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Our Congregation

We worship God and celebrate our Jewish heritage in an egalitarian atmosphere that invites participation and creativity.  Through religious observances, educational programs, and social gatherings, our synagogue offers opportunities for individuals and families to enrich their lives, connect with others, and to discover our own relationship to Judaism.


We are a community of learners. We hold classes, workshops, lectures, and discussions for all ages, from our youngest children to our oldest adults.  Here, we learn about our history, customs, and rituals.  Here, we explore what it means to be Jews in the modern world, utilizing the teachings and insights from our past.   

Prayer & Worship

Shabbat Evening Services

Our services begin at 6:00 pm and will be held in our parking lot (weather permitting) or in our sanctuary. Join us live, on Facebook (public), or via Zoom (members only) We use a prayer book created by our own members.

Shabbat Morning Services

We hold Shabbat Morning services, at 10:00 AM, whenever our thirteen year-olds become B’nai Mitzvah.  These services are exceptionally beautiful and moving.  Each young adult leads the service from start to finish, leading prayers in English and Hebrew, chanting from the Torah and Haftarah, and delivering a D’var Torah before the congregation.   We are extremely proud of our unique B’nai Mitzvah experience and the accomplishments of our young adults.

High Holy Day Services

We begin the Days of Awe with a S’lichot service under the stars.  There, the cantor, accompanied by an instrumentalist, leads us in song, and our rabbi offers words that prepare us for the process of repentance.

For Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we use the new Reform prayer book, "Sanctuary of the Soul."  With its modern English interpretations of the Hebrew prayers, we have the opportunity to connect deeply to these holy days.  Our rabbi’s sermons are especially moving, warm, and thought-provoking.  Our cantor and choir fill the sanctuary with beautiful and uplifting music.

During the afternoon of Rosh Hashanah, hundreds of us gather at the beach for the ceremony of Tashlich to sing, pray, and, with breadcrumbs, symbolically cast our sins into the water.  This is one of our most wonderful events, both spiritually and socially.

Mon, July 15 2024 9 Tammuz 5784