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Welcome to
Congregation Rinat Yisrael

Congregation Rinat Yisrael was founded to promote the moral and spiritual values of Orthodox Judaism. We are proud to be a vibrant, established-yet-growing community that takes davening and limmud torah seriously, as well as our commitment to chesed and Eretz Yisrael. We offer many and varied learning opportunities through our Adult Education program and active support of our synagogue youth - including those with special needs. Our Rabbi, Assistant Rabbi and Yoetzet Halacha inspire our members as they help us navigate the daily challenges of contemporary religious Jewish life.

Join us for one of our fun or thought-provoking programs or for a warm, engaging Shabbat experience and discover what makes the Rinat community unique.

Learn with Us

A strong emphasis on limmud torah and adult education is a founding principle of Rinat. Our offerings range from a multitude of weekly shiurim to frequent guest lecturers and Scholars-in-Residence to Israeli film festivals and more. We have developed a rich and varied program to appeal to learners at all levels and many areas of interest.

Join one of our weekly shiurim or come hear our next speaker




Rinat's Youth Program is renowned for the richness and variety of our programming and our commitment to inclusiveness. We run fun and educational events throughout the year - including weekly Shabbat morning groups - and our Shadow program allows children with special needs to participate right along with their peers.

Explore the many ways Rinat can help nurture and support your children as they grow into Jewish adults! >> 


Celebrate at Rinat

Our beautiful Social Hall is available for your simcha or other event. Comfortably seating up to 250 guests with a dance floor, and up to 300 without a dance floor, our Social Hall can be customized to meet your needs. We offer a choice of eight caterers across the price ranges, so you can find the right one for you.

Find out more about our Social Hall and book your event today! >>

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