Screen Shot 2012-05-23 at 7.53.09 PM


Cool in Schul Shabbats

Please join us every Friday this summer, beginning Friday, June 5th, at 5:30 PM for wine, juice, cheese and fruit as a prelude to a special, family-friendly, joyous, musical, meditative Shabbat worship experience. There will also be an Oneg following our 6 PM service. Happy Summer!

 WTJ Honey Sale

Our Minyan Service is held every Saturday at 9 AM and is followed by Torah Study at 9:45 AM.  



Please join Rabbi Judith & Brian Siegal and other Temple Judea families on a Family Trip to Israel June 13-23, 2016



 New Playground


Meet our Congregants



Check out what is going on in the Reform Movement’s 2020 Vision.more info button



Temple Judea Live Streaming


Temple Judea is delighted to offer live video streaming of all Shabbat and holiday services in our beautiful sanctuary, along with selected special events. If you are unable to physically attend services, our video streaming service will allow you to stay connected and watch services from your home on your computer. All events are streaming live, and may only be viewed while services are taking place.

Building on Tradition: Making the Old New and the New Sacred

judea campaign logo tag-rgbWe’ve had so many letters of appreciation from members about the Endowment Fund, that we decided to extend our message to you for another week about the importance of donations to the Endowment portion of the Building on Tradition.

My son, Ian, has spent two summers at
Camp Coleman and it's something he looks forward to each year.  Camp is the union of new found independence, friendship and fun all in the context of Jewish faith and and learning.  Camp Coleman makes Jewish learning interactive on a daily basis, allowing kids to connect to faith and culture all the time. From cooking to services, "it's all fun, mom!"  Ian's first experience was the summer after 4th grade and he was both excited and nervous. The camp staff  were wonderful and he had a good friend from Judea going to the same session. Ian came home happy, independent, singing Sabbath prayers and wanting to play Israeli cash cab. He had made new friends and tried so many new things, including white water rafting. The camp staff had encouraged independence and responsibility, respect for others and an understanding of spirituality that I knew Ian felt was important. 

The second summer he helped the campers that produce the weekly show, a video journal of the week's highlights at camp  They encouraged him to do what he loved and this made his summer even more exciting. Now, he talks to anyone interested in camp. He talks about being a counselor when his younger brother is old enough to attend, and he is excited about his Bar Mitzvah.  Living with people from around the world who all celebrate the Jewish faith has been a powerful experience for Ian.  It has been life-changing - one that he will never forget and we are so grateful to Temple Judea, The Jewish Federation and Camp Coleman for giving him this opportunity.   

Elise Linder & Glenn Sheldon 

There is no better time than today to make a donation to Building on Tradition.

The Margaux Early Childhood Center

margaux logo

At The Margaux Early Childhood School, we recognize the importance of developing a child's physical, emotional, and social potential. We are a place where children play, learn, explore and make friends.

Online Forms

goinggreenWe are going green and trying to make online forms available for all major registrations and programs. Take advantage of this and follow these links:

Temple Judea: Building a sacred Jewish community in the City Beautiful

Temple Judea: Building a sacred Jewish community in the City Beautiful
September 5 - November 2, 2014
in Gallery 109

Temple Judea, Coral Gables - Coral Gables Museum exhibitionEstablished by a cluster of pioneering families who valiantly secured land in 1948 to build the Coral Gables Jewish Center; Temple Judea has grown to more than 600 households, and is proud to continue to serve as the only Reform congregation in Coral Gables.

Since it’s founding, Temple Judea has been committed to honoring the ancient traditions of Judaism, while acknowledging the need for the synagogue to remain relevant in an ever-changing secular world. World-renowned architect, Morris Lapidus reflected Temple Judea’s chosen roles as a House of Worship, House of Study and House of Community Assembly in the design of the building of the current home on the corner of US 1 and Granada Boulevard, built in 1966 and recently awarded historic landmark status by the City of Coral Gables.

Featuring video, historical photographs and documents as well as sacred objects; the exhibit will tell the story of the City’s earliest Jewish community’s 65 year journey from a small building in a residential neighborhood to it’s landmark-designated campus, where it is a valued contributor to the richness of the surrounding community of Coral Gables.

Curated by Bill Iverson in consultation with Temple Judea staff and volunteers.

CGTV's Coverage of the Temple Judea Exhibit at the Coral Gables Museum

“Miami Herald – Sacred Space”

Upcoming Events


08.29.2015 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm




09.05.2015 11:00 am - 12:45 pm









3-WUPJ logo
4-coleman logo
gay pride rectangle decal
big tent judaism logo newblue_transpbackground  
joi round_lge_pantone_rgb