Jewish Holidays


“When two people sit and words of torah pass between them, the divine Presence rests between them.”        

                                                                                                        Rabbi Chananya ben Teradion

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 We recognize that our congregational family has diverse needs and we strive to provide many opportunities for worship that will allow each to participate fully in our services in a way that is meaningful to them. 

On the first Friday of each month, our service begins at 6:00 PM and is followed by a Pot Luck Dinner.  The siddur used at this service is appopriate for young children.  We also bless those children who celebrate birthdays during the month in this service. Services on all other Friday evenings begin at 7:00 PM and the third Friday of each month is our “Ask The Rabbi” service. On the Saturday following our Family Service, we have a 10:00 Worship Service.  All most other Saturday morning, we have Torah Study at 10:00 AM.  Check the calendar.


NOTE: Each holiday begins and ends at sundown on the days listed.
Jewish Year 5777
Secular Year Sep ’16 – Sep ’17
Rosh Hashana -11M‑Tu The Jewish New Year
Yom Kippur  W Day of Atonement
Sukkot M‑Tu


Feast of Tabernacles
Shmini Atzeret M Eighth Day of Assembly
Simchat Torah Tu Day of Celebrating the Torah
Chanukah Su‑Su The Jewish festival of rededication, also known as the Festival of Lights
Purim Su Purim is one of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar
Pesach Tu‑W



Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread
Shavuot W‑Th Festival of Weeks, commemorates the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai
Tish’a B’Av Tu The Ninth of Av, fast commemorating the destruction of the two Temples


NOTE: Each holiday begins and ends at sundown on the days listed.