Shabbat Morning services begin at 9:15 am and we encourage you to use your fob to enter. For security purposes, our doors are locked. Below you will find a button to sign up for in-person Shabbat services.
At its August 17, 2022 meeting, the Board of Directors accepted the following recommendations made by the COVID Committee:
Vaccinations will no longer be required (although strongly encouraged) to enter the building, participate in services, participate in temple programs, attend Religious School or attend the RECC.
Masking will continue to be required at all services, Religious School and synagogue programs unless held outdoors. We ask that you wear a medical surgical mask, KN95 or N95. Cloth masks are insufficient.
Social Distancing is no longer mandated, although strongly encouraged throughout the building. We ask that you use your best judgment to maintain safe distancing and respect those who continue to personally practice social distancing.
We are kicking off a Donor Match Challengeon Giving Tuesday, November 29!
We have multiple generous donors who are ready to match your tax-deductible donations, dollar for dollar, up to $7500 between now and December 31! Your donation has double the impact.Let's raise $15,000 (or more) for TAY!
Want to raise the stakes? We're happy to invite more matching donors to raise the dollar for dollar amount. If you're interested, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everything that You Wanted to Know About Judaism but Were Afraid to Ask
Thursday evenings, beginning October 27 at 7:30 pm
This class, making use of the book, “A History of the Jewish Experience," will, over the course of the Fall and Spring, learn about the history of the Jewish people, and then go into the details of Jewish customs and practices. A great way to learn/review your knowledge of our Tradition!