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Who We Are

WELCOMING . . . INCLUSIVE . . . INFORMAL . . . YOUTHFUL . . . VIBRANT

The United Synagogue of Hoboken is a welcoming and participatory Jewish community devoted to the revitalization of Jewish life in Hudson County, New Jersey.  We have revived a historic synagogue building and century-old Jewish community, and we strive to renew the spark of Judaism in each individual.

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See here for USH High Holy Day information for 2020. 

 USH Online Schedule and Links

During this health crisis, no events or meetings are taking place at USH. Many events and services are available on livestream, on Zoom, or both.

 

FOR ROSH HASHANAH AND YOM KIPPUR SERVICES, USE LINKS THAT HAVE BEEN EMAILED TO YOU. (SIGN UP AND SEE ENTIRE SCHEDULE AT https://www.hobokensynagogue.org/high-holy-days-at-ush.html

Friday night services now take place online at 5:30pm;  See https://bit.ly/ShabbatServicesUSH2020 or the USH Facebook Live page!


Shabbat morning services on Sept 26 are at 10am and can be accessed at this link  . 

 OTHER ONLINE PROGRAMS:
 Sundays: Shaharit morning prayer service, 9am by Zoom, https://bit.ly/USHWeekdayMorningMinyan 

Sundays, 11am or 11:30am: brunches/speakers; check below or check your email!  

Mondays-Fridays:    Shaharit morning prayer service, 8am by Zoom, https://bit.ly/USHWeekdayMorningMinyan

To download prayerbook pages for all services, go to https://www.rabbinicalassembly.org/form-download-e-siddur-0. Shabbat evening and morning use Siddur Lev Shalem; weekday morning services use Siddur Sim Shalom for Weekdays.

A message from Rabbi Scheinberg, March 2020 (i.e. 'the early days of Covid'): 

A High Holy Day message from the USH community: 

 

Some Upcoming  Events at USH: 

All Events
  • Sunday ,
    SepSeptember  13 , 2020
    Mitzvah Month
    Sunday, Sep 13th (All day)
    This year Mitzvah Day is Mitzvah Month with plenty of opportunities to participate in a safe socially distant way!

    MORE INFO

  • Monday ,
    OctOctober  19 , 2020
    Gender and Mitzvot
    Monday, Oct 19th 8:00p to 9:00p
    In an egalitarian Jewish community such as USH, all are, theoretically, obligated or free to observe the mitzvot (commandments). But many questions remain: What happens to mitzvot traditionally observed by women only such as Friday night candle lighting? How does the idea of mitzvot, and Jewish law in general, work for LGTBQ, and especially non-binary people? What does obligation mean? Men, women and mitzvot Gender-neutral mitzvot? Who’s obligated anyway?

    MORE INFO

  • Monday ,
    OctOctober  26 , 2020
    Gender and Mitzvot
    Monday, Oct 26th 8:00p to 9:00p
    In an egalitarian Jewish community such as USH, all are, theoretically, obligated or free to observe the mitzvot (commandments). But many questions remain: What happens to mitzvot traditionally observed by women only such as Friday night candle lighting? How does the idea of mitzvot, and Jewish law in general, work for LGTBQ, and especially non-binary people? What does obligation mean? Men, women and mitzvot Gender-neutral mitzvot? Who’s obligated anyway?

    MORE INFO

  • Monday ,
    NovNovember  2 , 2020
    Gender and Mitzvot
    Monday, Nov 2nd 8:00p to 9:00p
    In an egalitarian Jewish community such as USH, all are, theoretically, obligated or free to observe the mitzvot (commandments). But many questions remain: What happens to mitzvot traditionally observed by women only such as Friday night candle lighting? How does the idea of mitzvot, and Jewish law in general, work for LGTBQ, and especially non-binary people? What does obligation mean? Men, women and mitzvot Gender-neutral mitzvot? Who’s obligated anyway?

    MORE INFO

  • Tuesday ,
    NovNovember  10 , 2020
    The Real Mediterranean Diet: Encounter Israel through Food
    Tuesday, Nov 10th 8:00p to 9:00p

    MORE INFO

  • Tuesday ,
    NovNovember  17 , 2020
    The Real Mediterranean Diet: Encounter Israel through Food
    Tuesday, Nov 17th 8:00p to 9:00p

    MORE INFO

  • Tuesday ,
    NovNovember  24 , 2020
    The Real Mediterranean Diet: Encounter Israel through Food
    Tuesday, Nov 24th 8:00p to 9:00p

    MORE INFO

  • Sunday ,
    NovNovember  29 , 2020
    Three conversations about Tefilin
    Sunday, Nov 29th 8:00p to 9:00p
    Join our rabbinical intern, Katja Vehlow, in this discussion about the custom of Tefilin.

    MORE INFO

  • Sunday ,
    DecDecember  6 , 2020
    Three conversations about Tefilin
    Sunday, Dec 6th 8:00p to 9:00p
    Join our rabbinical intern, Katja Vehlow, in this discussion about the custom of Tefilin.

    MORE INFO

  • Sunday ,
    DecDecember  20 , 2020
    Three conversations about Tefilin
    Sunday, Dec 20th 8:00p to 9:00p
    Join our rabbinical intern, Katja Vehlow, in this discussion about the custom of Tefilin.

    MORE INFO

 

Thu, October 1 2020 13 Tishrei 5781