Midbar Kodesh Temple News

April 30, 2020

Never before has it been easier to attend morning minyan and Shabbat and holiday services at Midbar Kodesh Temple. Like to sleep in each morning?  Morning minyan is now at 8:00 AM instead of 7:00 AM.   Too tired after Shabbat dinner to get in the car and come to MKT?...

April 29, 2020

Richard & Suzy Erlich joined Midbar Kodesh Temple when they arrived in Las Vegas from Kotzebue, Alaska in 2010. Kotzebue is 30 miles above the Arctic Circle and Rick says

that "we really could see Russia from our front door!" The city itself had about 3200 people when t...

April 22, 2020

Members of Midbar Kodesh Temple since 2011 Linda and Haskell Deutsch were born and

raised in Brooklyn, NY and moved to Las Vegas in 2000, with stops along the way in New Jersey and South Florida. They are both retired and now play video poker professionally.

Linda was a...

April 20, 2020

COVID-19 Changes Family Promise As We Know It

  • 21 Families are currently being housed at Siegel Suites, 15 as guests of the motels' owners instead of at local churches and synagogue

  • Because there is no school or family day care, job hunting has become more diffi...

April 13, 2020

Max Hadley Wood, son to Midbar Kodesh Temple members Shira and Adam Wood, will celebrate his bar mitzvah with his family and friends, and entire community via Zoom on Saturday, April 18 at 9:00 a.m. His sister, Kate, and grandparents Judie and Neal Lewis (Henderson) an...

April 7, 2020

Midbar Kodesh Temple is built upon the spirit of tikkun olam and in these times of need for our community, our members have stepped up in some remarkable ways.

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MKT members Jeri Weiss and Emily Miller, both students at Adelson Educational Campus (AEC), have been making...

April 7, 2020

While keeping social distancing she has been out and about finding donors, packaged food items and supplies for the Vegas Community Pantry.  This is a small, privately run pantry that was started by 3 women who wanted to help their neighbors. The first week after the q...

Where would we be without Zoom?  Like so many businesses, organizations and houses of worship, we have come to rely on Zoom to bring us together.  During a time when we are social distancing from one another, the ability to see and talk in real time can be the differen...