Shir Ami Bucks County, PA CongregationNewtown, Pennsylvania Reform Synagogue
Shir Ami Website - Many Voices. One Song flame
101 Richboro Road • Newtown, PA 18940

MAIN OFFICE: 215-968-3400
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL: 215-968-3254

diverse and vibrant reform Jewish community with a shared passion for prayer, learning and actions that
help make the world a better place.

We are a congregation informed and guided by the
study of Torah, Jewish values and culture, a commitment to the State of Israel and our love for God. A synagogue that supports our members in times of stress and challenge, as well as celebrates with them the joys and simchas of their lives. A community dedicated to helping our members pursue a lifelong journey of Jewish growth.

Israel Trip June 2017 What are your plans for June 17-29, 2017? Do you want to join Rabbi Simon, Shir Ami congregants, and long time Israel Trip leaders, Bob and Debbie Dunn, for a week and a half in Israel? If you would like to hear more about the trip, please contact
Rabbi Simon.

Friday, December 16th
Please join us at 5:30pm in the Elliot Strom Chapel for a friendly and fun Shabbat service geared towards families with children up to age 7 (infants and toddlers welcome). Learn about and share in the blessings and traditions of Friday night Shabbat, meet our clergy and leaders, and meet other families just like you. We invite you to join us for a Cuddle-Up Dinner immediately following the service.

Friday, December 16th
We provide the chicken - you provide the yummy latkes at this popular Shir Ami Shabbat. Rabbi Simon can't wait to try all of your homemade latke recipes! Join us for an evening of good food and company alike at Shir Ami. Contact Jodi at or 215-968-3400 to RSVP and for more information. This event will start at 6:00pm in Shalom Hall. It is open to everyone!

This Year’s theme is The Jewish American Experience. The first Jewish community was established in what is now the United States in 1654 when twenty three Dutch Jews, recently expelled from Brazil where they had settled two decades earlier, arrived in New Amsterdam. Now, over 360 years later, over 5 million Jews call America home, often struggling with a balance between the values of our ancient Jewish tradition with those of a modern America. Over the course of this year, we will be looking at the Jewish experience in America from a historical, textual, and cultural perspective with classes taught by our Shir Ami clergy and special guests. Click here for more information.

Sunday, January 22nd
Join us for a program with Tom Faust. Brunch will be served starting at 10:30am. Please check back for more information!