Frequently Asked Questions
Our community is casual so dress in whatever feels appropriate and comfortable. While attendees at High Holy Days tend to "dress up" a bit, including wearing white on Yom Kippur, we tend to dress in a way that enhances our ability to participate, to dance, and to feel comfortable. Kippot (head covering) and tallitot (prayer shawls) are available if you don't have your own, but their use is not required.
Children are always welcome! They often enjoy and participate in the music of our services. Families may bring quiet activities for their children to do during the service. We also have an adjoining play area and often provide supervision.