Welcome to the Sandhills Jewish Congregation, an egalitarian Reform Jewish community serving the Sandhills region of North Carolina. We are a warm and welcoming congregation that comes together for worship, Jewish celebrations, religious education, social action, as well as social activities.
We welcome all who seek knowledge about, or a relationship with, the Jewish faith and people. Our membership is diverse, with members coming from all over the globe and including members from the entire spectrum of Jewish backgrounds.
Please join us at our next Shabbat Service at our Temple: Beth Shalom.
November 3: 10 AM: Religious School
November 3: 2 PM: Movie: Orchestra of Exiles
November 4: 1-2:30 PM: C.A.L.L.
November 6: 7 PM: Board Meeting
November 7: Newsletter deadline
November 9: 6-10 AM: Belk Charity Day
November 10: 10 AM: Religious School
November 10: 2 PM: Sociable Art: See email for further details
November 11: 1-2:30 PM: C.A.L.L.
November 15: 7 PM: Shabbat Service
November 16: 10 AM: Torah Study
November 16: Havdallah & Adult discussion w/Rabbi
November 17: 10 AM: Religious School G
November 18: 1-2:30 PM: C.A.L.L.
November 24: 10 AM: Religious School
November 24: 4 PM: Interfaith Thanksgiving Service at Jackson Springs Presbyterian Church (please bring canned goods for the Agape Outreach food pantry)
November 25: 1-2:30 PM: C.A.L.L.
November 30: 6 PM: Hanukah Party and Potluck Dinner
Save the Date
December 1: 2 PM: Book Discussion Group: "Mr. Rosenblum Dreams in English" by Natasha Solomons
Can’t join us next week at the URJ Biennial? You can be a part of the convention from the comfort of your own home! We’ll be live-streaming all plenary sessions and Shabbat worship at www.urj.org/biennial, or you can watch the sessions on cable when they play live on JLTV. You can also join the conversation […]
OSRUI's Father and; Son Kallah provided Neil Rigler the chance to focus exclusively on his boys for the weekend in a dynamic Jewish context. He was also able to connect with other dads and talk about the challenges of being a father in today's world, and what the Jewish component of that can and should be.
By Cantor Hayley Kobilinsky The Eileh Ezkerah with which most Reform Jews are currently familiar does not bring to mind familiar melodies. While thematically, Eileh Ezkerah fits well with Yom Kippur, it does not hark to the sounds of the High Holy Day melodies we typically quote. What, then, is to be done with its […]
The way we look at early childhood engagement is rapidly changing. In a recent JTA article titled, “Free tuition? Jewish preschool leaders say money’s not the problem,” URJ Faculty Member Cathy Rolland discusses the Reform Movement’s role in the evolving realm of early childhood education and the importance of building a collective voice in the […]