Join Har HaShem Virtually – June 26 – July 3

Join Congregation Har HaShem to pray, study, and socialize! Please see the calendar on our website for descriptions of all of our programs, including Zoom links. Click here to find additional resources for services including online prayer books.

Friday Evening Shabbat Service – Friday, June 26 – 6:00 pm

We are committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming space. We celebrate our holy days with awe and with joy…and hope you will join us.

Torah Study – Saturday, June 27 – 9:00 am

Torah is our greatest gift! But it isn’t reserved just for rabbis. It is accessible and inspirational to all. Young and not-so-young, experienced and new-comers, all are welcome to explore the Torah portion of the week with Rabbi Greene and volunteers who will take turns to explore the Truths to help make meaning in our lives.

Shabbat Morning Service – Saturday, June 27 – 10:15 am

We are committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming space. We celebrate our holy days with awe and with joy…and hope you will join us.

Contemplative Shabbat – Saturday, June 27 – 10:30 am

Explore a different mode of Jewish spirituality that relates to Shabbat as a day of rest and renewal. Our contemplative Shabbat service, led by Rabbi Ruth Gelfarb, offers a slower paced and more meditative approach to prayer. Anchored in the traditional liturgy, the contemplative service incorporates guided meditations, silence, soulful melodies and chants, and text study. Accessible to those without a strong Hebrew background. All are welcome.

Havdalah – Saturday, June 27 – 8:15 pm

Havdalah marks the transition from sacred to ordinary time. We’ll gather online for this short ceremony, share some reflections and prepare for the week to come.

The Dangers of Excluding Women from the Public Sphere – Sunday, June 28 – 8:00 am

Women of the Wall in Jerusalem will host former executive director, Lesley Sachs and Orly Erez-Likhovski as they discuss “The Dangers of Excluding Women from the Public Sphere”. To join our online event on Sunday, June 28 at 10 AM EST, follow this link:

What’s Jewish about Jewish Political Thought? – Tuesday, June 30 -10:00 am

If Jewish thought is open to conflicting interpretations, and as Reform Jews we accept that individuals are the ultimate arbiters of moral meaning of our tradition, how do we make sense of others who claim to know what a “Jewish” position is on any particular policy or issue is, be it gun control or foreign policy? But if we deny the existence of any explicitly “Jewish” position about a policy or politics more generally, how do we account for the very real and important phenomenon of an identifiable “prophetic-tradition” within Judaism that demands justice in our world? In this session, we will look at the theoretical issues behind these questions and ask, what exactly is Jewish Political Thought?

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Weekly Morning Minyan – Wednesday, June 24 – 7:30 am

Make morning prayer part of your daily workout. Start your day with prayer or join with others to say kaddish for a loved one in our new, weekday service. The service will be lay-led.

Introduction to Talmud – Thursday, July 2 – 12:30 pm

Join Rabbi Greene for our monthly Lunch & Learn exploring the Talmud, Judaism’s greatest treasure of rabbinic literature, Jewish values, stories and lessons for our lives.

Tot Shabbat – Friday, July 3 – 5:00 pm

Led by clergy, this service is not just for tots! Join us for this family-friendly Shabbat service with singing, engaging prayers and child-friendly teachings.

Friday Evening Shabbat Service – Friday, July 3 – 6:00 pm

We are committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming space. We celebrate our holy days with awe and with joy…and hope you will join us. Rabbi Bronstein will be leading this service.

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