Founded in 1978, Kehila Chadasha values Jewish heritage and traditions through education, celebration, music, discussions, and social action. We are a small, welcoming congregation, in which individuals, couples and families of all ages and backgrounds—including interfaith couples—can feel at home together. 

Kehila members are extended family for one another. We are a member-driven community, and we all pitch in to help the community run and to support one another. Our mission statement can be found here.

Sunday mornings

Schmoozing, Singing, Sunday School, Adult Ed 


Community and Adult

High Holidays

Our High Holiday services are open to the wider Jewish community. They include a blend of contemporary and traditional music and liturgy, and feature creative children’s and teen services.

Community Holidays

We celebrate Passover, Purim, Sukkot, and other holidays as a community.

Community Support

Our goal is to lovingly support community members in moments of joy, pain, and/or grief. We have an active Chesed Committee that focuses on Acts of Loving Kindness to help meet life challenges among our members.


Shabbat services Friday night, Saturday morning, and Havdalah
Jewga (Yoga with a Jewish flavor)
Adult education
Children’s activities, games and hikes
Talent show
Campfire sing-along with Reb David



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