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 Cantor Elson, 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.
Shir Ami Celebrates 40 Years In case you weren't able to join us, this video, created for our Founders Day Shabbat, is a special opportunity to hear from the founders of our congregation, the clergy, staff, and lay leaders who built our community from nothing. We are grateful for their ongoing contribution and look forward to celebrating our continued growth for years to come. Celebrating 40 Years of Shir Ami
Slomovitz/Hudes Scholar in Residence in memory of Leo and Shirley Slomovitz and Bernice Hudes and WoSA Shabbat
Join us on Friday, February 24, and Saturday, February 25, to hear America's first female rabbi, Rabbi Sally J. Priesand, speak at Shir Ami. As we welcome Rabbi Priesand, we celebrate the role of women in Judaism as the Women of Shir Ami lead our Service and sponsor our Shabbat Oneg.