Shedding New Light on Jewish Traditions

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Erev Rosh Hashanah is this Friday night, and Rabbi Alanna will be leading a Rosh Hoshanah Seder at 6:00 pm, on Zoom for those who have "tickets" and also live-streamed via YouTube. We have our own custom YouTube URL, find us at  https://www.youtube.com/c/orhadashsynagogue.

First Day Rosh Hashanah services will be led by Rabbi Alanna this Saturday morning from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm via Zoom for those who have "tickets" and also live-streamed via YouTube. We have our own custom YouTube URL, find us at  https://www.youtube.com/c/orhadashsynagogue

Minyan Hadash, led by Rabbi Alanna and congregants, via Zoom at 8:15 am daily, except Shabbat and Second Day Rosh Hashanah. 

Non HHD Zoom links are sent to members every morning, except Shabbat. Please remember not to share any zoom links on social media! 
More information & Zoom instructions are below the pictures, scroll down. 

Interested non-members should contact office@orhadash.com about "tickets" and zoom links for Yom Kippur by Wednesay noon, September 23rd, or just follow along on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/orhadashsynagogue.

25th Anniversary

The congregation's Silver Anniversary year, 2007-2008, was celebrated through the theme, "Celebrating Our Past, Anticipating Our Future."

The celebration included special events for the religious school, directed by Lori Rubin; a concert by singer Debbie Friedman; the dedication of the congregation's illustrated Purim Megillah; and its first trip to Israel.

In addition, the public was invited to a joint choir concert with the New Life Church, former residents of the congregation's building; a series of unique art shows were held in its Staircase Art Gallery; and a sports night was hosted by local celebrities. It concluded with a joyful and fun-filled gala in June.

The combined Or Hadash / New Life Presbyterian Church Choir, led by Barry Brian and Gordon Pfeil

Rabbi Joshua Waxman and congregants watch Rabbi Kevin Hale write a letter on the Megillah at the Siyyum