The Shul is a vibrant place where Jews of all walks of life; beginners and advanced, thinkers and doers, young an old, come together as one to study, to pray, to rejoice and to grow.

A Learning Experience: Every time a person enters the Shul, they will learn something new. A new insight. A new reason. A new appreciation for our heritage. We facilitate that by making prayers interactive and informative, by providing meaningful classes in a variety of subjects, and by encouraging members to question, challenge and grow.

Community: The Shul’s attendees all have one thing in common. They are warm, caring, and inclusive people. The Shul is a close-knit community, whose members are able to count on each other to be there in times of joy, sorrow, and need. Our kiddushes, Shabbat, holiday programming and looking after each other’s needs enhance our sense of community and make us One Big Family.

Children: We make the children a center of our attention, so that they too, feel a part of The Shul family and look forward to The Shul experience. We do that with an environment that is children friendly and with programs that bring Judaism alive and fun for them.