Enjoy the calm and joy of Shabbat together while apart.
Fridays at 5:30pm
We will also attempt to live stream on the MAKOMnj Facebook Page
No need to register just enjoy!
High Holy Day Information 2022/5783
The Holy Days are late but will be here before we know it! Erev Rosh HaShanah begins on September 25th! We are looking forward to welcoming you for both in-person and online synchronous holiday services. All livestream login information will be sent once you have registered.
This year our in-person services will be held at the Power House Studios in their event tent..
Click here to register! We are so excited to welcome the New Year together with you!
Schedule of Services
Erev Rosh Hashanah Sweet Start to the New Year– zoom only Sunday, September 25th 5:30 pm
Rosh Hashanah Morning Services– in person and on zoom Monday, September 26th 10:00am
Kol Neidrei Services–zoom only Tuesday, October 4th 7:30pm
Yom Kippur Morning Services in person and on zoom Wednesday, October 5th 10:00 am
Yom Kippur Afternoon– zoom only
3:30pm Book of Remembrance display, and music for the soul
4:30pm Yom Kippur Afternoon, Yizkor, Neilah
Learning for Kids
Tree of Life Learning- Sunday Morning In Person with Midweek Hebrew
Sunday Mornings 10:00 am- 11:00 am or Wednesday Afternoons 100% Virtual
At MAKOMnj our education program is called Tree of Life Learning.
It’s where learning comes alive. Visit the “Kids” section under the “Learn” tab for more information
Wednesday Afternoon@4pm on Zoom with Additional Midweek Hebrew
Visit the “Kids” section under the “Learn” tab for more information
Learning For Adults
Torah and Topics: No Experience Necessary
Discuss current issues that we face in the world and see how Jewish values can guide us during difficult or uncertain times. No previous Torah study is needed in fact this is the perfect opportunity for anyone who is curious about Jewish learning. In a relaxed setting a new topic will be discussed each month. Topics will include: Is it every okay to lie? What is our responsibility to the environment? What does Jewish tradition have to say about immigration?
Dates coming soon Click here to register and for location information.