Torah Study

Rabbi Brown meets weekly with an enthusiastic group for Torah study at 9:00 am Saturday mornings. The sessions focus on the parsha for that Shabbat, but can also focus on Haftorah readings.

If you come early, you can nosh with the other members of the Torah Study group. All are welcome.

Shabbat Morning Services

Many participants of Torah Study remain for services. Rabbi Brown leads a brief Shabbat Morning service after Torah Study each Saturday morning — usually starting between 10:15 to 10:30 am. (Check the Calendar for information. This Shabbat Morning service could be ‘reserved’ for Bar/Bat Mitzvah students.)

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URJ: Torah Commentaries

URJ: On the Other Hand Podcast

Remembering Rabbi Henry (Hank) F. Skirball, z”l

The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) mourns the passing of an influential leader and loyal friend, Rabbi Henry (Hank) F. Skirball, z"l.

Reform Jewish Leader Joins Interfaith Response to Cruel and Inhumane Immigration Tactics

Today, Barbara Weinstein, Director of the Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism, joined a press conference with a range of faith leaders to call out the cruel and inhumane immigration tactics, initiated in recent weeks by Governors Greg Abbot (TX), Doug Ducey (AZ), and now Ron DeSantis (FL), transporting asylum seekers and other migrants to Washington, D.C., the New York metropolitan area, and now Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.

Rabbi David Saperstein to be Honored by President Biden at United We Stand Summit

Rabbi David Saperstein, Director Emeritus of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (RAC), will be honored as a “Uniter” at today’s historic United We Stand Summit, hosted by President Biden at the White House. Rabbi Saperstein will be recognized for his work with the Multi-Faith Neighbors Network as one of the preeminent heroes from across America doing extraordinary work to stand together against hate, build bridges and heal divides in their communities.

Reform Jewish Movement Statement on the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s Declaration of Israel as an Apartheid State

The Reform Jewish Movement strongly condemns Presbyterian Church (USA)'s declaration falsely charging that Israel is an apartheid state, with the passage of Amendment INT-02 at its recent General Assembly.

Reform Movement Leaders Respond to Tragic Gun Massacre in Highland Park

We mourn the six lives taken today in Highland Park, IL and pray for all those injured, beloved members of our Reform Jewish community among them. On this day celebrating American independence, it is clear that Americans’ ability to live independent of the fear of gun violence is ever more elusive. With each massacre, the freedom to gather, pray, shop, learn, and simply be, free from fear of gun violence, is taken away.

Reform Movement Leaders Denounce the Supreme Court’s Decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

“We are outraged that the Supreme Court today has stripped women and others who can become pregnant of the fundamental right to make essential health care decisions free of governmental interference."