Shedding New Light on Jewish Traditions
  • The annual Purimspiel musical comedy is written, performed, and produced by congregants
  • The kids enjoy playing outside
  • Havurah - we have many groups with varied interests
  • Chanukah candlelighting
  • We strive to make Judaism meaningful through study, prayer, and artistic expression
  • Adult education draws diverse groups
  • At Phillies
  • A Progressive, Engaging and Creative Community
  • Klezfest, a celebration of klezmer, was enjoyed by Or Hadash and the Philadelphia community!

Shabbat Services

Upcoming Events

Or Hadash Welcomes You!

Or Hadash, a Reconstructionist congregation, is a progressive, engaging and creative community that welcomes people of all backgrounds, including interfaith families, LGBTQ individuals, as well as people of all races, ethnicities and disabilities. We strive to make Judaism meaningful through study, prayer, cultural, musical and other artistic expression. Social action and acts of tikkun olam are also important ways to engage at Or Hadash. We want all people to know that they are completely welcome and that they can quickly become an integral part of our friendly community.

HIGH HOLIDAYS 5779/2018

5779 High Holidays at Or Hadash

Erev Rosh Hashanah Sunday, September 9
Rosh Hashanah Monday, September 10 / Tuesday, September 11
Kol Nidre Tuesday, September 18
Yom Kippur is Wednesday, September 19

For last year's complete schedule of services, educational opportunities and family based events at Or Hadash click "Read More."  To purchase tickets for this year, 5779/2018, please click "Read More" and then again on the appropriate attachment on that page or call the office at 215-283-0276. Please click on "attachments" on the bottom of the page you are directed to for this year's forms, schedules and parking instructions, .

OHOP Explained

OR HADASH has OHOP – The Or Hadash Online Portal!

OHOP gives Or Hadash members an easier and more convenient way to meet their membership needs from the comfort of their own computers.

 Using OHOP you can: