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An egalitarian home for your Jewish community.

Welcome to the Little Shul by the River!

Even with all the uncertainty brought on by COVID, here at Kehilat HaNahar we have remained a vibrant, warm and strong community over the past three+ years, davening, celebrating and learning together virtually and, when safe, in-person.

 

Our Hosen (Resilience) Committee has set safety guidelines and meets regularly to reassess, taking expert recommendations and input from community members.

 

For in-person, indoor activities, masking is optional but recommended. Seating for those who wish to maintain a social distance is available for both indoor and outdoor activities.

 

Many of our activities including services, Torah study and adult learning are also offered via Zoom.

  • Services are in-person (outdoors weather permitting or indoors if not) and on Zoom. 
  • Torah study (Thursdays) is in-person and on Zoom. For more information, contact Rabbi Diana at rabbidianamller@gmail.com.
  • Bagel U classes (adult education) are mostly via Zoom. For more information, contact Abraham Leibson at abraham.leibson@gmail.com. To view videos of recent classes and see what's coming up soon, click HERE.
  • Office hours are 12 -4 Mondays & Wednesdays, and 9-3 Fridays. Closed all other days in addition to Federal and Religious Holidays. Please contact office administrator Joe Lewin if you need anything at littleshul@kehilathanahar.org.

Welcome To Kehilat HaNahar!

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Worship

We aspire to have everyone engaged during the prayer service. Our services are filled with memorable melodies and insightful readings.

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Community

Our community and people are at the heart of who we are. KHN offers something for everyone: From education programs to social groups and more.

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Learn

KHN offers Inspiring learning opportunities for students of all ages, from our Shul School to engaging Adult Education programs.

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Giving To Kehilat HaNahar

As a membership organization, we rely on our donors’ generous support to engage our community through Jewish spirituality, culture, and learning.  DONATE HERE

Or you can leave a lasting legacy to KHN in your will through the Life & Legacy program

Upcoming Events

 

FridayFri, 8 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Kabbalat Shabbat

Friday, Mar 8th 7:00p to 9:00pShabbat evening service

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FridayFri, 15 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Kabbalat Shabbat

Friday, Mar 15th 7:00p to 9:00pShabbat evening service

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FridayFri, 22 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Kabbalat Shabbat

Friday, Mar 22nd 7:00p to 9:00pShabbat evening service

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FridayFri, 29 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Kabbalat Shabbat

Friday, Mar 29th 7:00p to 9:00pShabbat evening service

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FridayFri, 5 AprApril, 2024

 
 
Kabbalat Shabbat

Friday, Apr 5th 7:00p to 9:00pShabbat evening service

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FridayFri, 22 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Explore Judaica at Princeton University

Friday, Mar 22nd 1:30p to 3:00pDuring our guided tour of Princeton University's Department of Special Collections Firestone Library , three of the department’s librarians will give us a ‘Show and Tell’ of special objects and collections with Jewish content, either directly related to Judaism or related to the Jewish experience.

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SundaySun, 14 AprApril, 2024

 
 
Cook an Indian Passover Seder Meal

Sunday, Apr 14th 1:00p to 3:00pOn Zoom only, join Judith Daniels in cooking a simple Indian Jewish meal of rice pilaf, a curried salmon and a simple tomato/onion/cucumber salad: A meal that migrated from Bombay to America.

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SundaySun, 21 AprApril, 2024

 
 
Join the Popkin ladies for a meal in the style of Mrs. Maizel

Sunday, Apr 21st 11:00a to 12:00pThe Popkin ladies (Amy, Emma, Sharen, Lily Arnell) give a Communal Meal in the style of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Travel to 1950s Manhattan and enjoy what you might eat if your were to join the maisel Family for a Jewish Festival Banquet. This event is at KHN (and on Zoom) is open to all congregants, Shul School Students and Shul School Parents.

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SundaySun, 28 AprApril, 2024

 
 
The Amazing Story of Curt Bloch

Sunday, Apr 28th 11:00a to 12:00pKHN Abraham Leibson will tell us about Curt Bloch, a German Jew who was hidden from the Nazis in a tiny crawl space below the attic rafters of a modest Dutch home. He was sustained by both food and the materials he needed to make 95 single copy editions of a satirical, highly creative magazine series called, The Underwater Cabaret just now drawing attention.

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ThursdayThu, 21 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Arts Beit Midrash

Thursday, Mar 21st 6:15p to 8:15pSteph is a Creative Facilitator of the Jewish Studio Process and will be teaching it as a spiritual practice, or tool. It brings together text study and creative practice to unearth levels of understanding that aren’t accessible just by thinking through something, and it can be used to explore questions about Jewish texts and wisdom or personal questions about ourselves and our own lives.

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FridayFri, 22 MarMarch, 2024

 
 
Explore Judaica at Princeton University

Friday, Mar 22nd 1:30p to 3:00pDuring our guided tour of Princeton University's Department of Special Collections Firestone Library , three of the department’s librarians will give us a ‘Show and Tell’ of special objects and collections with Jewish content, either directly related to Judaism or related to the Jewish experience.

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ThursdayThu, 18 AprApril, 2024

 
 
Arts Beit Midrash

Thursday, Apr 18th 6:15p to 8:15pSteph is a Creative Facilitator of the Jewish Studio Process and will be teaching it as a spiritual practice, or tool. It brings together text study and creative practice to unearth levels of understanding that aren’t accessible just by thinking through something, and it can be used to explore questions about Jewish texts and wisdom or personal questions about ourselves and our own lives.

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ThursdayThu, 9 MayMay, 2024

 
 
Arts Beit Midrash

Thursday, May 9th 6:15p to 8:15pSteph is a Creative Facilitator of the Jewish Studio Process and will be teaching it as a spiritual practice, or tool. It brings together text study and creative practice to unearth levels of understanding that aren’t accessible just by thinking through something, and it can be used to explore questions about Jewish texts and wisdom or personal questions about ourselves and our own lives.

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ThursdayThu, 20 JunJune, 2024

 
 
Arts Beit Midrash

Thursday, Jun 20th 6:15p to 8:15pSteph is a Creative Facilitator of the Jewish Studio Process and will be teaching it as a spiritual practice, or tool. It brings together text study and creative practice to unearth levels of understanding that aren’t accessible just by thinking through something, and it can be used to explore questions about Jewish texts and wisdom or personal questions about ourselves and our own lives.

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