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Yom Sheini, 4 Sivan 5777

"Reform Judaism, as practiced at The Reform Temple of Rockland, blends the traditions of our past with modern expression and innovation."

In our egalitarian services, women and men have equal opportunity to pray and to lead worship. Our worship language is sensitive to gender.

We encourage creative ritual by clergy and by members. We are very proud of the Bar/Bat Mitzvah services many of our families compile. Traditional prayers in Hebrew and English, modern reading, and songs old and new provide a unique worship experience at RTR, where adults and children enthusiastically participate and make "joyful sound." It is this combination of Reform and tradition that has created The Reform Temple of Rockland's special atmosphere.

Shabbat services are conducted on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings throughout the year. Family services are usually held the first Friday evening of each month. These services are planned to promote participation by younger members of the family as well as their parents. Festival services are held according to the calendar, Rosh Hashanah is celebrated on two days.

All services, including the High Holy Days are celebrated in our beautiful sanctuary. Our spiritual home is here at RTR, our Beit Tefillah, our House of Prayer.