We are asking for a $36 donation per person but as always, money should not preclude you from participating in congregational life. If that amount is prohibitive, please give what you can. And if you can give more, that will help us offset the costs of this community event.
In keeping with a longstanding WJC tradition, please join us for our second night community seder to celebrate in person for the first time since the pandemic began!
Rabbi Noyo will guide us through the story of the Exodus and our personal journeys from slavery to freedom, sharing a haggadah they have put together. There will be blessings, songs, and teachings at this community holiday celebration appropriate for all ages! A delicious Passover dinner with all the ritual foods will be catered by Bistro To Go — please share your food needs and restrictions in the registration form. After enjoying our communal meal, we will bless our food and sing some more!
Monday – Thursday
11 am – 5 pm
11 am – 3 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.