Join us at prayer. We are a traditional, egalitarian, Conservative synagogue. Women and men take equal part in all aspects of our prayer services. We read the full Torah portion on Shabbat mornings. We use the Etz Hayim Torah and Commentary (Bible) and the Siddur Sim Shalom (prayerbook). Most of our prayers are recited in Hebrew and we encourage everyone to find additional meaning in the prayer service, so feel free to follow in English or bring additional readings to help create a spiritual foundation for your prayers – and feel free to make suggestions of resources we can share with our community! Join us for regular services and for shiva minyanim in support our community’s mourners.
We are especially proud of our recently launched Social Action Shabbat series in which our community engages in regular social action projects together, including food drives and assembling care packages for US military personnel.
Our community extends a warm welcome to rey’im ahuvim, “beloved companions” who wish to be supportive of Jewish family members and to those spiritual seekers who are interested in exploring conversion to Judaism. Please click here for additional information. Rabbi Joseph Prouser invites you to meet with him to learn more and to respond to questions you may have.