Sign In Forgot Password

A New Year's Message from Rabbi Sigal

During the eight days of Hanukkah, we lit candles to celebrate the miracle and placed the hanukiyah (Hanukkah menorah) in the window to advertise the miracle. But, in a culture of hate in which incidences of violence, anti-Semitism, racism and bigotry, are on the rise, we may not feel safe being visible and celebrating our traditions. Read more →

We celebrate Judaism as a wisdom, a dynamic evolving tradition. We emphasize personal and communal connections with meaning; building on the past, honoring the present and looking to the future. We are a musical, learning, creative, relevant and contemplative community. We honor and welcome all people, religions and opinions.

     — Rabbi Sigal Brier

Thu, January 23 2020 26 Tevet 5780