We are an extended family of Jews by birth and by choice. We are blessed to be a dynamic, egalitarian, spiritual community, rich in diverse approaches to Jewish learning and practice. We strive to deepen personal connection to the Divine through prayer, music, movement, and storytelling. We are proud to be an LGBTQ Safe Zone.
Havurah Synagogue presents our Annual Hanukkah Fest on Sunday, December 22 at 4 PM. Enjoy a Latke dinner (for sale) with all the trimmings while the children create beautiful menorahs and beeswax candles and play dreydl. Communal candle lighting and songs will follow, led by Rabbi David Zaslow and Cyrise and Stefan Schachter and storytelling …Learn More
Hanukkah Chant and Meditation, Wed., Dec.18, 6:30 – 8:00 PM with Morah Cyrise Beatty Schachter.Learn More
Join Rabbi Joshua Boettiger and Rabbi David Zaslow for a poetry reading at the Havurah Synagogue on Dec. 5 at 7:30 PM. Rabbi Boettiger serves Temple Emek Shalom and received his MFA in poetry. Rabbi Zaslow serves the Havurah Synagogue and received his Master’s Degree with a focus on poetry. Joshua Boettiger will be reading …Learn More