Live the Jewish calendar joyously at every age and stage of life. In a congregation that sings and celebrates together, you will find our meaningful services enjoy strong lay participation that includes using our own siddur.
Our dynamic and innovative festival services include elements of drama, music and prayer that will capture the attention of all members — young and old — including our Selichot service, which takes place in a theatre and regularly draws over 600 attendees from our synagogue and the wider community.
Families enjoy celebrating together at our Family Shabbat and festival programs that include learning about Jewish traditions with our clergy in a fun and interactive environment.
Information for our Worshippers
Rabbi Michael Dolgin
Our people have many and varied mitzvot, sacred responsibilities. One that colours many others is our responsibility to look hopefully to the future. A hope I have for our people and our community this year is that we have the courage to mix tradition with innovation. We should draw comfort and strength from our Judaism even while it challenges us and we dare to challenge it. We should seek to live in a wide Jewish world that starts with our inner circles and reaches out to all corners of the globe!