System
      ▪  Digital Signal Processors
      ▪  Audio Recording System
      ▪  Audio Mixing Console
      ▪  Power Amplifiers
      ▪  Loudspeakers

•  Audio/Visual
      ▪  Digital A/V Distribution & Management
      ▪  Video Production System
      ▪  Crestron Control System
      ▪  Video Projection
      ▪  Video Displays


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