"If I am not for myself, who
will be for
me? If I am not for others, what am I?
And if not now, when?" Rabbi Hillel
Our demographic make up covers the gamut,
from young families to retired pensioners. Our services
fulfill the spiritual, educational, and community needs
of both adults and children.
Three separate youth groups are organized
to enable our children to interact with other Jewish children.
Similarly, we support a small yet active seniors' group
to provide our senior members with the opportunity to explore
common interests. These groups include:
- Tzofim - Grades 4, 5 & 6
- Chaverim - Grades 7 & 8
- MITY - Grades 9 thru 13
- Vatikim - Seniors
In addition to a very active Sisterhood,
there are a broad range of committees and groups which meet
on a regular basis to achieve a number of objectives including:
A PLACE TO LEARN
Are you and your children interested in learning more about
Judaism? We encourage members to participate actively in
our education programs so that they can make decisions that
are based on tradition and which are relevant to their personal
lives. Solel offers Judaic and Hebrew instruction for students
of all ages, including preschoolers. Our program emphasizes
the importance of building bridges between synagogue, school
Students meet on Sunday mornings; in addition,
beginning in grade 4, students also meet on Tuesday evenings.
Adult education programs on a variety of interesting topics
are scheduled throughout the year.
LEADERS DEDICATED TO YOU
Our spiritual leaders who are both dynamic and helpful.
Our Rabbi and Education Director are recognized for their
exceptional knowledge and creativity, as well as their responsiveness