September 03, 2015   19 Elul 5775

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Come on in. Take off your coat. Have a little something to eat. And join a dynamic and inclusive Reform congregation where you truly belong. From young families, to seniors, to singles to interfaith and same sex couples, all are welcome to take part in a spiritual environment where joy and personal connections flourish.

As a vital and active congregation led by Rabbi Randy Sheinberg, you’ll find Early Childhood Education and Hebrew School, a Junior and Senior Youth Group, Lifelong Learning and Torah Study, Sisterhood and Brotherhood, the Caring Community and a wealth of social activities and events for all.

Tikvah means hope. And we hope you’ll consider becoming part of this caring community. Give us a call. Come visit us. We'll make a plate for you.

UPDATE – Click here for our current calendar 



Zumba – Special Rates on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm throughout June, July and August

Mindfulness & Meditation – Saturday, August 22 at 10:15 am

Early Childhood Fall Programs – Click here for schedule

High Holy Days Schedule of Services – Click here for schedule


Shabbat Services Schedule  

Friday, August 21
   8:00 pm – Shabbat Service
                    led by Ruth Cooperman
                    and Cantor Guy Bonné

Saturday, August 22
   9:00 am – Torah Study

Friday, August 28
   8:00 pm – Shabbat Service
                   led by Rabbi Randy
                   Sheinberg and Cantor
                   Guy Bonné

Saturday, August 29
   9:00 am – Torah Study

Friday, September 4
   8:00 pm – Shabbat Service
                   with Organ

Saturday, September 5
   9:00 am – Torah Study
   7:00 pm – Selichot-Themed
   9:00 pm – Selichot Service

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