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Our Core Values
Creating a Sacred Community through Torah, Avodah, and Gemilut Chasadim: Learning, Worship, and Acts of Loving Kindness
Our synagogue is a joyful, sacred space, rooted in traditional Jewish observance, continually refreshed by new and enriching approaches to religious expression. Whether trying to connect with God or with one another, we are bound by a common desire: to live more fully Jewish lives. We are committed to supporting the individual search for spiritual growth and to strengthening our community through meaningful daily, Shabbat, holiday and life-cycle rituals.
We believe Judaism’s wealth of knowledge and culture nurtures us at every age and stage of life. We provide dynamic Jewish education for our children and for all generations, emphasizing Torah, Jewish values and traditions, the Hebrew language, Israel, and a joyful appreciation for the richness of Jewish culture.
Tzedakah and Tikkun Olam
We believe we have a responsibility to “repair the world” and commit ourselves to caring for the homeless, the hungry and those in need of loving kindness in our own congregation and beyond.
We value openness, acceptance, and informality, and we welcome all who seek to participate in a Jewish life. The diversity of our community is our strength, and the engagement of individual members is essential to the vitality of all areas of synagogue life. We create a web of opportunities -- spiritual, educational, social and community -- that connect us to each other. In times of need we comfort each other and together we celebrate life's many joyous moments.