We meet on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 11 am for a service of community and connection. On the 1st Friday, we light candles together in recognition of our shared heritage. Our ritual times are grounded with modern, cherished music and messages from the head and the heart.
See our Events page for a list of virtual services as we navigate Covid restrictions through Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
A special Hanukkah Homecoming celebration is in the works, too (pending our return to in person gatherings).
From birth to death, we welcome you to celebrate the joys and sorrows of life with us. We're eager to help you make meaning and honor your beliefs when designing weddings, b'mitzvah, remembrances or other rituals of tough and tender transitions.
What are you reading these days? We are an intellectual group, gathering to read and talk about ideas of current and historic interest. A new group will start up in October and meet on Zoom. Please email to join our list.
Sharing food is only one part of Jewish community, but it is the tastiest! Join us for Bagel Brunches, Lunch Bunch gatherings and times of sharing at the Holidays.
Our Tuesday morning time for stretching our bodies reminds us of the call to be gentle with ourselves, and promotes flexibility of body and mind! All abilities are accommodated in this 30 minute session held via zoom.
The creative impulse is a part of the human experience and we offer the chance to engage the Jewish Studio Process(tm) with art making activities for all ages.
Our current series of Cultural Literacy programs meets on Zoom on the 3rd Sunday of the month from 3-4:30pm. We will be screening two half-hour lectures by Professor Mark Berkson of Hamline University, followed by conversation. See our Events page for current themes.
Learn about our community, talk about current events and enjoy a beverage! This is a great way to get an introduction to our philosophy and personalities. Low key conversation and laughter in a casual (& for now virtual) space.