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Chaos and Creativity:
Brokenness and Possibility on this Rosh Hashanah, From Rabbi Rachel Weiss


Days of Awe: JRC High Holidays 5781

Please note that all of our JRC High Holiday Rituals (with the exception of one Tashlich option) will take place online. While these services, rituals and experiences will not look like typical services, they will contain the essential elements from our JRC traditions and new and creative modalities


Quick Links: SelichotErev Rosh Hashanah | Rosh Hashanah Day 1 & 2 | Days of Awe | Yom Kippur | Family Programming | Sermons, Readings, & Reflections | Resources


How to Join In for Members

All current members will receive an email with Zoom links to join our High Holiday services and activities. If you have not yet renewed now is the time! Click here to access your JRC renewal form. If you need any help accessing Zoom, or would like some one-on-one coaching, email us at We have a team of volunteers ready to reach out!


How to Invite Friends

We would love for you to invite your friends and relatives from all over to share the JRC High Holiday experience. Rather than charging a ticket fee, we are asking non-members to register, and encouraging donations to support our High Holiday budget. If you know someone who would like to join us, please share this non-member registration link.

Reconstructing Judaism
Was Made For This Moment: Rabbi Rachel Weiss

JRC Early Childhood Center

Child With Chalk

Registration is open for the 2020-2021 school year

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Girl with Baloon

Rabbi David, along with our amazing teachers, have created a plan for helping to help all JRC members and families stay connected to Judaism and to one another. 



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The Green Synagogue and the Pillars of Chai


In 2008, we built the first platinum LEED-certified green synagogue in North America. The construction required 18 pillars - the number in Hebrew that also means "chai" or "life." 

Now, more than ten years later, JRC has launched the Pillars of Chai Campaign to raise $4.4m to wholly own our beloved building. 




learn about the Pillars of Chai

Discover the sustainable technology of our building

Tue, September 29 2020 11 Tishrei 5781