Jewish Community

Welcome to the Lehigh Valley!

We hope your stay with us will be both relaxing and inspiring. If you have any questions or need any assistance feel free to ask any of our members. For membership information please contact the synagogue office.

The Lehigh Valley Community Mikvah

Halachic Status

Our Mikvah is built bor al gabei bor and bor min hatzad for women’s immersion, and bor min hatzad for men’s immersion. It was designed under the aegis of Rabbi Moshe Heinemann, through consultant Ephraim Geretz. Rabbi David Wilensky provides on-going supervision.

For women only: Immersion in the evenings

Evening appointments are scheduled by a rotation of volunteer schedulers. Schedulers are also available to serve as Mikvah attendants if desired. Please leave a message on the Mikvah voice mail – 610-776-7948 – and a scheduler will return your call.

Important note: Appointments are scheduled on a first come basis. Attendants are volunteers. Please give 48 hour notice to ensure that an attendant will be able to make arrangements to accompany you.

The Only Links You Will Ever Need:

Lehigh Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau:
http://www.discoverlehighvalley.com

Jewish Federation of the Lehigh Valley:
http://www.jewishlehighvalley.org

Jewish Community Center of Allentown:
http://www.allentownjcc.org

Jewish Day School of the Lehigh Valley:
http://www.jdslv.org

Jewish Family Service:
http://www.jfslv.org

Shalom Lehigh Valley Magazine:

http://jewishlehighvalley.org/shalom

 

 

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This Shabbat

Parshat Matot-Masei
Mincha: 7:00 p.m.
Candle Lighting: 7:00 p.m.

Shacharis: 9:00 a.m.
Mincha: 7:45 p.m.
Shabbat concludes: 9:09 p.m.

Upcoming Events

Join us on Shabbos, August 5th, as we welcome again Dr. Carl and Mrs. Karen Hochhauser as our summer visiting scholars.

Carl will speak Shabbos morning on “How Can G-d Tell Me How to Feel?”

Karen will give a class after morning services on “Who Am I?  Torah Insights on Identity, Adversity and Inner Strength”

Carl will speak again during Shalosh Se’udos on “What Does Judaism Value More,  Intellect or Emotion?”