Our Center, Our Home, Our Shul on the Hill at 506 Walsh Street, Grass Valley is resuming services the 1st and 3rd weekend of each month.
Please follow the weekly Schmooze for details. There will be on-site Activities, Programs, Meetings, and Shabbat Services.
Read the letter from our President, David Cohen.
- Sukkot Dinner – Vegetarian Potluck
Oct 3rd, 2023 5:30:pm
- Sisterhood Meeting
Oct 5th, 2023 12:30:pm
- Hebrew School
Oct 5th, 2023 3:30:pm
- NCJCC Board Meeting
Oct 5th, 2023 7:00:pm
- Simchat Torah Dinner
Oct 6th, 2023 5:30:pm
- Simchat Torah Service
Oct 6th, 2023 7:00:pm
- Chuck Soloman Bar Mitzvah “83”
Oct 7th, 2023 10:00:am
Join us for
Sukkot Celebration and Fifth Friday Movie
and Saturday Torah Study
Friday , September 29 @ 5:30PM Saturday,September 30@10:00AM
Please join us as we celebrate Sukkot with a Feast beginning at 5:30 PM followed by a service at 7:00 PM and our film at 7:30 PM. Saturday at 10:00AM Rabbi will lead Hebrew and Prayers followed by Torah Study at 11:00AM introducing Rabbi Jonathan Sacks Essays on Ethics for each Torah Portion.
We are continuing our Social Action this month supporting those who have been wrongfully convicted and to fight for change going forward.
Third Annual Golf Tournament
Join Us Sunday, October 15th at the Lake of The Pines Golf Course.
Part of the fun will be to join the challenge to compete against our Rabbi, David Azen, a 1976 Junior Gold Medal Qualifier in Connecticut, 1976 member Scotch Plains-Fanwood NJ State Champions, and 1975 NJ Caddy Champion, He is still hitting the ball pretty good, practicing, and swinging for below par, longest most accurate drive, and closest to the pin…
WE ARE THE ORIGINAL JEWISH COMMUNITY IN THE BEAUTIFUL SIERRA FOOTHILLS, located midway between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe. We are a diverse, warm and welcoming community, a place where our members can develop close and lasting friendships. We embrace traditional and non-traditional families, singles, and both partners of interfaith marriages. While we are a Reform congregation, as the only Jewish place of worship in the region, our religious services reflect both traditional and contemporary modes of worship.
Our congregation is a place to pray and learn and draw close to God. It is a loving environment for celebrating and commemorating life’s special occasions. It is a place to call home.
Should you have any questions, feel free to call our office or send us an e-mail at email@example.com