Joe Rosenstein

Congregations Adopting Machzor Eit Ratzon

Because of their various features, Siddur Eit Ratzon and Machzor Eit Ratzon are very well suited for a congregation with a lot of diversity in background, perspectives, and practices. 

The following thirty-five congregations have adopted Machzor Eit Ratzon:

  • *American University Hillel, Washington DC
  • *B’nai Tikvah Congregation, Sewell NJ
  • *Bolton Street Synagogue, Baltimore MD
  • *Clifton Jewish Center, Clifton NJ, Rabbi Robert Mark
  • Congregation Ansha Sholum, Lawrence MA
  • *Congregation Beth Abraham, Buffalo NY
  • Congregation Beth Israel, Bloomsburg PA
  • *Congregation Beth Torah, Wethersfield CT
  • *Congregation Etz Chaim, Biddeford ME
  • *Congregation Ohr Shalom – Summit Jewish Community Center, Summit NJ, Rabbi Avi Friedman
  • East Bank Havurah, Baltimore MD
  • Fabrengen Circle, Washington DC
  • *Havayah, Cincinatti OH
  • Highland Park Minyan, Highland Park NJ
  • Jewish Adoption and Family Care Options (JAFCO), Sunshine FL
  • *Mishkan Chicago, Chicago IL
  • *92nd Street Y, New York NY
  • Orcas Havurah, Orcas Island WA
  • *Romemu, Brooklyn NY, Rabbi David Ingber
  • *Romemu, New York, NY, Rabbi David Ingber
  • *Shirat HaNefesh, Silver Spring MD
  • *Sixth and I Synagogue, Washington DC, Rabbi Shira Stutman
  • *Temple B’nai Israel, Petaluma CA
  • *Temple B’Nai Israel, Revere MA
  • *Temple Emanuel, Virginia Beach VA
  • Temple Emmanuel, Wakefield MA
  • *Temple Israel, Valdosta GA
  • *Temple Or Olam, Concord NC
  • *Temple Shalom, Colorado Springs CO
  • Temple Sholom, Eau Claire WI
  • University of Delaware Hillel, Newark DE
  • University of Hartford Hillel, West Hartford CT
  • University of Virginia Hillel, Charlottesville VA
  • Wake Forest Hillel, Winston Salem NC
  • Washington and Lee University Hillel, Lexington VA

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