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More information forthcoming on topics and times of prayer & study during the day. Click here to join via Zoom.Find out more »
Brief services upon the conclusion of Yom Kippur. Click here to join via Zoom.Find out more »
Shabbat morning service on the first day of Sukkot with Torah reading. Click here to join via Zoom.Find out more »
A traditional prayer gathering on the last day of Sukkot—lulavs encouraged! Click here to join via Zoom.Find out more »
Shabbat morning service on the eighth day closing festival. Click here to join via Zoom.Find out more »
Have you ever seen the Torah scroll unrolled? A unique event! Click here to join via Zoom.Find out more »
Join us on Zoom for a learning time about this customary fast just before Purim. Why and how is the Fast of Esther observed and what are some of the lessons to be learned from fasting?Find out more »
Each week we see one another framed out in the Zoom gallery. So in the art of online celebrations we would like to encourage everyone to come to their screens for Purim dressed as a well-known (kid-friendly) painting, scene, or drawing. For instance, we might see the Mona Lisa staring ahead as the abbreviated Megillah is read. Feel free to create a live backdrop or superimpose one using Zoom's photo backgrounds. During the intermission we will take time to guess…Find out more »
Join the UMJC’s first Inter-Congregational Zoom spiel! Their production of Esther and Mordechai: Heroes of Zoom-Shan is written and directed by David Wein, and stars actors of all ages from 16 UMJC congregations. In addition to serving as the premiere of this zany production, the event will include a kids’ costume contest (the hissing and booing will be led by our kids, too!) Register online!Find out more »
A Bible Study series on the Permanence, Sufficiency, Preeminence, and Superiority of Yeshua our Messiah! The epistle to the Hebrews leads to the resources that are available when life threatens to overwhelm us. Here we can find the strength to resolve and overcome life’s relentless pressures. Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, 2 but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed…Find out more »