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Shalom! The GRJC is a welcoming, vibrant and diverse congregation, with a strong commitment to purposeful Jewish living. 

Our egalitarian Conservative congregational family strives to make the beauty and spirit of our Jewish tradition come alive for all of our members. As a congregation, we embrace each individual and each family. And, as a community, we are on an exciting journey of Jewish growth, exploration, and discovery.

We welcome all Jewish people and families, including spouses of other faiths, regardless of gender and orientation, as the prophet Isaiah taught, 'this house is a house of prayer for all people.'

Our synagogue blends the teachings of our Jewish heritage with the best lessons of modern culture. We are proud of our enlightening services, our commitment to social action, and our emphasis on Jewish education for people of all ages. Our Adult Education, Early Childhood Programs, and Hebrew School are flourishing.

The great Rabbi Hillel taught: "Become a part of your community" (Pirke Avot 2:5). It is our hope that you will become part of our community, and that we may all grow together.

Become a part of your community

What's Happening at the GRJC

Services this Shabbat will be held "virtually":
Friday, April 3 at 5:00 pm – Join us for select pre-Shabbat prayers and help us make a virtual minyan so community members can say Kaddish. 
RSVP here so we know to count you in!

Saturday, April 4 at 8:20 pm – A beautiful Havdalah service. Again, please help us make a minyan so others can say Kaddish. RSVP here so we know to count you in!

Torah on Tap
Thursday, April 2

Please join us for Torah on Tap, taught by "Rabbi Shani" Abramowitz.  The topic for this session will be Jewish Poetry in the Time of Crisis.  RSVP to  Upcoming dates: 4/23, 5/14 and 6/11.

Global Gathering for Healing
Sunday, April 5
12pm noon ET / 7pm Jerusalem time
This is a free, live event, co-hosted by the Rabbinical Assembly, that will be broadcast on the Facebook Live platform. There are a roster of high profile, global presenters including David Broza, Rabbi Naomi Levy, and Joey Weisenberg, who will participate from their home cities, including Jerusalem, London, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia and São Paolo. More information, including times in multiple time zones, the full roster of presenters and hosts, is available on  

Teen ROCK Virtual Havdalah Service
Saturday, April 25
This virtual service will be led by "Rabbi Shani" Abramowitz.  Use Zoom link to attend.

Fri, April 3 2020 9 Nisan 5780