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.
Join us for Shabbat worship as we enter sacred time with music, meditation, and prayer.
Join us for an opportunity to discuss Torah together. We will meet to read the weekly Torah portion.
Join us for worship as we celebrate a congregational Bar/ Bat Mitzvah.
Please join us for the second Touchpoints discussion. We will be continuing our exploration of meaningful current topics following Rabbi Gordon’s Being Mortal sermon.
This Sunday we encourage you to read Sandy Bem’s article in The New York Times from May 14, 1015 about her choice to end her life due to a terminal illness.
“The Last Day of Her Life” – The New York Times (www.nytimes.com/…/magazine/the-last-day-of-her-life.html)
The discussion will be facilitated by Anne Ryan and Alissa Zuchman.
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