Shedding New Light on Jewish Traditions
  • The annual Purimspiel musical comedy is written, performed, and produced by congregants
  • The kids enjoy playing outside
  • Havurah - we have many groups with varied interests
  • We strive to make Judaism meaningful through study, prayer, and artistic expression
  • Adult education draws diverse groups
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  • A Progressive, Engaging and Creative Community

Shabbat Services

Upcoming Events

Or Hadash Welcomes You!

Or Hadash, a Reconstructionist congregation, is a progressive, engaging and creative community that welcomes people of all backgrounds, including interfaith families, LGBTQ individuals, as well as people of all races, ethnicities and disabilities. We strive to make Judaism meaningful through study, prayer, cultural, musical and other artistic expression. Social action and acts of tikkun olam are also important ways to engage at Or Hadash. We want all people to know that they are completely welcome and that they can quickly become an integral part of our friendly community.

Special Speaker during services

MACCABI USA: A LIFETIME OF SPORTS

Speaker: OH member Jed Margolis

Jed is a former Maccabi athlete who has served as Executive Director of Maccabi USA since 2002. He has brought thousands of Jewish athletes, including Or Hadash students, to competitions around the world. His talk will feature stories of Or Hadash teens’ Maccabi experiences.

All invited - NO RSVP necessary. Please click on the attachment below for the event flyer.

Shabbat B'yachad

Join us for special intergenerational services!

SHABBAT B’YACHAD (SHABBAT ALL TOGETHER)

FOR ALL CONGREGANTS INCLUDING SCHOOL FAMILIES!

Saturday, October 21st from 9:00 am - 12 noon

ALL congregants, including families with students in Gan-9th grade, come to Or Hadash at 8:45 am. All invited - NO RSVP necessary.

Friday Night Shabbat Havurah

October 27, 2017 - 6:30pm

Get in on the Spirit of Shabbat at Or Hadash

It's great to take a deep breath at the end of a long week and create a separation between the week and the weekend.  That's what Friday night Shabbat rituals help us do, create a Shabbat frame of mind.  How we get to that frame of mind is probably different for each of us, but for many it may include some version of a relaxed evening meal with friends, lots of talking and kibitzing, and some Shabbat rituals.

Gala Evening

November 4, 2017 - 7:00pm

Rabbi Josh has been a part of our congregation for thirteen years. Come celebrate with us and enjoy an evening of food, fun, laughter, and community. Entertainment, social action, free babysitting, and so much more. 

Watch for details coming soon!

Contact Lori Rubin at lorimrubin@comcast.net  or 215-407-0992 for additional information.

Please  click on the attachment below for a flyer.