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Mosaic Law Congregation

קהילת תורת משה

Where traditional and dynamic Judaism come alive

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People כלל ישראל 

  Nation עם ישראל


Spirit תורת ישראל


Welcome to Mosaic Law Congregation, the only synagogue in the Sacramento region affiliated with the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism. Our extensive religious, educational, cultural, Israel-oriented, social action, and communal functions connect our diverse congregational family to one another, to the Jewish people, and to the world. Please join us in this continually evolving kehillat kodesh to build upon the legacy of our ancestors and leave a vibrant congregation for our descendants. 


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Shabbat, Holidays, Minyan

Our spirituality is lively, traditional, participatory, eclectic, and egalitarian. Wherever you are in your Jewish journey, your presence and participation are welcome.

Please share in our weekly Shabbat kiddush lunch and introduce yourself to our community. We look forward to meeting you.

Education Across the Generations

Teaching and learning across the spectrum are central to Jewish identity. We encourage participation in our many opportunities to learn together and to share your own teachings. We are proud of our Mercaz religious school and our extensive Adult Ed offerings, including our affiliation with the Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning.


We are particularly privileged to host two phenomenal libraries, the Central Valley Holocaust Educators' Network (CVHEN) and the Kashenberg, Ostrow, Hayward (KOH) Library and Cultural Center, whose extensive collections deepen our connection to our faith, people, history, and identity.   


Social Action, Cultural, Communal

Share in building a living, breathing, dynamic Judaism that values social interaction and tikkun olam, the betterment of the world.


We invite you to participate with us in shaping our community through Jewish activity and repairing the world one step at a time.

Check out Rabbi Herman's new video series:

Shabbat and Holiday morning services are streamed over YouTube.
Click below to view:

In the off-chance of a disruption, we are monitoring the stream and will try to fix it as soon as possible

Evening Shabbat and Holiday services are hybrid in person and on Zoom.
Visit The Scroll for the Zoom link.

Upcoming Events

  • Congregational Israel Trip Information & Planning Meeting
    Jun 07, 7:30 PM
    MLC Youth Lounge, 2300 Sierra Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95825, USA
    with Rabbi Herman, June 24 - July 3 2024 For Itinerary & Registration, click RSVP
  • Pride Shabbat
    Fri, Jun 09
    Mosaic Law Congregation
    Jun 09, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Mosaic Law Congregation, 2300 Sierra Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95825, USA
    Join us for an inclusive service celebrating the diversity of Mosaic Law Congregation and Sacramento Community Jewish life. Show support for the LGBTQ+ community by wearing a bright, colorful outfit for the service.
  • Thirsty Third Thursday
    Multiple Dates
    Thu, Jun 15
    Jun 15, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Sacramento, 2300 Sierra Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95825, USA
    Sponsored by MLC Men's Club. Not just for men!- Open to all MLC members & guest.
  • Kiddush Cup Golf Tournament
    Fri, Jun 16
    Ancil Hoffman Golf Course
    Jun 16, 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
    Ancil Hoffman Golf Course, 6700 Tarshes Dr, Carmichael, CA 95608, USA
    Join fellow duffers on the Ancil Hoffman links on Friday, June 16th. Shotgun start with lots of different opportunities on the course. Proceeds benefit MLC Education.
  • Not Just for New Members Fair
    Sun, Aug 20
    Friedman Courtyard
    Aug 20, 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
    Friedman Courtyard, 2300 Sierra Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95825, USA
    Visit and shmooze with representatives from the different clubs and groups on campus while Mercaz students finish their last day of religious school for the year.
  • L'dor V'dor: Sisterhood Cookbook Coming Soon
    Time is TBD
    Location is TBD
    Click RSVP below to view Order Form For more information contact Sharon at

A word about this week's Torah reading
with Rabbi Herman

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