We are a warm, small, neighborhood shul, and we are finding ways to make prayer and services more meaningful and participatory. No boring sermons! We have engaging, interactive discussions about the weekly or holiday Torah portion (excluding High Holidays).
We are unaffiliated—and the synagogue is post-denominational egalitarian, where both women and men are active participants in the service. The Shul offers an environment where people across Jewish denominations can make their own spiritual connections.
Our professional staff is headed by our Rabbi-in-Residence, Rabbi Daniel Klein, who is with us several times a month and is available for Life Cycle Events. In addition, we have a Rabbinic Intern who leads services several times a month, and is also involved in our Young Professionals community.