A place of Jewish worship...learning...and assembly.
Our focus is to cultivate a caring, inclusive community
in the spirit of liberal Judaism.
Be part of our Friday night discussions as we welcome Shabbat with PRS. This month we are looking at texts about disability awareness and inclusion together. Bring an open mind, two candles, and a glass of wine/grape juice. We'll be there to greet you. To join us on zoom please contact Cathy Duke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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LED BY RABBI HELAINE!
Join us in reading “Great Jewish Thinkers: Their lives and work by Naomi Pasachoff
Tuesdays 7;00-8:15 PM Jan. 12 and 26; Feb. 9 and 23, March 9 and 23, and April 13 and 27.
Rabbi Helaine quotes Rabbi William Cutter, “The development of Jewish thought is in many ways similar to the evolution we see in the world of music. Music is always presenting us with new rhythms and harmonies. But it is also deeply rooted in the achievements of past musicians. This book, “Great Jewish Thinkers celebrates Judaism’s ability to adapt and grow in response to new surroundings without giving up its precious history and legacy. The book honors the Jewish belief that the past is a model for the present.”
We welcome anyone who is interested in learning more about Judaism through this reading, and who is looking for lively conversation and maybe some new friends! All are welcome. You do not need to be a congregant to participate.
You can find the book on Amazon, or locally can be ordered at Split Rock Books.
For questions, contact co-President Adele Stern at email@example.com
Rabbi Helaine Ettinger
“PRS iS EXCITED TO INVITE YOU TO OUR FIRST IN PERSON EVENTS!
We are so very pleased to announce that we are holding IN PERSON SHABBAT SERVICES on Saturday June 19 at 10 AM under St. Mary’s beautiful outdoor tent on the great lawn followed by a wonderful kiddish.
And on Sunday, June 27 at 10 AM we will be holding our annual meeting followed by a celebratory picnic in the outdoor tent! (In the event of rain on June 19 we will also hold a service on June 27). Most importantly, we will be honoring our wonderful Rabbi Helaine on June 27th, recognizing all she has done to keep our congregation thriving and connected during the pandemic. NOTE: We ask you to use your mask during both these in person events. And if you are unable to attend, we are trying to arrange to zoom both events. (If you wish a zoom invitation, kindly contact Cathy Duke at 914 450 4188 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org)