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Important Information About Coronavirus

The AJ Building is closed until further notice. See below for links to our virtual services.

You can see the latest weekly email here for AJ online events, helpful information, etc.!

You can click here to read the initial communications from Rav Shai Cherry, Hazzan Howard Glantz,
and AJ President Judy Stutman Izes regarding the temporary closure of the AJ building.

Here is a Healing video from Hazzan Glantz.

Through the Zoom platform, congregants will be able to attend services virtually.
You can find information about how to use the system here.

We now have two links for all of our virtual services:  (updated)

For Saturday evening services:
By computer:
By phone:
Please dial 929.436.2866 or 301.715.8592. Meeting ID#: 933131679

For all other services (Sunday through Friday morning and evening services, and Shabbat services):
By computer
By phone:
Please dial 929.436.2866 or 301.715.8592. Meeting ID#: 109428724

Service times:
Friday evening: 6:15 PM
Saturday morning: 9:30 AM
Saturday evening: 4/4: 7:10 PM; 4/11: 7:20 PM; 4/18: 7:25 PM 
Sunday morning: 9:00 AM
Sunday through Thursday evenings: 7:00 PM
Monday morning: 7:20 AM
Tuesday morning: 7:30 AM
Wednesday morning: 7:30 AM 
Thursday morning: 7:20 AM*
Friday morning: 7:30 AM

You can find PDFs of Seder Avodah here.

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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Welcome from the Rabbi

In the beginning, we're kept in the dark about why God creates the world. The reason is revealed through projection. God says, "It is not good for the human to be alone." From this, the midrash infers that the world was created because God longed for partnership. Our community at Congregation Adath Jeshurun (AJ) is a manifestation of that longing.  

The Torah chronicles the beginning of the covenant between God and the Israelites as they strive to create a community where people bless one another for their kindness. There is a learning process to understand what is required to live long on the land that the Lord, our God, has given us.

At AJ, we're still in that process. Some requirements have shifted, but our covenant endures. We dance at moments of joy, we stand at moments of awe, we march at moments of need, and we support those sitting in their grief. Through it all, we learn as a sacred community how best to fulfill our covenant. We are proud to be partners in a tradition that imagines God longing for partnership. We all long for partnership. You are warmly invited to join ours.

Rav Shai Cherry


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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Fri, May 29 2020 6 Sivan 5780