Racial Justice Conversation (RJC)
The RJC at University Temple is a group whose purpose is to better understand racism in our society and to work to address and reduce it.
The group meets regularly to discuss readings and events, to reflect on institutional racism, and to participate in events intended to reduce racism. We strive to understand the privilege most of us have been handed. As Christians, we feel it is important that we work to transform ourselves and our society to foster the elimination of the evil of racism.
Monday Women's Discussion Group
Meets alternating Mondays at various locations.
"In Stitches" Sewing & Conversation Group
Some Mondays at 7PM at Ida Culver Retirement Home.
Monday Night Men
The Temple’s Monday Night Men’s Group is a multi-generational fellowship group that gathers twice a month. The gatherings take place in the participant’s homes over snacks and refreshments. Covering a wide range of conversation topics ranging from politics to theology, technology to spirituality, ethics to history..… the group is never short of topics or enthusiasm.
The meetings are held on the first and third Monday of each month and typically go from 7:30 to 9:30 PM. For more information, or to catch up with the group at its next meeting, contact Dale Hoff at (206) 713-8233 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday Noon Women's Group
Discussion group at the Wedgewood Broiler.
Retired Old Men Eating Out! The ROMEOs meet on the 2nd Tuesday every month at 12:30pm, at Robb’s 125th St. Grill (in North Seattle on Aurora). There is but one purpose – to enjoy a delicious lunch in the company of fellow retirees. Visitors are always welcome. Contact the office if you need more information.
Thursday Noon Study Group
Some Thursdays at Ida Culver Retirement Home.
ROOTS Breakfast Cooks
Cooking for ROOTS Young Adult Shelter on Friday mornings (6:15-8:00am).
Our Saturday Morning men's group meets at 8am weekly at the IHOP at 10002 Aurora Ave N. Topics of discussion vary from political to environmental, world events, new scientific research, religion, and anything else that stimulates the mind and conversation. Visitors are always welcome to show up and join in the conversation.