March 27, 2015   7 Nisan 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. 


March 21 –Tot Shabbat Celebrates Passover.

March 28 – Lunch and Learn discusses Elie Wiesel's Night.

                      

                                             
   
 

Click here for our Spring Schedule of Early Childhood Programming.

April 4 – Passover Community Seder. Click here for informational flier.

The Days of Awe are behind us, or are they? Click here to hear Rabbi Sheinberg's discourse on the intersection of Alaska, Abraham and Chesed.




Shabbat Services Schedule  

Friday, March 20
   6:45 pm – Torah Study
   8:00 pm – Multimedia
                   Shabbat Service
                   and Aufruf

Saturday, March 21
   9:00 am – Torah Study
  10:15 am – Tot Shabbat
   6:30 pm – Havdalah Service

Friday, March 27
   6:30 pm – Tot Shabbat
   8:00 pm – Shabbat Service
                   with Choir

Saturday, March 28
   9:00 am – Torah Study
  10:15 am – Learning Service
  11:30 am – Lunch and Learn

Friday, April 3 – Erev Pesach
   5:00 pm – Shabbat Service

Saturday, April 4 – Pesach
   9:00 am – Torah Study
   6:00 pm – Community Seder

Friday, April 10
   7:30 pm – Shabbat Festival
                   Service and Yizkor

Saturday, April 11
   9:00 am – Torah Study
  10:15 am – Tot Shabbat

Upcoming Events  

Please see above.

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RJ.org - The Reform Blog  

Four Questions to Ask Ourselves When It Comes to Youth Engagement

After spending time with more than 3,000 teens – as well as many youth professionals and other stakeholders – at the 2015 NFTY Convention and Youth Summit, I am more convinced than ever that everybody is a winner when it comes to youth engagement. I don’t mean that we all get little plastic trophies to […]

This Month in The Tent: Useful Mission Statements

A congregation’s mission statement is often one of its founding documents, setting forth a vision for the congregation and serving as a guiding document as leaders manage the sacred. Yet a lot can happen in 15, 50, or even 100 years, and so congregational leaders may wish to periodically revisit the synagogue’s mission statement as […]

Reform Youth Leaders Debrief AIPAC Conference

By Debbie Rabinovich, Andrew Keene, and Jeremy Cronig American Jews are extremely passionate about Israel. Regardless of sect, political affiliation, or region of the country, 16,000 people came to Washington, D.C., for the AIPAC Policy Conference for the sole purpose of advocating for Israel. The enormity of this event was a physical representation of the […]
New Website Announced  
The URJ has announced a new website:  ReformJudaism.org.  Click here to explore it ReformJudaism.org
Sid Jacobson JCC Overview of Specialized Services  

 


 
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