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The Hechinger Family

We had stopped attending services regularly at about the time our daughter was born. Within a few years, there was a palpable absence in our life. Coming back into the community, joining Temple Solel, has allowed us to reconnect in so many ways beyond simply attending services. We've found a Jewish home for our family, and great place to educate our daughter.

A spiritual need. A social one. To connect to something new. Or reconnect to something missing. The reasons we come together as one are as diverse as the individual families that make up our collective one. And the way we choose to engage – to weave your own threads into the fabric of our congregation – is as personal as our own stories and traditions. 

We invite you to find your place in our inclusive community by exploring all the ways you can be engaged: 

  Regular Shabbat and Holiday Services   We offer regular Friday night Shabbat services, and Saturday morning Torah Study. We also celebrate the High Holidays together as a congregation both at Solel or in nearby spaces.

Regular Shabbat and Holiday Services

We offer regular Friday night Shabbat services, and Saturday morning Torah Study. We also celebrate the High Holidays together as a congregation both at Solel or in nearby spaces.

  Social Programs   Temple Solel hosts a range of social programming for all ages. If you have an interest you want to share, there's a good chance you’ll find an eager community.

Social Programs

Temple Solel hosts a range of social programming for all ages. If you have an interest you want to share, there's a good chance you’ll find an eager community.

  Spiritual Engagement   There are many ways to get closer to your Judaism and yourself. Rabbi Steve leads several programs to help you further explore your Judaism and your spiritual world.

Spiritual Engagement

There are many ways to get closer to your Judaism and yourself. Rabbi Steve leads several programs to help you further explore your Judaism and your spiritual world.