Wishing everyone a very healthy, safe and happy 2022.
The RIJC continues to serve the community via Zoom as well as some In-Person Shabbat services and classes.
Please check your email or this site for updated information, and make sure you are on our Contact List.
Thank You to everyone who joined Rabbi Joel for our Annual Shabbat on the Meditation Steps on Friday, June 24th, In Person & via Zoom. We were delighted to welcome both long-timers and new-comers, enjoy a beautiful service embracing both traditional elements and news of the moment, and experience a lovely sunset.
We are taking a little Summer Shabbat break from now through early September.
**SHABBAT SERVICES WITH RABBI JOEL
Hope you will join us on Friday September 9th, when services resume, In Person, and via Zoom.
ZOOM Information —
Here is the link for Friday Night Services:
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Meeting ID: 849 1761 5726
Below is the link for the Friday Night Sim Shalom Siddur:
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**HIGH HOLY DAYS / NEW YEAR 5783
It’s not too early for you to be considering joining Rabbi Joel and the RIJC for the Jewish New Year, in Person in the Sanctuary at the Cultural Center, and via Zoom. Many details & specifics will come in late August & early September, but our dates include:
Selichot: Saturday, September 17th
Rosh Hashanah: Sunday evening September 25, Monday & Tuesday, September 26 & 27
Yom Kippur: Tuesday evening, October 4 & Wednesday, October 5
Sukkot: Sunday evening, October 9th with a Shabbat service Friday October 14
**TEEN SCHMOOZE with RABBI JOEL
Schmoozing with Rabbi Joel will resume in early September; details coming.
We expect to resume Adult Education / Learning in late October or early November.
You are invited to suggest topics or content for sessions in the Fall and Spring.
Feel free to email us your ideas & recommendations.
COVID-19 Compliance and Guidance:
1. Up-to-date proof of vaccinations required for all In-Person, indoor participants 5-years old and up.
2. As per RIOC requirements: Masks / face coverings are now optional when we are in our Sanctuary in the Cultural Center. They are still required in Cultural Center public spaces such as Lobbies, Hallways, Restrooms. They are strongly recommended when physical distancing is not possible indoors or outdoors.
3. All outdoor, in-person activities are “weather permitting”; please check your emails and this website as appropriate.