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The generations need each other, yet many of us today find ourselves setting down roots in new places.  When parents live far from their adult children, grandchildren from grandparents, or friends far removed from one another, we find in Brith Sholom a "place to come home to." What kind of place is this Jewish community, located as it is in... For more Please click here...

Religious Services

Minyan is  Monday and Thursday mornings right now, 7:45 a.m. on Monday and Thursday.

Shabbat and Holiday Holiday services are mornings at 9:00 a.m.

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May Calendar
• 5/2   Thursday Morning Minyan 7:45am
• 5/4   Shabbat Achrei Mot 9am
• 5/5   Brunch & Learn with Author Mary Golubcow 10am
• 5/5   Yom HaShoah program at the JCC 7pm
• 5/6   Yom HaShoah Services 7:45am (We will read Megillat HaShoah)
• 5/11 Shabbat Kedoshim 9am
• 5/12 Centennial 1960's Mother's Day Brunch - 11:30am
• 5/13 Yom HaZikaron service at the JCC 6:30pm
• 5/14 Community Yom Ha'atzmaut Celebration at KI 6pm
• 5/17 Friday Night Starry Shabbat #1 - 7:30pm in the courtyard 
• 5/18 New Member Shabbat (Shabbat Emor) 9am  
• 5/26 Lag B'Omer Cybersecurity workshop & brunch 10am led by David Caine 

Letters from the Rabbi's Desk

HaTikvah - The Hope
I write this article, Shabbat has ended and over 300 missiles & drones have been launched by Iran towards Israel. Like many of you, I have reached out to my family living in Israel and am grateful to God that they are all safe. Over the past seven months we have endured the horrors of the Hamas attack on October 7th, the unbearable grief of the loss of 1,200 murdered men, women, and children, 200+ soldiers killed in action defending Israel, holding the pain and anguish of our people still held hostage in Gaza and their distraught families, and the rising hate and deligitimitization of Israel both worldwide and right here at home.

  To read the entire letter, Please click here.

We welcome you to join us for a Shabbat morning or holiday service, stay for Kiddush, and meet the members of our congregation. You do not have to be a member to come and experience a service at Brith Sholom.


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