Leiser’s Footsteps exhibit is an in depth look at some of the most remarkable Jews and Salish Elders to have lived in Missoula territory.
Beginning with Jacob Leiser, who walked all the way from the Columbia River after losing all his supplies. We hope you and your family have the opportunity to see this important historical exhibit.
Please note: You can also view these extraordinary stories at: bearboneshistorians.org
We’re an egalitarian, inclusive congregation in Missoula, Montana, affiliated with Reform Judaism. We serve a growing, vibrant Western Montana Jewish community and welcome Jews of all denominations, interfaith couples, and all who want to learn about us. (more)
Responding to anti-semitic and other identity-based incidents
Here is a folder of materials that addresses the needs of children and adults experiencing or witnessing bias attacks.
|A Message from Rabbi Laurie Franklin
Dear Chevre (Holy Friends),
Yes, the changing conditions of the pandemic challenges us to keep hope alive. I whole-heartedly believe that we have the inner resources to imagine a world full of renewal and healing, to reach for connection with each other and the Divine, and to create a community that supports our yearnings through learning, prayer, and action. Here’s how we will do this together, some observances face-to-face, outdoors and others on Zoom