P'nai Or Philadelphia
Renewing Judaism as it Renews Us....
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Celebrate High Holy Days with us!
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Welcome to Philadelphia’s Jewish Renewal Community!
This past year has brought many challenging issues to the forefront of national awareness and our own. There is much to think about as we do our communal work of teshuvah in preparation for the High Holydays.
At P’nai Or, the High Holydays offer us a time to come together as a community to reaffirm our commitment to kindness, justice, compassion, democracy, equality and fairness. May we each do our personal inner work well, and may we collectively re-energize our commitment to build the kind of world we want to live in.
To learn how to join us this year, download the 5776 High Holyday schedule
- P’nai Or Philadelphia is a welcoming and diverse Jewish Renewal Community.
- We come together in the Community wing of Summit Presbyterian Church, 6757 Greene Street, in the West Mt. Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia.
- We meet on Jewish holidays and every Shabbat (Saturdays, 10:30 am – 1:00 pm). Throughout the year, we sponsor classes, get-togethers and holiday celebrations.
- Our davvenen/prayer style is upbeat, celebratory and participatory, blending Hebrew and English song and chant with opportunities for reflection and sharing.
We look forward to getting to know you….
- P’nai Or Philadelphia meets in the Community wing of Summit Presbyterian Church, Greene St. at Westview St, Philadelphia, PA 19119. Find us.
- P’nai Or Philadelphia is a member of ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal, a world-wide organization which advances vital Judaism as an ethical and spiritual path, and whose world headquarters is located in our community.
- P’nai Or Philadelphia is a member of Keshet Working for the full equality and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Jews in Jewish life
Website designed by Rivkah Walton. No photos on this website were taken on Shabbat or Yom Tov.
Join Us For…
For the ways to join us for the holy days, look through the membership form, schedule of services and children’s programming
Saturday July 25| 8:30 Silent Meditation | 9:00 Gather for readings, chants, recitation of the traditional Eicha/Lamentations, and communal outpouring of our own cries of mourning and anguish read more…