Please join us on Saturday September 24 for Selichot worship; a special evening of meditation and prayer. Walking meditation will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by Selichot worship at 7:30 p.m Click here for a complete schedule of High Holy Day Worship
A huge thank you to everyone who helped make our 2016 Summer Fun Raiser such a success. We exceeded our goal and most of all we had a fabulous evening. See you all next year!
Bring a treat to share
and Food for the Food Shelf… read more
Join us for an extraordinary weekend of music, food and worship.
Friday, July 1
6:00 pm – Shabbat and High Holiday Musical Workshop
7:00 pm – Shabbat worship lead by Rabbi Ilene Harkavy Haigh and special guest Cantor, Melanie Cooperman
Saturday, July 2
5:30 pm – Welcome snowbirds BBQ
6:30 pm– Havdalah Caberet
“From Broadway to the Met”
with Cantor Melanie Cooperman in Concert
We will supply hamburgers, hotdogs, and veggie burgers. Please bring sides, desserts and drinks.
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A Weekend of extraordinary Jewish Learning
REVEALING SOME MYSTERIES OF THE BIBLE with
Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman
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Friday, May 1st, 6:30 pm
Service for the Soul “Or Chadash“
We are without exception made in the image of God. How do we understand that one in four of us struggles with mental illness? Please join us for a special Service of the Soul as we together kindle an “Or Chadash” a new light and a new hope.… read more
Sunday morning bagel brunch with Shaina Wasserman from J Street
Sunday, April 19th, 11:00 am
Join us for bagels and discussion with Shaina Wasserman from J Street, an organization that believes in the right of the Jewish people to a national homeland in Israel, in the Jewish and democratic values on which Israel was founded, and in the necessity of a two-state solution.
Note: The presentation by Jean Sonders scheduled for Sunday, 4/12 was cancelled due … read more
Join in Sacred Remembrance
Friday, April 17th, 6:30 pm
Shabbat Worship and Shoah Remembrance
Special Guest Speaker: Rabbi Alan Fuchs
** Please bring something to share for the Oneg Shabbat **
Rabbi Fuchs is Rabbi emeritus, Congregation Rodeph Shalom, Philadelphia, PA and visiting professor at OSHER@Dartmouth (formerly ILEAD)
“The preservation and transfer of memory is the most critical mission that children and grandchildren of survivors must undertake so as to ensure meaningful and authentic Holocaust remembrance in future generations. As … read more
Come One! Come All!
Shir Shalom’s Passover Seder will be celebrated this year on the first night of Passover, Friday, April 3, beginning at 6:00 pm.
As in years past, our wonderful community Seder is an opportunity not only to celebrate with other families but to participate as well.
You Are Needed!
Here are 3 ways you can help:
- When you come for the Seder on