Taking an applesauce snack break from all the singing and dancing at this month’s Bimbam Shabbat with Cantor Jay! See you next time, November 11th at 9:30am!

Congregation Solel welcomed its youngest members to Lev Solel on October 6th during Shabbat services. Mazel Tov on Consecration! The chapel was full of song, prayer and ruach! It was also Sukkot, and Cantor Jay helped the new students shake the lulav and etrog. We wish all of you a life full of Jewish learning!

Shana Tova! I want to welcome you to our 60th year celebrating the High Holy Days as Congregation Solel, a  sacred community. I am humbled and honored to stand before you this year at Rosh Hashanah. It is a privilege and honor. Rosh Hashanah is the head of the year. It is the anniversary of…

Solel celebrates 60 years with a cake

We had our first taste of Congregation Solel’s 60th celebration at the oneg after the Annual Solel BBQ on Friday night, August 25. If you missed it, you will have plenty of opportunities to celebrate over the months ahead. During the High Holy Days, you heard some possibilities for our future so elegantly conveyed by…

I may say this as each month begins, but I cannot believe it’s already October! Our first day of Lev Solel was a few weeks ago, and I was grateful to have the attention of all our students and their parents to speak about the youth group and our programs we have planned for the…

You can download a PDF copy of the  Pathfinder for October, 2017 Many of the Pathfinder articles are posted on the website:

Thank you to everyone who helped with the bake sale, as well as those who donated gift cards. On Sunday, September 17th, Congregation Solel’s teen youth group ran a bake sale during Lev Solel (Sunday school) to help raise money for Hurricane Harvey & Hurricane Irma relief efforts. In total, over $500 was collected and…

The shehecheyanu prayer in our tradition thanks God for “giving us life, sustaining us, and enabling us to reach this season.” In our learning community at Solel, it feels as if we have arrived at a shehecheyanu moment. After over three years of listening to our community, researching best practices in Jewish education, experimenting with…

High Holy Days will begin with Rosh HaShanna on Wednesday evening, September 20 at 8:00 PM, and continue Thursday morning, September 21 at 10:00 AM. Family Services will be held on Thursday at 2:00 PM, and a Rosh Hashanah family reception will precede the Family Services at 12:30 PM.
Kol Nidre begins on Friday evening, September 29 at 8:00 PM, and we continue the following morning at 10:00 AM for Yom Kippur worship.

Register For Religious School 2017-2018 Registration for Religious school is now open for new and returning students—register by June 1st, 2017 to receive a $35 early bird discount. Simply complete this Student Information Form for each student you register.

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