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Jan
6
Thu
7:00 pm First Thursday – Critical Issues...
First Thursday – Critical Issues...
Jan 6 @ 7:00 pm
First Thursday – Critical Issues: The New Anti-Semitism
  Critical Issues: “The New Anti-Semitism,” discussion led by Rabbi Lawrence A. Kotok Rabbi Kotok will discuss the development of anti-Judaism and anti-Semitism from its historical roots through the current resurgence. Rabbi Kotok served as
Jan
22
Sat
7:30 pm Jerusalem of Gold
Jerusalem of Gold
Jan 22 @ 7:30 pm
Jerusalem of Gold
  Israel is a stunningly beautiful country, and despite being mired in political and military conflict for its entire existence, is still a place where many across the world feel at home and find spiritual
Feb
13
Sun
7:00 pm Masked Singer
Masked Singer
Feb 13 @ 7:00 pm
Check back soon for details on this fun, musical program.
  • CONGREGATIONAL MEETING
    Monday, December 6, 7:00 pm

     

    This meeting will be the presentation of the findings of the Strategic Planning Task Force. This exceptional committee spent months exploring alternatives to the unification process and thoroughly reviewing those options for consideration by our Board of Trustees. We encourage you to attend this meeting.

     

    For more information, click HERE.

  • LATKE FUNDRAISER & OUTDOOR CANDLE LIGHTING
    Sunday, December 5, 11:30 am

    We’re selling latkes! Click HERE to place your order by December 1.
    Pick up on December 5 between 11:00-11:30 am in our parking lot. Join us as we also light our outdoor chanukiah during our family-friendly daytime candle lighting at 11:30 am.

     

    Latkes and lighting are both to the community.

  • PEOPLE LOVE DEAD JEWS: REPORT FROM A HAUNTED PRESENT
    Wednesdays, December 1, 8, & 15, 10:30 am

    Rabbi Frenkel will guide a discussion of our individual and collective Jewish identity based on Dara Horn’s new and fascinating book. The work challenges us to confront the reasons why there might be so much fascination with Jewish deaths, as emblematic of the worst of evils the world has to offer, and so little respect for Jewish lives, as they continue to unfold in the present.

     

    To join us for this series, click HERE.
  • FESTIVE SWEATER PARTY
    Saturday, December 4, 7:00 pm (off-site)

    Kesher Club’s 3rd Annual Festive Sweater Party promises a whole latke fun at Steph & Andy Zinn’s house! The event is planned for outdoors – with heaters and firepit! – and all attendees must be vaccinated. Wear your wildest holiday sweater.

     

    To join the festivities, click HERE.
  • HIGH HOLY DAY APPEAL
    Help us meet our goal of 100% participation!

    No gift is too small, and every gift is greatly appreciated! All High Holy Day Appeal funds go to support this year’s budget and are an essential part of our programming, Religious School and facility.

     

    Participate at a level that’s comfortable for you. Click HERE. Todah Rabah.

About Us



Congregation M’kor Shalom is a Reform Jewish congregation that values and honors Jewish tradition, appreciates progressive thinking and embraces diversity. Founded in 1974, we offer a full range of programming for families, couples, singles, children and seniors. M’kor Shalom offers a wide array of worship experiences, and we are passionate about music and social action.
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Education



In our house, education is l’dor va dor, from generation to generation. Our house of learning enriches lives and is an integral part of what makes up our congregational family. From babies and new parents through senior adults, we bring people together and nurture their minds with diverse topics that help them learn and grow.
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COVID-19



The current COVID-19 crisis is impacting all of us in different ways, some financial, some emotional, all physical. M'kor Shalom is feeding the hungry, honoring the essential workers in our community, and reaching out to our members to check up on them and take the temperature of their needs. We are here for you.
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In This House

We all come together in this house, our house – our home, Congregation M’kor Shalom. The young and young at heart, with varied backgrounds and interests, share a desire to build a community united by a commitment to having Jewish values at the core of who we are and how we live.

We worship and celebrate together, socialize, learn, take care of each other, work to make the world a better place, “L’dor Va Dor” – from generation to generation.


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