Shedding New Light on Jewish Traditions

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Erev Rosh Hashanah is this Friday night, and Rabbi Alanna will be leading a Rosh Hoshanah Seder at 6:00 pm, on Zoom for those who have "tickets" and also live-streamed via YouTube. We have our own custom YouTube URL, find us at  https://www.youtube.com/c/orhadashsynagogue.

First Day Rosh Hashanah services will be led by Rabbi Alanna this Saturday morning from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm via Zoom for those who have "tickets" and also live-streamed via YouTube. We have our own custom YouTube URL, find us at  https://www.youtube.com/c/orhadashsynagogue

Minyan Hadash, led by Rabbi Alanna and congregants, via Zoom at 8:15 am daily, except Shabbat and Second Day Rosh Hashanah. 

Non HHD Zoom links are sent to members every morning, except Shabbat. Please remember not to share any zoom links on social media! 
More information & Zoom instructions are below the pictures, scroll down. 

Interested non-members should contact office@orhadash.com about "tickets" and zoom links for Yom Kippur by Wednesay noon, September 23rd, or just follow along on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/orhadashsynagogue.

About the Or Hadash SMILE School

Who's ready for latkes?

The SMILE* School is a one-day-a-week welcoming, stress-free, judgment-free space of Jewish experiential learning for all.  YES, that means less schlepping, less stress for you.

Students receive a quality education that includes:

  • Hebrew in a meaningful way that prepares learners to partake in Jewish ritual
  • Celebrating Jewish holidays and traditions in a modern and meaningful way
  • Torah as a living “how to” conversation
  • Jewish values and how to live them
  • Being Jewish in a mostly non Jewish world
  • How to be an involved member of a community

We create partnerships with other segments of the local community in order to live our Jewish values and share meaningful experiences.

Our teens come together with other local Jewish organizations to create a rich experience to explore and question their blossoming identities to come away with a solid, relevant foundation to be Jewish in a modern, diverse world.

We recognize that people come to Judaism through different paths and through our flexible approach, we strive to help families understand Judaism though they might not have been lifelong participants.

We recognize that people come to Judaism through different paths and through our flexible approach, we strive to help families understand Judaism though they might not have been lifelong participants.

For more information, contact Barbara Wiseman at school@orhadash.com or 215-283-0276.

*SMILE = Sunday Mornings Include Learning for Everyone.