Worship At A Glance

Saturday, February 10

at 10:00 AM:

Shabbat Morning Service

Registration is Required

Led by Rabbi Julie Danan

Friday, February 16

at 7:30 PM:

Kabbalat Shabbat Evening Service

Registration is Required

Led by Rabbi Julie Danan

With Deborah Stern on hammer dulcimer and

Marilyn Waltzer on keyboard.

Saturday, February 24

at 10:00 AM:

Shabbat Morning Service

Registration is Required

Led by Rabbi Julie Danan

Upcoming Events

In this eBlast, we provide links to events coming soon

(click on the link in the event name for details).

For a full listing of events (new ones added every day),

please visit the EVENT CALENDAR.

Tuesday, February 13

at 4:00 PM:

Haftarah Class 

(via Zoom)

Led by Jeffrey Rosen. HAFTARAH FOR T’RUMAH-1 KINGS 5:26 - 6:13, Etz Hayim p. 499. What is the relationship between King Solomon building the Temple and the building of the Mishkan in the desert as directed by G-d through Moses? What do the differences tell us of theological or political growth? What role does the concept of sacred space play in the Haftarah and the Parshah?

Thursday, February 15

at 4:00 PM:

Notable Jewish Lives: Estee Lauder

(via Zoom)

Enid Zafran will tell the life of Estee Lauder, a Jewish woman who started a cosmetics business from a beauty cream developed by her uncle. In 1998, she was the sole woman on Time magazine’s list of the 20 most influential business geniuses of the 20th century. When she died in 2004, her family business was valued at $5.1 billion.

CLICK HERE for more Book Club events

Voter Outreach Campaign

Seaside is launching a new postcard writing campaign urging people to vote. If you are interested in participating in postcard parties and/or getting postcard kits, please email Shelley Prince at prince24rov@gmail.com

Save The Date

Mark your calendar for Sunday evening, July 21 for our third annual summer concert. This year’s event features John McCutcheon, nationally-known folksinger, songwriter and storyteller. He is a multi-instrumentalist who has produced 41 albums since the 1970s. We will once again be at Epworth for this major event.

We are currently enlisting additional donors to underwrite the concert and ensure its success. Contact Marilyn Feldman, Fundraising Chair, feldmanz@verizon.net. 

Weekly Recurring Events

Every Tuesday at 1:00 PM: Walk the Boards

Every Tuesday at 1:00 PM: Mahjong Group

Every Wednesday at 9:15 AM: Chant & Meditation

Every Thursday at 3:30 PM: Bowling League

CLICK HERE for details

One Simple Thing...

From your Seaside "Green Team"

take the following simple action

to help fight climate change:

Improve insulation on windows and doors

to reduce energy loss.

Mi Shebeirach
Prayer for Healing

Please contact our office to add names to the healing prayer list, to notify us of family members who have died, or to let us know about a celebration or milestone in your life that you want to share with the Seaside family.

Leave a message at (302) 226-8977 or email rabbi@seasidejewishcommunity.com

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Seaside is an independent, unaffiliated community

of approximately 400 families consisting

of approximately 600 individuals.

Our services are egalitarian.

OUR MISSION: Seaside Jewish Community supports and fosters Jewish identity by sponsoring religious, cultural, social and educational activities for its members. We welcome all people willing to support these principles in the spirit and joy of communal life. We are an open community -- welcoming people of all national origins and races -- young, old, gay, straight, married, single, firmly rooted Jewishly or new seekers. 

Our latest information can be found in our newsletter posted on our website.


We look forward to seeing you soon.


Seaside Jewish Community

18970 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 1472, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

Voicemail: (302) 226-8977