Mosaic Law Congregation
קהילת תורת משה
Where traditional and dynamic Judaism come alive
For the foreseeable future, our event and program information will be exclusively in the twice weekly congregational email. Click here if you are a synagogue member who does not currently receive the weekly emails and would like to be added to the list.
Am Yisrael Chai. Bring Them Home.
The day will come when the story of Israel in modern times will speak not just to Jews, but to all who believe in the power of the human spirit as it reaches out to God, as an everlasting symbol of the victory of life over death, hope over despair.
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, z"l
We have added a new set of videos on our Israel Resource Page.
Make sure to see the updates to Rabbi Taff's page and Rabbi Herman's latest video, The Jewish Take on Evil..
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Making Lasting Connections
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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.
Check out Rabbi Herman's new video series:
Shabbat and Holiday morning services are streamed over YouTube.
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In the off-chance of a disruption, we are monitoring the stream and will try to fix it as soon as possible