January 22, 10:30am–12:30pm
Rabbi Adam’s Installation: He’s already part of the family; the installation makes it official. Join…
February 5, 11:00am–1:00pm
Talking Torah with Rabbi Adam: Lively discussion about the weekly portion led by Rabbi Adam Baldachin. Everyone…
January 18, 11:00am–12:00pm
Dear Shaarei Tikvah family,
Today has been a day of mixed emotions. Some are experiencing jubilation, while others are filled with anxiety, confusion, and deep sadness. It has been an incredibly trying time for our nation. The results from the election have ended an incredibly tense and at times nauseating campaign season, filled with vitriol and an overwhelming sense that America has been ripped apart with two distinct and conflicting narratives. The shock of the results leaves many with a sense of hopelessness, searching for meaning in a country that may now seem different, even unrecognizable.
Donald Trump’s victory raises an awareness of just how many people want radical change for our country, and a different path forward. We don’t know exactly what that path will be, and right now it seems obscure. … Read more
The evening is perfect. Hundreds of family and friends gather before a beautiful chupah, wedding canopy, completely covered with white flowers. The sky is lit up by the twinkling of millions of stars all watching the union about to take place. The bride and groom are ebullient with energy for the hope and excitement that… Read more
Dear Friends, On Thursday night of last week we entered into the new month of Av. Av is a month of sadness in the midst of destruction, yet it also contains within it the seeds of hope. The beginning of Av introduces the “nine days,” which culminates in the ninth day of the Hebrew month… Read more
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This week January 13 - 20
Fri. evening services 6:00pm
Sat. Shabbat services 9:15am
Ruach Shabbat 11:00am
Sun. Minyan 9:00am
Mon. Minyan 9:00am
Thur. Minyan 7:00am
Fri. Candle Lighting: 4:33pm
Sat. Havdalah: 5:37pm
Jacob, nearing death, blesses Joseph and his sons, Menasheh and Ephraim; he then offers his final words to each of his twelve sons. Pharaoh gives Joseph permission to bury Jacob in Canaan. Later, as Joseph himself is dying, he instructs his kin to carry his remains back to Canaan one day, for surely, he says, God will remember them and return them to the land promised to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.