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L'Shana Tova Tikatevu!

Now is the time to re•seed the things which matter most.

• Full High Holy Day Booklet
• Service Schedule
• Members: Purchase Guest Tickets
• Non-Members: Purchase Tickets
• Volunteer to Greet & Usher



The Adas Fund 2022

In Honor of our “3GDC” Community at Adas
Devoted grandchildren of Holocaust survivors (3rd generation), committed to serving as a living link for the next generation, and beyond. Contribute Today!



Youth & Family Services

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We are blessed to have so many families in our community. Each one is unique. And we celebrate our similarities and our differences as we come together to mark sacred time.



HHD Volunteer & Greet

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If you would like to do more than attend services this year, consider participating as a volunteer! Every year a dedicated group of members volunteer as ushers and greeters.



Memorial Book Form

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Please submit the names you wish to list in the Memorial Book on Yom Kippur.



Sukkot/Simchat Torah

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Hag HaSukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, reminds us of the huts (sukkot) in which our ancestors dwelt in the desert for forty years on their way to the Promised Land. Full schedule coming soon.



Livestream Services

Livestream players will appear on the day of services
In addition to in-person services, all services and programs will be available via a high-quality livestream experience. All delivered with the quality and thought you have come to expect from our incredible Team Adas.


A Message From Our Adas Clergy

There’s really no quick or pithy way for us to capture the peaks and valleys of the past few years. In so many ways, the lives we had been living, the community we were fostering together, were disrupted–physically, emotionally, spiritually–and we have to acknowledge that, accept that, and together work through this new reality.

As is so often the case, our rich & textured tradition offers theblueprint for this next phase of our communal journey. And it is as elegant as it is simple–we deliberately re•seed with precisely the same stuff that religiously layered our tumult.

  • We cultivate unbridled joy in the context of sacred ritual
  • We hold one another in pain
  • We confront the conditions that perpetuate human suffering
  • We pray with hearts open to one another, and to God
  • We plumb the riches of our tradition for sacred pathways

We’d like you to imagine yourselves, each of you, in the Smith, Gewirz, Tent, Biran Beit Midrash, or in your homes–as the beginning of something special, something true, something hopeful, something eternal–because you are just that–a seed amidst other seeds, together becoming the garden that is our holy kehillah. These coming High Holy Days are so ripe for personal and communal hopefulness. We are once again honored to be able to share it with you, our beloved community. See you soon!

L'shana Tova!
The Adas Israel Clergy

Sat, August 13 2022 16 Av 5782