Whether it's for prayers, a Shabbat meal, a speaker or a social event, you are invited to join us! Check out our Upcoming Events and our Daily Calendar.
For High Holyday registration information, contact Marian:
Kabbalat Shabbat on Zoom - cancelled this week
Candle Lighting ~ 6:27 PM
Shabbat Shacharit ~ 9:30 AM
Virtual Learning with Rabbi Gordon!
History of Jewish Religious Conflict
On Summer Hiatus
Mondays, 9:00 - 10:15 AM
The class will look at Jewish religious conflict from the Biblical Era, through the Hasmonean reign and the Dead Sea sects, into the rabbinic era -- Pharisees and Sadducees, Kara’ites, the Medieval Period -- Ashkenazim and Sephardim, and in the Modern Era -- Chasidim, Reform, Orthodox, and Conservative, and secularism in America and Israel."
Parashat Ha-Shavu'a -- The weekly Torah reading Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00 PM
Each week we will look at the weekly Parashah from both the traditional rabbinic and often midrashic points of view as well as from the point of view of modern historians. Although we would love you to join us for all classes, as classes are formed through sharing, you can join the lesson for that week's reading. Recommended: the New JPS translation, but feel free to use any translation.
Mitzvah 613 - Thursdays,12:00 noon - 1:00 PM.
Bring your lunch!
More than a "good deed," as it is popularly known, mitzvah in a deeper and truer sense means, literally, command. I will provide the teachings from Sefer ha-Chinuch (likely 13th C; Barcelona; anonymous). This work numbers the mitzvot as they appear in the Torah, adding rabbinic teachings and the author's own insights. Recommended: Have a translation of the Torah with you.
Join us in our sukkah!!
October 12, 13 & 14!!
Traditional Congregation is grateful for support received from the Staenberg Family Foundation Anything Grant that helped us purchase a new sukkah!