Shaare Torah is a vibrant, open-hearted, joyful and multi-generational synagogue community where you are welcome as you are. We learn, pray, play, pursue justice and find inspiration as we grow Jewishly together. At Shaare Torah, we strive to be a Jewish community of belonging, equity and inclusion, where we care for one another, our neighbors, Israel and our world. Rooted in tradition, we create Jewish experiences that spark wonder, stretch spirits and deepen relationships.
Kabbalat Shabbat – Monthly on the 2nd Friday of each month. Shabbat Morning Services – Weekly, 9:30 am.
We are pleased to offer Minyan On Demand to ensure our members can say Kaddish with a Minyan of their fellow community members.
Ruach in the Round Kabbalat Shabbat and Dinner Celebrating our New Members Friday, February 23rd Friday, February 23rd - 6:00 PM Join us to honor our new members with dinner Continue Reading »
Sure, you might be familiar with Shtisel and Fauda, but these are only the tip of the iceberg of the vibrant Israeli film and media industry. Film offers unique insights Continue Reading »
The Board of Trustees of Shaare Torah (“the board”) ensures implementation of the synagogue’s 2020 vision. The Board engages its member families, while nurturing the physical, financial and spiritual aspects Continue Reading »
Meet our Rabbis, Yosef Goldman and Annie Lewis. Shaare Torah is proud to welcome Rabbis Annie and Yosef to our community to serve as our co-rabbis, bringing a diversity of experience and complimentary skills to their collaborative leadership of our sacred community.
We can't wait to see you! Whether you are visiting us to celebrate a life cycle event (bar or bat mitzvah, upcoming wedding, or baby naming), want to enjoy a Shabbat experience, or just wish to drop by during the week for a program or to meet our staff, we welcome you.
If you believe in Jewish community, the power of Jewish ritual, family, learning, or social action, then Shaare Torah is definitely the place for you. We form those relationships as we participate in the life of the community. At Shaare Torah, there really is something for everyone.