ZOOM ONLY, NO IN-PERSON. Join us from wherever you are physically for special blessings, stories and music that inspires and expresses gratitude.
Join in for weekly conversation and study, focusing on the weekly Torah portion and holidays. We will explore layers of meaning and generations of commentary, including texts and stories that might challenge us intellectually and spiritually – and maybe even inspire us to laugh.
Welcome to a book club that requires no need to read ahead! The details – the first Thursday of each month we’ll meet at 7:00 p.m. to look at three children’s books based on a monthly theme, discuss, and drink some wine or tea. The picture books are sourced from PJ Library and other reputable Jewish organizations. We read them at TBA together, so there’s no reading to do at home between meetings – other than with your kids! This program is free and open to all.
A warm welcome for our new members to join us before the Shabbat service for schmoozing.
Religious school students help lead a musical & joyous Shabbat service for all ages.
We will use Loose Parts Play, a sensory play that encourages immersive, creative and open-ended play in children – to explore the Jewish holidays and Jewish values. We’re taking a joyful approach to Jewish education by inviting children into this rich tradition at their level! This program is free and open to all. Sunday, December 4: Hanukkah; Sunday, January 8: B’tzelem Elohim (Created in the Divine’s Image); Sunday, February 5: Tu B’Shevat; Sunday, March 5: Purim; Sunday, April 2: Passover; Sunday, May 7: Ba’al Tashchit (Do Not Destroy or Waste); Sunday, June 4: Ometz Lev (Courage)
Join us for Musical Friday Nights with Rabbi Alison Adler and Aaron Zev Katz (in-person & on Zoom) at 7:00 PM. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom login information.