Sukkat Shalom is a unique and innovative congregation serving a diverse group of individuals and families within an intimate spiritual home. Learn More
During the year there are various opportunities for discussion, support, and learning. Rather than a specific “outreach” program, all of the programming of Sukkat Shalom is designed to nurture the quest for meaningful spiritual growth within the context of Jewish tradition. Learn More
A transformational congregation celebrating diversity. Welcoming the intermarried, the unaffiliated, and those searching for a meaningful Jewish life.
Sukkat Shalom means a “sukkah of peace.” A sukkah is open with no roof or permanent walls. Sukkat Shalom, the Open Congregation, uses the image of a sukkah to remind us that our spiritual life is open to others and to God – flexible and dynamic.
We offer a full program of innovative family education, meaningful and creative worship, adult discussion and study, interfaith couple support groups, and holiday observances.
Sukkat Shalom is a progressive synagogue in which to explore Jewish thought and search for personal meaning.
7th graders will share a dinner and discuss the meaning of becoming young adults in the Sukkat Shalom community with Rabbi Gordon.
Parents will join their child in worship at 7:30 p.m.
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Guest Speaker: Jo Ivester, author of The Outskirts of Hope: A Memoir of the 1960s Deep South
Join us for Shabbat worship as we enter sacred time with music, meditation, and prayer. As part of our service, Jo Ivester will discuss her book which explores the journals left by her mom painting an inspiring picture of her family’s experiences in a town dealing with the racism that still grips our country.
Join us for an opportunity to discuss Torah together. We will meet to read the weekly Torah portion.
Join us for our upcoming Tikun Olam day. Families will have the opportunity to help make our world a better place.
Registration for the various projects will be available at Family School.