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.
Please join us December 2 for our annual Latkepalooza Hanukah celebration, again featuring the Alef Beats of Brown/RISD.
Brought together by a love of music and a passion for Jewish culture, the Alef Beats of Brown/RISD have been singing up and down the East Coast since their inception in 2005. The Beats sing in all styles, including Israeli and American pop/rock, old country Yiddish melodies, showtunes, and arrangements of modern Hebrew liturgical songs. Their membership roster includes those from as far afield as Southeast Asia, and as close to home as the Providence suburbs. Concentrations within the group vary as well, ranging from Computer Science to Classics. Through it all, though, the Beats remain united with a common friendship and a healthy appreciation for Jewish values and tradition.
Because of concerns about Covid, we will not be having our traditional dinner but we will have an oneg after services featuring latkes and Hanukah snacks.
Services are at 7:30. We are meeting in-person. However, all attendees must show proof of vaccination. Alternatively, you can watch our services on YouTube. This month’s link is https://youtu.be/riqJGadwWUA
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 email@example.com 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
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