Worship

Makheilah

For those who love to sing Jewish music, participate in worship and add their own spirit to services, the Congregational Choir enriches the High Holy Day services and Shabbat services throughout the year. Congregants of all ages and musicians of all levels are welcome to participate.

Makheilah

For those who love to sing Jewish music, participate in worship and add their own spirit to services, the Congregational Choir enriches the High Holy Day services and Shabbat services throughout the year. Congregants of all ages and musicians of all levels are welcome to participate.

Makheilah

For those who love to sing Jewish music, participate in worship and add their own spirit to services, the Congregational Choir enriches the High Holy Day services and Shabbat services throughout the year. Congregants of all ages and musicians of all levels are welcome to participate.

Makheilah

For those who love to sing Jewish music, participate in worship and add their own spirit to services, the Congregational Choir enriches the High Holy Day services and Shabbat services throughout the year. Congregants of all ages and musicians of all levels are welcome to participate.

Makheilah

For those who love to sing Jewish music, participate in worship and add their own spirit to services, the Congregational Choir enriches the High Holy Day services and Shabbat services throughout the year. Congregants of all ages and musicians of all levels are welcome to participate.

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Ani Kinor

Ani Kinor: The RS Orchestra, takes its name from the Israeli songwriting giant Naomi Shemer’s song “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,” Jerusalem of Gold will perform on this date.

The final line of this song’s chorus is L’chol shirayich Ani Kinor, for all of your songs, I am a stringed instrument.   The strings and the whole ensemble give voice to our prayers in a contemporary way. Thanks to the support of the Snitzer Religious Music Fund, we are able to welcome this large ensemble to our sacred space twice each month.

 

Tot Shabbat

Tot Shabbat is a time for babies, tots and preschoolers and their families to gather for singing, dancing and storytelling. The "service" is led by our rabbis and cantor and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.

Tot Shabbat

Tot Shabbat is a time for babies, tots and preschoolers and their families to gather for singing, dancing and storytelling. The "service" is led by our rabbis and cantor and is followed by an animal cracker and challah oneg.

Yizkor/Neilah Service in Sanctuary, followed by Break-the-Fast

At the end of the Concluding Service on Yom Kippur, congregants of all ages are invited to participate in the “Great Blast of Shofars.” Bring your shofar and help us create a beautiful sound.  

Follwing the service, congregants are invited to gather in the Teller Auditorium to Break-the-Fast. Thank you to the Jamison Fund for sponsoring Break-the-Fast. 

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