Located at the corner of Gregory and Main in Kansas City Missouri, we are the only Jewish Reform congregation that offers all of its activities and services in the midtown area of Kansas City. The New Reform Temple considers itself true to the values of Reform Judaism. Read More.
7100 Main Street, Kansas City, MO 64114
Becky and Nathan Bliss are thrilled working as soloists for The New Reform Temple and we look forward to being inspired by their musicianship and spirituality. Come hear them during our Friday Shabbat Services beginning August 26.
Join the Inaugural NRT Mitzvah Sunday Morning
Rabbi Londy announces the “First Annual Spring Mitzvah Sunday”. Celebrating our 50th Anniversary Year, the congregation is encouraged to make a difference together at the new Jewish Family Services Brookside East facility.
Complimentary coffee and bagels will welcome all who give an hour to help stock & box in the terrific new Food Pantry or provide care for the new front yard landscape. Well stocked shelves allow clients to shop in dignity, and carefully prepared food boxes are delivered to those who cannot travel for food, including JVS refugee clients.
The Social Justice Committee welcomes all to come and share Tikkun Olam responsibility to repair the world and support this beautiful facility serving our urban community. The annual spring mitzvah hour is designed to allow parents to drop off Sunday School children and come get to know other congregational members as we have fun working together May 21! Ample off street parking provided behind the building.
Please RSVP to the Temple office, 816-523-7809, if you plan on attending.
As The New Reform Temple approaches its 50th year, it is a time to reflect on the past and look forward to the future.
Click here to read more in our latest newsletter.
Our entire congregation is invited to attend our annual Confirmation Ceremony on Friday, May 5. The New Reform Temple was built on the notion that Confirmation, the celebration of 11 years of Jewish education, was to be a high point in the Religious Life of the synagogue. Four outstanding young people will each share with the congregation a brief reflection on important topics facing the Jewish Community. Let us support these fine young people by our presence. To find out more, Click here.