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Eruv is DOWN for Kol Nidre / Yom Kippur

                                 this is island synagogue

A Modern Orthodox congregation that welcomes Jews of all backgrounds
and levels of observance

 

High Holiday Children's Program Update

Rosh Hashanah Day 1

Monday, September 10th: 10:30am-1pm.
Rosh Hashana themed stories, games, and songs.
A children's lunch will be served at 12:30pm.
 
Ages 3-8.

Rosh Hashanah Day 2
Tuesday, September 11th: 10:30-1pm.

Rosh Hashana themed stories, games, and songs.

Yom Kippur

Wednesday, September 19th: 10:30-1:30pm and 5:30pm-8pm.
Please send a nut-free lunch/snack with your child.
All programs for children ages 3-8.

Please make donations to offset the cost of childcare and the Children's lunch.

Click here to donate today.

Any questions? Email: jodi@Negrins.com

Thank you!

Donations appreciated for the Sukkah hop and holiday meals. 

Click here to contribute.

Upcoming classes and events

All Events
  • Thursday
    Sep 20
    Talmud Class: Baba Basra with Rabbi Y. Kornfeld
    Thursday, Sep 20th 12:00p to 1:00p
    A textual study of Jewish civil law. Classes are in English. No prior study of Talmud is needed, just a will to learn. Island Synagogue, 8685 SE 47th Street, Mercer Island Led by: Rabbi Yechezkel Kornfeld

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  • Thursday
    Sep 27
    Talmud Class: Baba Basra with Rabbi Y. Kornfeld
    Thursday, Sep 27th 12:00p to 1:00p
    A textual study of Jewish civil law. Classes are in English. No prior study of Talmud is needed, just a will to learn. Island Synagogue, 8685 SE 47th Street, Mercer Island Led by: Rabbi Yechezkel Kornfeld

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  • Thursday
    Oct 4
    Talmud Class: Baba Basra with Rabbi Y. Kornfeld
    Thursday, Oct 4th 12:00p to 1:00p
    A textual study of Jewish civil law. Classes are in English. No prior study of Talmud is needed, just a will to learn. Island Synagogue, 8685 SE 47th Street, Mercer Island Led by: Rabbi Yechezkel Kornfeld

    MORE INFO

 

shabbat prayer book guide

There may be areas in the Shabbat prayer service that individuals do not understand or with which they are not familiar. Reading through the Shabbat Prayer Book Guide may answer many of those questions.  It is hoped that this guide can be a source to greater understanding and a more meaningful involvement in Shabbat prayer ritual.

Click here or visit the Documents page of this website (accessible by members) to view the guide. A limited number of hardcover books are available for sale for $23. To purchase, please contact the office at office@islandsynagogue.org or 206-275-1539.

Donations are also welcome. Click here to visit our Donations page.

Thu, September 20 2018 11 Tishrei 5779