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Synagogue should feel like an extended family — a place where you feel at home, among equals, and never judged.  

At Brotherhood, we seek to foster a warm and welcoming environment where our members and friends can worship together as part of a community. We welcome both members and non-members to join us on Shabbat, the High Holy Days, and other holidays and festivals at any level of participation that feels comfortable.


We invite you to take a break from the rest of the week, to recharge your spirit, and welcome Shabbat together with us at our meaningful and joyous Shabbat services.  Friday evening services are spirited and musical and at Saturday morning Shabbat services we often share in the pride and joy of families as they celebrate lifecycle milestones.  Our sense of community continues after services with an Oneg on Friday evening and a Kiddush on Saturday morning.

Mincha and Rosh Chodesh

Every Tuesday, we hold an afternoon (mincha) service where both men and women are encouraged to attend to help make a minyan so that those in mourning can recite the mourners’ kaddish.  Regardless of your Hebrew or prayer background, we can always use your support and assistance during these Tuesday minyans.  Additionally, we hold a monthly service on Rosh Chodesh, the first day of the Jewish month, with breakfast following the service.

Holidays and Festivals

In addition to the High Holy Days, Brotherhood provides a wide range of activities and religious services in connection to all of the other holidays and festivals throughout the Jewish year. We celebrate:

Chanukah    |    Tu B'Shevat (New Year for the Trees)    |    Purim 
Pesach (Passover)    |    Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel Independence Day)    |   Shavout 
Tisha B'av    |    Yom HaSoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)

Each holiday where services are held has its own musical and theological tradition. Other holidays are celebrated with community-wide parties, lectures, meals,  or study, often including special fun activities and learning focused for children.

Families and Children

In addition to our regular Shabbat services, we also offer special Family Services. Every other Friday evening we offer a musical Family Shabbat for our very youngest; once monthly our Hebrew School children and their families  gather to welcome Shabbat together with stories and song on a Friday evening; and each Saturday morning, children and their parents are welcome to observe Shabbat with us at Shabbat Club, Aleph Bet Club, or Junior Congregation.

Fri, June 21 2024 15 Sivan 5784