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September 21, Selichot, 7:30pm

September 29, *Erev Rosh Hashana, 7:30pm

September 30, *First Day Rosh Hashana, 9am

October 1, *Second Day Rosh Hashana, 9am

October 5, Tot Shabbat, 10:30am

October 6, Tashlich, 11am

October 8, *Erev Yom Kippur, 6pm

October 9, *Yom Kippur, 9am

October 13, Erev Sukkot

October 14, First Day Sukkot, 9:30am

October 15, Second Day Sukkot, 9:30am

October 18, Community and Family Dinner and Kabbalat Shabbat.  RSVP/fee.

October 21, Shmini Atzeret, 9:30am

October 22, Simchat Torah, 9:30am

October 26, Tot Ulpan, 10:30am

October 27, Religious School -- First Day! 9am

 

*Tickets required and must be purchased prior to the holiday.

 

 

Please join us for Shabbat services every Saturday morning at 9:30am. 

All are welcome.  

 

Ongoing Classes:  

Thursdays:  Talking Torah, 10am 

 

Minyan

Mondays and Thursdays, 7am.

 

High Holidays 2019/5780

Click here for dates and details.

 

 

Click here (RSVP) to send a general email inquiry to the synagogue.  

 

 

Meet Rabbi Nolan Lebovitz

 

To learn more about Rabbi Lebovitz, click here.

 

 

 

Gala 2019 Virtual Journal 

click here

 

Leading up to the High Holidays, Rabbi Lebovitz is teaching the ten chapters of the Kabbalistic text Tomer Devorah.  Please click below to listen to first chapter's teaching identifying the 13 attributes of God, which Rabbi Cordovaero derives from a quote in the Book of Micah.  Rabbi Lebovitz taught us how we can incorporate these 13 attributes within ourselves and live a more godly life.  For the teachings of Chapters 2 through 10, please click on the "Learning" tab at the top and then scroll down to "Sermons and Podcasts."

 

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To access

Rabbi Lebovitz's podcast,

"My Daily Offering," 

click here

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"Avinu Malkeinu"

by Cantor Dale Schatz

September 2018

Please enjoy this special version of Avinu Malkeinu from Selichot.  We hope you delight in this taste of our High Holiday services. 

Fri, September 20 2019 20 Elul 5779