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Holidays & Services

Our holiday celebrations include readings, music, reflections, and  activities. We celebrate these holidays together:

Shabbat Programs & Sunday Services
Rosh Hashanah
Yom Kippur
Sukkot
Simchat Torah
Channukah
Tu B'Shevat
Purim
Passover
Yom Hashoah

Shabbat & Sunday Services

We hold occasional Friday evening services for Shabbat. With songs and storytelling, these services are popular with kids and empty nesters alike!

We hold member-led Sunday services during our Community Gatherings. Services include singing, reflection, discussion, celebration, healing and remembrance.  Services are engaging and understandable whether you have a little or a lot of prior Jewish experience.

Rosh Hashanah

We start the Jewish year with a thoughtful evening adult service and a morning family service, including separate activities for young children.

Yom Kippur

At this time of year, we reflect on asking, forgiving ourselves and others, on asking forgiveness from our communities and those we care about, and taking responsibility for self improvement. Our Yom Kippur observances include a Kol Nidre service, and a morning, afternoon, and evening service and breakfast.  We all enjoy the food even though many of us don’t fast!

Sukkot

We celebrate the fall harvest holiday with a family service and community sukkah building, while we consider the meaning of home and wandering in Jewish history.

Simchat Torah

We discuss the Torah’s contribution to world literature and have a chance to view a Torah scroll.

Chanukah

Emphasizing the human struggle for freedom, we celebrate Chanukah with a family service and rockin’ party with activities for kids.

Tu B’Shvat

Adult and Sunday School education focuses on environmental protection, including a community Tu B’Shvat seder.

Purim

We celebrate this story of human heroes with a Purim Spiel by our Youth Group, a raucous Purim carnival for kids with costumes, games, groggers, and lots of fun.

Passover

We hold a community seder using a secular Haggadah, which celebrates human freedom and dignity with the Passover story and traditional holiday symbols.

Yom Hashoah

We hold a moving Holocaust memorial service.

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Mon, 15 April 2024