Honoring milestones in our history as well as cycles in nature.
From the joyous to the solemn, we come together for important events.
Find new meaning in traditional holidays.
The only festival with an explicit commandment to rejoice, Sukkot is for giving thanks for the fall harvest and commemorates 40 years of Jews wandering in the desert after the giving of the Torah. Celebrated five days after Yom Kippur.
Are you building a sukkah at home and have room to welcome other congregants? Would you like to be welcomed into another’s sukkah? Complete this form to let us know that you are interested and we will match you up with another congregant family.
The festival of freedom. Celebrate the liberation of our ancestors from slavery and remember all who are still enslaved, including at our beloved communal seder.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day marks the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, honors the six million Jewish and other victims of Nazism, and features educational programs to prevent future genocides. Never forget.
Israel Independence Day recognizes the establishment of the State of Israel when members of the “provisional government” read and signed a Declaration of Independence in Tel Aviv on May 14, 1948.
Commemorate the spring harvest and the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai.