Congregation Adat Reyim
When you find the right synagogue it feels like home!
Congregation Adat Reyim is a community of friends, offering individuals and families from diverse backgrounds religious, social, and cultural activities and programs for both youth and adults. With the leadership of Rabbi Bruce Aft, our independent Progressive-Conservative congregation strives to honor Jewish values and traditions while reflecting the needs and concerns of modern society. We share a commitment to inclusion, participation, and Tikkun Olam – repairing the world. There is constantly some activity going on at Congregation Adat Reyim that you can join and be involved in. We offer a variety of opportunities for education, worship, service, and fun!
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Our Upcoming Events
Friday, Oct 28th 7:00p to 8:00p
Shir Reyim, Adat Reyim's Folk Group, is excited to announce that the newly-revised Adat Reyim Folk Service Siddur is ready for use! The new Siddur has many new English readings and poems, many new song lyrics and prayers, and has Hebrew, transliteration, and English for all prayers. It is also in larger print size for easy reading. Please join Shir Reyim on Friday, October 28, at 7:00 for a festive wine and cheese reception to celebrate the debut of the new Siddur, followed by Folk Services at 8:00 and
Sunday, Oct 30th 9:30a
Guest Speaker Jeffrey Katz on Emergency Preparedness Guest speaker will present on general emergency preparedness. We will talk about what preparedness really is and looks a simple ways to be prepared for manmade, natural and terrorist events in both home and the workplace. We'll look at food, water, shelter and communications preparedness.
Wednesday, Nov 2nd 9:40a to 11:00a
Come hear the answers to these questions and many more. The Roads Taken is based on solid research but filled with heart-felt thoughts of the mothers who participated in Kahn's dissertation study and again fourteen years later when their toddlers had become teenagers. Kahn received her doctorate in Counseling from George Washington University in 1995. She held consulting and teaching positions in the fields of criminal justice and human development. She has written for Huffington Post and speaks to
Shabbat, Nov 5th 9:30a
Shabbat, Nov 12th 9:30a
Motzei Shabbat, Nov 12th 6:00p to 7:30p
Bring the family for Havdalah and festive refreshments and learn about our new exciting designs.
Sunday, Nov 20th 1:00p to 4:00p
Tuesday, Nov 22nd (All day)
Sunday, Dec 11th 9:00a to 12:00p
Sunday, Dec 11th 12:30p to 3:00p