Contact information – firstname.lastname@example.org 603-646-0460
Rabbi Mark Melamut, email@example.com;
For membership information please contact
Deborah Callaghan, President, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Chris DePierro, Administrator, email@example.com, 603-646-0460
Mission Statement – We are a welcoming, egalitarian congregation providing Jewish spiritual, educational, social and cultural opportunities to the Upper Connecticut River Valley.
Description – The UVJC offers religious services on Shabbat
and holidays, and we service all life cycle celebrations, from the bar
mitzvah to the loss of a loved one. We also have a religious school
that meets twice weekly, as well as many educational
opportunities and community events for Jews of all ages. The UVJC
holds services on Shabbat and Jewish holidays at the Roth Center. Consistent
with our diverse membership, we offer a mix of traditional and Reform services,
as well as services geared to Hebrew School students and their families and
young “tots.” All services are fully egalitarian.
Kabbalat Shabbat services are generally led by Dartmouth Hillel students and begin at 6:00 pm. When College is in session, services are followed by Shabbat dinner at 7:00 pm, provided at no charge for both students and community members. Both the services and the dinner are open to all.
Shabbat Morning Services, 10:00a