Starting Thursday, March 19, our staff began working from home and our building is closed. Much of our “programming,” including education, worship, and many meetings has gone to a virtual schedule.
We are a Reform congregation with a traditional mind-set and a progressive heart. As a congregation affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, we strive to attain the high ideals of the movement. We make informed, meaningful choices from Jewish tradition to guide our observance, take an open-minded approach to Jewish religious belief and practice, and provide a home where members can cultivate, explore, and expand their spirituality.
Whether you are looking for meaningful worship, a place to celebrate life’s special moments, comfort in times of need, adult learning, early childhood education, religious and Hebrew education, or are just looking for a place to call home – we hope you will find your place, your home, here with us.