August 26, 2015 • 11 Elul 5775


Commitment to a vibrant Reform Jewish Congregation provides life-long opportunities for spiritual growth and learning based on Jewish values.
  • We provide a welcoming environment for a diverse community.
  • We embrace and nurture our youth, recognizing them as a vital part of our congregation.
  • We continue to be a financially sound congregation with strong, active, involved membership.
  • We will raise awareness and knowledge of Judaism through interaction with local communities.
  • We will continue to be a spiritual home united by the participation of our members.


Selichot Scholar-in-Residence

Friday, September 3 - Saturday, September 4
Alden Solovy, Liturgist and Author
On the traditional High Holy Day Themes of Teshuvah (repentance), Tefillah (prayer), and Tzedakah (justice)

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