Join Cantor Raechel and Miryam Sarsheen to explore more deeply the songs and melodies of our lineage, trying out harmonies and making mistakes. All are welcome, especially anyone who does not feel confident singing.
We are excited to welcome back fiddler Craig Judelman, performing with Michael Alpert, a transformative figure in the renaissance of East European Jewish klezmer music and Yiddish culture since the 1970s.
We are all invited to join the interfaith clergy of Woodstock at the The Woodstock Reformed Church, at 16 Tinker St., on the village green, in an annual celebration of faith and gratitude.
Monday – Thursday
12 pm – 5 pm
Shul open for services.
Commitment to Sustainability
We care deeply for our corner of holy ground — 35 acres that includes welcoming trails through woods, across fields, and past wetlands and ponds.
We share the Jewish approach to living in balance and harmony with the earth. We do it through teaching and we do it through practice.
Our goal is to be an organization that fulfills the Torah teaching to be Shomrei Adamah: Guardians of the Earth. Our actions have been recognized by Hazon, the largest Jewish environmental organization in the United States.