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All Friday evening Kabbalat Shabbat and Saturday morning Shabbat services will now be held both in person at AJ and on Zoom. Shabbat Minhah/Ma'ariv and Havdalah as well as daily minyan will remain on Zoom. 

Our guidelines are below:

  • Pre-register for services by completing the online registration form or calling the office. (Please note: This link is for registrations in December. Last month's registration link will not work.)
  • Use hand sanitizer before entering the sanctuary. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building.
  • Only fully vaccinated people may attend in-person services and events at AJ and everyone must wear a properly fitting mask covering both nose and mouth.
  • Beginning January 1, 2022, AJ will also require proof of a booster shot for all those eligible to receive the booster.
  • Anyone who presents with symptoms of possible COVID-19 will not be admitted to the building.
  • You can see our updated guidelines here.

Additionally, there will be no limit to the number of people who may attend in-person services. You can see the service schedule and Zoom links here

If you would like to attend Friday evening and/or Saturday morning services, you must pre-register by 2:30 PM Friday afternoon.

You can see the latest weekly email here for upcoming AJ events and other helpful information.

A Synagogue Like Ours Shouldn’t Be So Unusual.
But It Is.

It doesn’t happen at every synagogue. But Adath Jeshurun is more than a synagogue;
and it’s been that way for many generations.

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In addition to our dedicated clergy and staff, AJ continues to thrive through the tremendous efforts of our many volunteers. Here at AJ, there is a place for everyone to become involved. No matter your skill, no matter how much/little time you have to help, we’ve got opportunities for you. To find out how you can help, contact the synagogue office at 215.635.6611. 


Congregation Adath Jeshurun is an inclusive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue. All are welcome irrespective of gender, race, or sexual orientation. We welcome dual-faith families who want to be involved in the Jewish community.



AJ has minyan every morning and every evening. We welcome visitors who want to pray with us.



"AJ is truly a community... better yet a family. And, I get to see family every day. I am grateful to call this my home. And I am grateful to see and share my family every day."

Calvin Thompson,
Building Manager  

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We are proud to announce that Rav Shai Cherry has published a new book: 
Coherent Judaism: Constructive Theology, Creation, and Halakhah. To purchase the book on Amazon, click here. Rav Shai will be happy to sign it if you drop it off at AJ.

Wed, December 8 2021 4 Tevet 5782