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Honey for a Sweet New Year

Order by July 7 for free shipping

It is more important now than ever to celebrate our connection to our fellow congregants. Join us in extending sweet wishes to the entire congregation by placing your name on our special list of participants. Our community remains wide open so please let your fellow congregants know that you are thinking about them and that you care. Sending sweet wishes is a lovely gesture and will be most appreciated by everyone. Remember, everyone in the congregation will receive honey and your gift of $154 puts your name on the New Year greeting card that shows you are a sponsor. We hope to see all of you extending your sweet wishes!
Or print an order form and send it in with a check.


Beginning a New Season

Mitzvah Garden

After a long year apart, let's GROW TOGETHER

We are looking for families to commit to one week during The growing season.  Weeks begin Sunday morning and end Saturday night.  (We do not garden on Shabbat.)  You will be responsible for weeding, watering, harvesting, weighing, and delivering produce to the food panty.  Note: There will be different responsibilities depending which week you choose BUT every week is important.  THE ONLY REQUIREMENT IS THAT THE PRODUCE BE TAKEN TO THE FOOD PANTRY THE DAY IT IS HARVESTED SO IT IS FRESH FOR THE RECIPIENTS AND WILL LAST AS LONG AS POSSIBLE IN THEIR HOME.

Click here to sign up for one week

´╗┐If you prefer to book a time slot by phone, call the office 203-389-2111.








Special THANK YOU to the members of Boy Scouts Troop 41, for cleaning, weeding, and prepping the garden beds for a new season  of planting. 

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June 23, 2021 at 7:00pm

Annual Meeting

In the sanctuary AND on Zoom

Election of Officers and Directors
Presidential Citations

Shem Tov Awards presented to Glenn Duhl & Howard Reiter
Herbert Epstein Youth Award to the class of 2021

Dessert Reception in the Tent



June 26, 2021 at 8:30am  (Note NEW DATE)

Shabbat Morning Walk

on the Blue Trail

Join Rabbi Shapiro for a thoughtful, prayerful, meditative walk in the woods. We will meet at our usual spot, the entrance to the Blue Trail, behind the church in Woodbridge Town Center. Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress warmly. Hope to see you there!



Sun, June 13 2021 3 Tammuz 5781