“God created humankind in the divine image.”
Genesis 1:27

Volunteering together as an interfaith group to combat anti-Semitism is crucial for fostering understanding, solidarity, and collective action. By joining hands across different faith traditions, we will send a powerful message of unity in Macon, GA. Through shared experiences, conversations, and collaborative efforts, we can break down barriers, challenge stereotypes, and build bridges of empathy and understanding. United, we will become a formidable force working towards a world free from anti-Semitism; a world where diversity is celebrated and individuals of various backgrounds and beliefs are honored.

Interfaith Action

Attend & Volunteer

Keep in touch with future interfaith worship services through any of the following member congregations of the Downtown Interfaith Alliance, as well as the Women's Interfaith Alliance:

Temple Beth Israel

Mulberry Street United Methodist Church

Centenary United Methodist Church

First Baptist Church

First Baptist Church of Christ

Steward Chapel AME Church

St. Joseph's Catholic Church

High Street Unitarian Universalist Church

Christ Episcopal Church

Visit TheoEd.com

TheoEd is a faith-based speaker series that brings together leading thinkers in the church and the academy to give the talk of their lives in 20 minutes or less. Its speakers deliver neither sermons nor traditional lectures. Rather they offer highly polished, no-notes, TED-style talks that seek to spark conversations about God, religion, and the power of faith to change lives and communities.

Visit to learn more about different religions and traditions. And stay tuned for more information about TheoEd in 2024!

Visit TheoEd

Join an interfaith trip: Exploring Antisemitism in Eastern Europe

Please join us as we embark on a transformative interfaith trip to Eastern Europe, where we will delve into the historical and present-day implications of unchecked Antisemitism. This trip aims to promote religious tolerance and combat prejudice in an immersive experience so as to foster interfaith understanding. Scholarships are already available.

If you are interested in participating, please sign up by emailing Rabbi Bahar.

Support the Temple's Physical Security Efforts

Are you an amazing grant writer? Are you passionate about guaranteeing the safety of our sacred space? If you are able, please volunteer your time and expertise. You can and will play a crucial role in enhancing the security measures of our beloved temple. If you have a background in grant writing, project management, or experience with homeland security, please consider volunteering. 

Donations to the Temple will also help defray expenses. Donate here.

Email Rabbi Bahar at admin@tbimacon.org to volunteer or with questions.

Be An Advocate | Support and Donate

Join the effort to have the State of Georgia define antisemitism. Join the American Jewish Committee (AJC), ADL, and the Jewish community of Georgia by meeting with elected officials in the Georgia General Assembly. Click here to join the advocacy effort.