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Social Action

During his Tikun Leyl Shavuot remarks, Rabbi Yehoshua Siegel raised the topic of human trafficking and referenced Breaking Free, a local organization dedicated to helping survivors move forward.

Breaking Free is seeking donations of summer clothes for women and children, tennis shoes, canned food/snacks, water bottles (disposable and reusable), and women and children's hygiene products. Watch for a collection box in the shul lobby and please give generously. Thank you Rabbi Siegel for highlighting the issue and coordinating this initiative.


Hospitality & Community Building


We often provide a helping hand to community members .

  • Help people who need basic furniture, like a bed or a table and chairs.  

  • Provide hospitality and meals for families who are moving

  • Contribute meals to families who welcome newborn children

  • Provide shiva meals

  • Host our B'not Sheirut for Shabbat meals, even vegan!


May we continue to support one another in times of simcha, sorrow and transition.

If you or someone you know is in need of financial assistance or are are facing a physical or mental health challenge, please contact Rabbi Davis. All matters are held in strict confidence. 

Send a confidential email to our rabbi.

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