Thinking of joining a synagogue? Consider Shir Ami – a warm, welcoming, vibrant and diverse Reform Jewish community.
With a shared passion for learning, creating a positive impact on the world around us and a commitment to the State of Israel and the love of God, the Shir Ami family will be glad to extend our embrace to you and your family.
Whether you’re seeking a deeper connection with your faith, an enriching learning environment to educate your children or yourself, or a community of others who share similar interests, values or culture, we are confident that every Jewish and Interfaith family can make a connection and become part of the Shir Ami family.
We invite you to call or drop by at any time. Consider spending a Shabbat evening with us, attending one of the many events and activities sponsored by our auxiliary groups or take a tour of our pre-school. We welcome you to introduce yourself to our Rabbis, Cantor, Executive Director, office and teaching staff or any member of our Board of Directors when you’re here. Any of these individuals will gladly answer questions or simply help you find your way around the building.
And always, know that at Shir Ami, our family comes first. No member of our congregation will ever be turned away because of financial difficulties. Our goal is to build a vibrant community that will serve our members, our community, the State of Israel and God for generations to come.
For more information about membership, contact Joanna Holzman, Membership Committee Chair, or Jodi Friedman at the synagogue office at 215.968.3400.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 | 9:15am | Chodorow Family Life Center
Shabbat Service led by Rabbi Briskin and Cantor Rachel Kohlbrenner
Friday, October 18, 2019 | 7:30pm | Abraham-Swerdlow Sanctuary
Chevrat Torah led by Cantor Flo Friedman
Saturday, October 19, 2019 | 10:15am | Chodorow Family Life Center
Bar Mitzvah of Spencer Kredo
Saturday, October 19, 2019 | 10:15am | Abraham-Swerdlow Sanctuary
Bat Mitzvah of Taylor Siegel
Saturday, October 19, 2019 | 4:30pm | Abraham-Swerdlow Sanctuary