Today is November 29, 2015 -
The program provides Shabbat dinners, Shabbatonim, hevruta study, holiday programs, religious services, home hospitality, religious counseling, leadership development and support in time of need.
It facilitates contact with local Kehillot on an ongoing basis throughout the academic year.
If you are Israel bound, contact Rabbi Ed Romm at email@example.com.
General Synagogue Information:
Ramot Zion Conservative/Masorti Synagogue, 68 Bar Kochba street, French Hill. An egalitarian synagogue just a five minute walk from the Hebrew University Student Village. Daily Minyan: 7:00 am., Friday Night: 6:30 pm. during summer time. Saturday Morning: 8:45 am. Shabbat Mincha:45 minutes before the end of Shabbat.
Kehilat Tiferet Shalom, Rozin Center- Rechov Drezner 2a, Ramat Aviv Gimel is a Masorti, egalitarian community, minutes from the Brodetsky and Einstein dorms of Tel Aviv University.
Home Hospitality for Shabbat and Holidays can be arranged – but please contact us as far in advance as possible.
Contact Us: Questions? Comments? Just want to get involved? We are here for you! Contact Rabbi Ed Romm, Director of Education & Campus Programs. Telephone 02-625-6386 Ext. 22.
Synagogues: There are over ten Masorti congregations in Jerusalem who are delighted to invite overseas students to join them for the High Holidays as well as throughout the year. I would like to call to your attention two synagogues in particular.
Congregation Moreshet Yisrael Yerushalayim next door to the Fuchsberg Center For Conservative Judaism is ideal for students who will be in the area of the center of the city. The congregation is pleased to invite you to be their guests. For a reserved seat (for free), please call Arlene at 02- 625-3539.
Congregation Ramot Zion, Rehov Bar Kochba, 68, French Hill (behind the supermarket) is a perfect fit for those living in Kfar Hastudentim.
Overseas students are invited to join the congregation for the High Holidays as well as throughout the year. Members have assigned seats. Some seats for students will be set aside, first come, first served! No one is turned away.
The following are the High Holy Days times at Ramot Zion Synagogue in French Hill
MINCHA/MAARIV Monday Evening 6:30 P.M.
SHACHARIT Tuesday Morning 8:30 A.M.
MINCHA/MAARIV Tuesday Evening 6:30 P.M.
SHACHARIT Wednesday Morning 8:30 A.M.
MINCHA/MAARIV Wednesday Evening 6:30 P.M.
MINCHA (Tuesday) 1:00 P.M.
FAST BEGINS 6:00 P.M.
KOL NIDRE 6:10 P.M.
SHACHARIT (Wednesday) 8:30 A.M.
MINCHA 4:30 P.M.
NEILA 5:45 P.M.
SHOFAR & MAARIV 7:01 P.M.
FAST ENDS 7:11 P.M.