Welcome to the Congregation of Adath Yeshurun
Our 90-year-old Adath Yeshurun synagogue stands nestled amidst cedar, oak, and holly on the corner of Greenville and Barnwell. Among small town synagogues, ours is considered the longest observing synagogue in South Carolina. We boast a membership of about 70 households. We stay active in spite of membership fluctuations with the support of layleadership.
In our charming temple, our wonderfully diverse Reform Jewish congregation keeps the Jewish flame alive in this Southern community, reknown for its polo, golf, gardens, nature trails, and arts. Join us, and you’ll be delighted with stories of our past and enchanted with the reality of a beautiful, delightful, sophisticated town.
UPCOMING MARCH AND APRIL
03 – 6:30 p.m., Sisterhood Board Meeting
07 – 7:00 p.m., Shabbat Services
and Celebration of the
Life of Sophia Janus
11 – 7:00 p.m., Sisterhood General Meeting, Slate of Officers
12 – 7:00 p.m., Synagogue Board Meeting
16 – 11:00 a.m. Purim Party at the Synagogue
04 – 7:00 p.m., Shabbat Services with Oneg
09 – 8:00 a.m - 7:00 p.m., Sisterhood Bus Trip to the
Charlotte Mall, $41.50 per person
15 – Time TBA - 2nd Night Seder, sponsored by the Sisterhood
at Newberry Hall.
Call Della Hertzberg for reservations
22 – 6:30 p.m., Sisterhood General Meeting, Book Review,
"The Yellow Star"
URJ Books and Music is proud to release the ultimate anthology of the musical works of Debbie Friedman, z”l (1951 – 2011). Regarded as one of the most influential Jewish singer-songwriters in history, Debbie is known for her timeless Jewish folk music, filled with peaceful and universal messages, which have been adopted by Jewish congregations […]
By Sophie Foxman The concept of tikkun olam (repairing the world) was introduced into Judaism in the early rabbinic period. It was introduced to me — and has shaped my life in astonishing ways since then — when I entered NFTY. Growing up, I idealistically believed I could do anything and help everyone, a concept […]
Tonight at our Seder tables teeming with life, we pause with heavy hearts as we grieve with the families of those killed yesterday in the shootings that took place in a Jewish Community Center and a nearby Jewish senior living community in Overland Park, Kansas. The shooter, a former Ku Klux Klan leader filled with […]
by Rabbi Danny Burkeman Pesach is coming, and at s’darim across the Jewish community we will once again label four children as wise, wicked, simple, and the one who does not know how to ask. I have always struggled with this part of the seder for two reasons. All of my work with young people […]