• Sukkot Sept. 23 and Simchat Torah Sept 30

    Come celebrate our fall holidays with us.  Eat in the Sukkah and stay for the service. Click here to see the full schedule

  • Saturday Torah Study

    Torah Study with Rabbi Rigler takes place almost every month between 8:45 and 9:45 a.m. Click here for the exact dates.

  • S’lichot on Sept. 1

    Start the High Holiday season off with our celebration of S’lichot starting with a reception at 6:30, followed at 7:00 with a discussion of Forgiveness and Judaism with Rabbi David Levin and a service at 8:30 with Cantor Marx. Click here for more information.

  • New and Prospective Member Shabbats

    We welcome all new and prospective members for two very special Shabbat Services! Click here for more information.

  • High Holy Day Information

    Click here for the 2018/5779 High Holy Day Schedule.

  • Our Gift Shop is now online

    Our gift shop, the Gift Garden, is now online. We carry all kinds of Judaica, but this webpage will feature seasonal items. Right now, we are highlighting High Holy Day items. You can find the link by selecting COMMUNITY in the navigation bar and Gift Shop on the drop-down.

  • Tanakh Class

    What does the Bible really say? What does it really mean? Join us most Wednesday mornings for lively discussion – click here to read more

  • Online Mi Shebeirach Submission Form

    Do you know someone in need of our prayers of healing? You can now submit their name to our Mi Shebeirach list using an online form by clicking here. All submissions are as confidential as if you called the office to add a name to the list.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Last Day of Camp

    Aug 17 @ 12:00am - 11:59pm
  2. Shabbat Services

    Aug 17 @ 8:00pm - 10:00pm
  3. Choir Rehearsal

    Aug 21 @ 7:30pm - 9:00pm
  4. Shabbat Services

    Aug 24 @ 7:00pm - 9:00pm
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