We welcome all who are interested in participating in Jewish life.
We use the Reform prayerbooks, Mishkan T’Filah and Miskan Hanefesh.
We are a small, intimate congregation where everyone knows your name.
We are a synagogue with deep roots founded in 1900 and worship in a beautifully preserved, historic building..
We are an independent congregation with an innovative spiritual leader.
We welcome interfaith couples.
We welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender members.
Be our guest for the High Holidays
Join us in our historic synagogue for the High Holiday Services. All are welcome and it is free. We ask however, for security and planning purposes, that you register by sending us an email at email@example.com. The schedule for services is below. Please note that you will either need to present proof of vaccination or wear a mask.
High Holiday Schedule
Tuesday October 4,, 2022 7:30pm Kol Nidre Live Stream: https://youtu.be/yQL9up_3eig
Wednesday October 5, 2022 9:30am Yom Kippur Live Stream: https://youtu.be/uPxsn8ReY1I
4:00 Afternoon Service, including Yizkor
Approx 5:30 Neilah
Live Stream: https://youtu.be/o9SwWAkTJGA
Please note that due to Covid 19 concerns, we will not be having our traditional break fast this year.
Our weekly Mah-Jong group meets every Tuesday at 7:00PM. All levels of players are welcome. If you are interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you all the details. Here’s a recent news article about the group: https://www.jewishrhody.com/stories/for-mahjong-players-april-is-about-more-than-pesach,14433
Cantor Gluck’s Blog
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