Falmouth Jewish Congregation, the Upper Cape’s only Jewish congregation, will hold an Open House for prospective members. Those interested in exploring their Jewish heritage and learning more about membership in this Reform Jewish congregation will have the opportunity to speak with its professional staff: Rabbi Elias J. Lieberman, director of lifelong learning Pamela Rothstein, the congregation’s officers and other members. There will be an opportunity for conversation, questions, a tour of facilities.
This Open House will take place prior to and be done in time for the 7:30 p.m. screening of the Dutch comedy “Moos,” part of the congregation’s Summer Jewish Film Festival.
The Falmouth Jewish Congregation is a vibrant, egalitarian Reform congregation affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ). Its membership represents an inclusive, participatory community with diverse traditions, practices and beliefs. All are welcomed with warmth and respect – Jews, interfaith families, and people of all ages and gender identities. While varied in background, the congregation is united in a dedication to providing a place that meets the needs of the Jewish community on the Upper Cape and beyond for worship, celebration, lifelong learning and social action.
For families, Falmouth Jewish Congregation offers Beit Sefer, its educational program for children from Kindergarten through grade 7, as well as a monthly adult/child preschool program, called Gan Yeladim (children’s garden). The congregation is also home to the Falmouth Jewish Cemetery, the Cape’s only such facility.
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7 Hatchville Rd
East Falmouth, MA 02536
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