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sUKKOT 5779

 

Join us in the Sukkah for an exciting week of programming! All are welcome. 

Click here to visit our Sukkot page for full info.

RSVP for the following events:

L'Chaim in the Sukkah

Shabbat in the Sukkah

Special Sukkot

 

Coming Soon:

Simchat Torah Dinner & Celebration

Monday, October 1, 2018 @ 6pm

Enjoy dinner, dancing, singing and our annual tradition of unrolling the entire Torah scroll for all to see! Register for the free dinner here.

 

 

Hurricane florence relief efforts

Shearith Israel is serving as a collection site for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta's supplies and fund drive to support our Jewish brethren displaced and affected by Hurricane Florence. Click here for the list of necessary supplies and drop off the items at Shearith by Sunday, September 30. There will also be a community-wide sorting and packing event on Sunday, October 7. Details will be posted here shortly.  

shabbat in the park

Join us Friday evening, September 28, for a very casual, fun and family-friendly potluck dinner in Shearith Israel's Sukkah! Featuring a Shabbat sing-a-long led by Rabbi Kaiman, a nice vegetarian-friendly meal, and a lovely evening socializing with your Shearith Israel family. This event is for all ages, from our young families to our Lifetime Members to prospective members. See you in the Sukkah!

Visit the sign-up form here for full details and to indicate what type of dish or items you’ll bring to the potluck.

about our congregation

We are an egalitarian, Conservative synagogue devoted to spiritual and religious enrichment, Jewish education and community. At Shearith Israel, we closely follow Jewish tradition while having the insights of modern thought. For more than 100 years, we have served Atlanta by providing a rich environment for pursuing Jewish spirituality, learning, and friendship. Our congregation embraces its members and friends, and we look forward to having you join us for Shabbat or an upcoming event. Shalom!

Wed, September 26 2018 17 Tishrei 5779