A Conservative Jewish Congregation established for the worship of God,
the study of Torah and the practice of Righteous Deeds.
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January 14th, 5:36 p.m.
January 20th, 4:39 p.m.
January 21st, 5:44 p.m.
January 27th, 4:48 p.m.
January 28th, 5:53 p.m.
Fridays: 5:30 p.m.
Saturdays: 9:30 a.m.
New events coming soon!
Message from our team
As I write this, earlier today Argentina became the world champion for the third time in the history of the World Cup of Football (soccer, for some).
There is much joy in my country. There was contentment in the streets and many people came out to celebrate their triumph.
The team has had its ups and downs, but today they put it all together on the field. Above all, they played as a team, taking advantage of each one’s abilities.
Our President's message
I would like to thank Rabbi Geier and Keri Campell as well as the parents of the Bimah Buddies! With our busy lives, it is important to take the time to share knowledge with our future generations. This group has met two times at the JCC and we thank Vic and the Federation for hosting the program. The children are looking forward to the New Year to continue learning our Jewish traditions, history and customs.
Our Executive Director's message
How nice come December 18th we have another happy fun holiday to share. The first candle on the Chanukah Menorah will be lit.
We will celebrate Chanukah at home and at Temple. Chanukah is the Hebrew word for dedication – the Israelis are known as Modern Maccabees whose dedication and courage made possible the miracle of the Jewish State.