I’d echo DSeid and Allesan and say it would come across very weird. As odd as if you sang the Adam Sandler Chanukah song. “OJ Simpson, not a Jew!” indeed!
Since it is so easy to come up with something less patronizing, and to simply ask the Congregation in advance, I’d guess it will set your intra-congregation relations back a long way if you simply surprise them with it.
Oh, they will be polite, and clap and thank you for the effort all right. They will tell you how beautiful it all sounded, and they will be right, I am sure.
But afterwards, a certain chilliness and distance will set in, the very thing you are working to get past.
Why risk it?
PS - I note you haven’t specified your own denomination here. I live in an area where Jews are so few as probably most people have never met one, or if they did, they don’t know it. There are some weird Churches here with some weird ideas about Jews, Judaism, and Israel, let me tell you!
Recently, I went to an event that a large Church had what was ostensibly a panel discussion among leaders of other religions, so the faithful could learn about “ecumenism”. Jews, Sikhs, Hindus, and Muslim were represented, in addition to this particular Protestant Church representing “all of Christianity” (what no Catholics could make it?)
But the last speaker in each round was the local pastor, who basically explained away the previous answers each time so as to reassure the faithful that all was OK and that having heard what they just heard from the others, they would be able to avoid falling into those traps.
Oh of course everyone was super polite and acted interested and all. But they learned nothing.
I can recall few times in my life when I had a harder time keeping my dinner down, and also suppressing uproarious laughter, all the while feeling pity for the Hindu Scholar who tried to explain that his religion shared the same God as the Church did as an obvious act of appeasement or very dry humor at the Church’s expense.
But I was polite and smiled too. I went home and took a hot shower for about 2 hours to scrub off the misguided crap I heard. I think I need another one now just writing about this.
If your Church is even flirting with that line of thinking about other’s faiths, please ask yourself what is the true goal for your congregation in having these events in the first place. Ask if it really is aligned with the Temple’s goal. Because it might not be!