Welcome! At Judea Reform, you will find the values, traditions, practices, hopes, and inspiration that Reform Jews cherish: life-long learning, tikkun olam, worship, celebration, community, connection to Israel, and meaningful lives.
Our members are families with young children, singles of all ages, founders of our congregation, new arrivals to the area, people who have converted, interfaith families, people from all over the world, and even people who were born and raised right here in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. What we all have in common is a love of Judaism and a mission to cultivate Jewish life for everyone who walks through our doors.
Come pray with us, have a nosh at the oneg, and introduce yourself—we look forward to meeting you!
Totally 1980!: Purim Shpiel & Megillah Reading on March 15. Blondie and Air Supply, anyone? More
Day of Listening: It's history in the making and we want to hear from you! More
Have you stopped receiving emails from Judea Reform? Let's troubleshoot! More
Start planning for Congregation-Wide Mitzvah Day on Sunday, March 9 More
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Rabbi Darryl Crystal to become Intentional Interim Senior Rabbi as of July 1, 2014. Read more about the search process and Rabbi Crystal here.
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Mar.09.2014 12:00am JRC Mitzvah Day
Mar.09.2014 9:30am SAS: Casseroles
Mar.09.2014 9:30am SAS: Knitters
Mar.09.2014 9:30am Purim Mishloach Manot
Mar.09.2014 10:00am Rabbi Search Committee
Mar.09.2014 10:00am DRTY Board Meeting
Mar.09.2014 1:00pm Board of Trustees Budget Review
Mar.09.2014 3:30pm PurimSchpiel band rehearsal
For the months of March and April, funds placed in the tzedakah box outside the Bossen Family Library will be donated to Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers.
Service Dogs by Warren Retrievers (SDWR) provides educational training (including classroom training, personalized individual training and public access training) to individuals and groups about the benefits of having a service dog and the types of assistance that service dogs may provide to persons with health issues and disabilities.
Additionally, SDWR helps families find local resources to help offset the costs associated with the purchase and training of a service dog. They will host fundraising and community programs to help spread awareness and grow their programs, thereby reaching more families and providing increased access to their services. To learn more, visit their website.
*You may also donate securely online or make your check payable to Judea Reform Congregation.*
We encourage you to give generously so that we can continue to nurture and support so many wonderful organizations in the community!
*Please enter "Service Dogs" in the memo line of your check or in the notes field of your online contribution.
www.judeareform.org 1933 W. Cornwallis Road Durham, NC 27705 P: (919)489-7062 F: (919)489-0611