Our worship services are inviting, spirited, and participatory; filled with song and learning. We come from many places; our memories span the globe and many religious streams. Come pray with us. Add to the sound of our voices. Together, we make a joyful noise.
Congregation Ner Tamid follows Reform Judaism with emphasis on traditional ritual. Our services are open to innovations and strike a harmonious chord with tradition. Children are always welcome and encouraged to participate.
We hope our services reflect the joy that Judaism can bring to one's life, and at the same time be an opportunity for self-reflection and reaching out to the community.
Friday night and holiday services are held at the Christ Lutheran Church located at the intersection of Dallas Highway and West Sandtown Road at 176 W. Sandtown Road, Marietta, GA 30064. (View a map). Our Saturday morning services are held at various locations, so be sure to join our email list to receive ongoing information about our services and events.
About Rabbi Liebschutz: Rabbi Tom Liebschutz (pictured top right) was ordained in 1965 from the HUC-JIR (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion), the Reform Rabbinical Seminary, in Cincinnati. For 30 years he served as a rabbi occupying a number of pulpits, large and small, in places like Malden, MA and Tenafly, NJ.
Throughout his career, he has taught Jewish Studies/Courses at a number of institutions of higher Education including Tufts University, Wake Forest University, Salem College and Wichita State University.
Prior to coming out of retirement to join Congregation Ner Tamid, Rabbi Liebschutz was the rabbi and Director of the Religious Department of the Hebrew Home of Greater Washington in Rockville, MD for eight years.
Rabbi has been married to his lovely wife Marilyn for 50 years. They have four grown children, Philip, Ruth, Joshua and Rachel. Three live on the West Coast and Ruth, the mother of their triplet grandchildren: Ben, Jake and Sam, lives in East Cobb.