Events

  • Girl's Rosh Hodesh

    We intend the program to demonstrate to teenage girls Judaism’s commitment to their growth and well-being.  8th-12th grade girls may join this group.

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  • Bro's Hodesh

    “Bro’s Hodesh” is our exciting group for boys grades 8-12.  This group, led by Cantor Eric, provides a unique opportunity for boys to engage in an exploration of manhood in the 21st century, using games, sports, challenges, and a safe place to learn and grow from one another. Call or email Cantor Eric for more information.

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  • Bible Study

    This group has been and continues to be committed to reading every word of the Hebrew Bible (in English translation). After more than a decade and a half, the group has reached the so-called Minor Prophets, minor not in importance, but in the amount of material that has survived of theirs. We begin this year’s study with the end of the Book of Psalms quickly turning to the Book of Proverbs. This seminar meets biweekly on Thursday nights from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m.

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  • Shabbat Service

    Our Shabbat Services are open to all.

    Please join us.

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  • Shabbat Yoga - Saturday

    Experience Shabbat through movement;

    connecting body, mind and soul.

    This Shabbat Yoga program is taught by Rabbi Jodie Siff.

    Good for all levels, adults and post b'nai mitzvah teens,

    non-members welcome.

    Bring your own mats and yoga props (we have a few if you forget yours).

    Wear comfortable work out attire.

    One Saturday a month from 8:15-9:30 a.m. Check our calendar.

    If you have questions please Email Rabbi Siff at rabjodie@optonline.net

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  • Shabbat Seminar

    The History of Israel: A Documentary Approach: We began our examination of Zionism seven years ago through the lens of the writings of Zionist and anti-Zionist ideologues.   We will begin this year with Israel’s post Yom Kippur War history.  We will continue to critically review the development of the State through original source political and sociological documents. This seminar meets biweekly on Shabbat afternoons from noon to 1:30 p.m.

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  • Erev Shavuot Service

    The most vestigial of the three pilgrimage holidays, Shavuot celebrates the most significant event in our People’s history – the giving of the Torah.

    Yizkor will be included in the service. Since Torah is called the ‘milk of God’, we invite people to bring cheesy foods for the refrshments following services.

    Plan to join us for the final festival of the liturgical year.

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