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Family and Friends

"Reyim" means friends, and our friendships are the life of our community.

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Learning and Prayer

We look to the stories, wisdom, spiritual insights, and halacha of our tradition to bring meaning into our lives.

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Compassion and Social Action

Our community is defined by the core Jewish value of gemilut hasadim, compassion and loving kindness.

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Prompts for Reflection and Preparation for the Holy Days

13th Day of Elul
Self-abasement --------------- Humility --------------- Pride --------------- Arrogance
Consider where you are on this spectrum at any point today.
(The spaces between the words are also locations).
Are you where would you like to be?

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High Holy Days at Reyim

Rosh Hashanah September 29-October 1

Yom Kippur October 7-8

Please join us for High Holy Days. You can find all information about our services and programs throughout this holiday season by clicking on the links above. L'shanah tovah! We wish you a very sweet New Year, full of blessing and health.

High Holy Days Family Services

Please join us for this years High Holy Days family services:

  • Young Family Service for parents and children ages 3-7
  • Traditional Family Service designed for all families, including parents, with a special focus on those with school-age children ages 8-12 years
  • Teen Program for students grades 7 through 12

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High Holy Day Music Recordings

We're delighted to share recordings of High Holy Day melodies by our Chazzan Josh Jacobson. You can find the recordings here, including the name of the prayer and the page number in the machzor (High Holy Day prayer book). Find some time to listen in preparation of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. You will begin to feel the essence of this season, and our symphony of voices will become stronger during services.



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