Saturday, October 01, 2016
Yom Shabbat, 28 Elul 5776

Congregation Shaarey Zedek is committed to helping everyone live a full Jewish life, no matter the make up of your familial unit. We warmly welcome singles, interfaith couples, those in the LGBTQ community, and their respective family members as well. As Rabbi Bigman puts it, "We may come from different backgrounds but here we are a mishpachah, a family."  ~ Click here to read more from Rabbi Bigman

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High Holidays Service Schedule 2016/ 5776-5777

*Healing service. Please note: Due to the nature of the Healing Service and the mood we would like to impart, entrance to the Mincha service will not begin until the Healing Service has concluded. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Please note: Due to the nature of the healing service and the mood we would like to impart, entrance to the Mincha service will not begin until the healing service

The Yom Kippur Break-Fast

Join Your Shaarey  Zedek Family for the Yom Kippur Break-Fast!
Wednesday, October 12th

Please RSVP by October 5th using this registration form

The Shaarey Zedek Gift Shop

The Shaarey Zedek Gift Shop

Looking for that special occasion gift? Not sure what to give?
Need a gift certficate? 

We have it!

We also carry all of your B'nai Mitzvah needs!
We have many items in stock and can special order anything you need, such as

  • Kippot
  • Frames
  • Kiddush Cups
  • Sculptures
  • Shabbat Candlesticks
  • Jewelry
  • Yads

And more!!

HOURS: Sundays during Religious School or by special appointment.

Please contact Lisa Bass (230-0111), Marilyn Ruben (980-3755), or Diane Uhlmann (351-5480).

Coins for CATA!

Our annual Coins for CATA drive is on!

Please fill the world's largest Tzedakah box (a.k.a. "the big jug")
Help us help our partners at CATA with much-needed bus tokens

The Caring Community Program

Our Spiritual Communal Family Helping One Another
Learn more about the Caring Community Program

This program is a way for us to live our Jewish values by caring for one another, helping each other in concrete ways, and becoming a spiritual, communal family.

Everyone can participate. 

Performing mitzvot are part of daily Jewish life. In the daily morning prayers, a passage from the Talmud (Shabbat 127a) enjoins us to honor our parents, do deeds of loving kindness, provide hospitality, visit the sick, and comfort the bereaved. 

Everyone’s life has different demands and whatever one can do is greatly appreciated and valued.

No mitzvah is too small!

Upcoming Events


Oct, 1 2016 9:30 am - 12:00 pm


Oct, 6 2016 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Oct, 7 2016 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Oct, 8 2016 9:30 am - 12:00 pm


Oct, 10 2016

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