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Skylake synagogue

 

Skylake synagogue is a young, vibrant, Orthodox, Zionist Jewish congregation located in North Miami Beach, Florida.

 

Skylake synagogue is a meeting place for religious, social, educational, cultural, and family events. Skylake synagogue has an eclectic crowd of both Ashkenazim and Sephardim primarily from Latin countries from all over South America: Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Argentina. Skylake synagogue provides an array of opportunities for Jews of all ages, from all walks of life and of all distinctions and cultivates an atmosphere of cohesiveness and unity. We strive to bring excitement and joy to every aspect of the synagogue’s community life.

 

At Skylake synagogue we develop meaningful relationships and experiences by committing to our core values of Torah observance, Jewish education, community life, Israel and Tzedaka; benevolence.

 

Through our core values we seek spiritual growth bound by a common desire to live mindful, Torah committed Jewish lives. We encourage lifelong Jewish learning to deepen our knowledge and observance of Jewish traditions. We offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all who seek affiliation with our synagogue by fostering a strong sense of community, and by providing diverse programs, family activities and an overall feeling of unity and teamwork that connect us to each other. We pursue charitable giving and acts of loving-kindness through the synagogue’s Visiting the Sick Society (Bikur Cholim), senior citizen club, community service volunteer program and our own ‘Goodwill’ style store (‘The Closet’), and we promote love for the land and people of Israel and support a strong State of Israel through our affiliation with FIDF, AJC, WIZO, AIPAC and other prominent Jewish Zionist organizations.

 

Skylake synagogue has a significant Sephardic membership with its own Sephardic Minyan to accommodate the rich and unique Sephardic tradition.

 

Skylake synagogue has an eminent team of committed leadership including our Rabbi, educators, staff, lay leaders and volunteers. The synagogue’s commitment to the highest standards of Torah learning, outreach and community is evident through the many activities, classes, volunteer programs and other social services it offers.

 

In addition to traditional synagogue services, community events and holidays and life-cycle celebrations Skylake synagogue provides a wide spectrum of opportunities some of which are: Adult education classes, Hebrew school, Teen group, Bar Mitzvah Club, Scholar in Residence program, Visiting the Sick society, senior citizen club, sisterhood, community volunteer program, weekend seminars and more.

 

Skylake is founded on the ideology of promoting Jewish values and traditions and creating a Jewish future for our children. 

Thu, December 14 2017 26 Kislev 5778