MOUNTAIN SYNAGOGUE, INC.
216 Roller Mill Road
Franklin, NC 28734
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 504, Franklin, NC 28744
(Click above email address)
ABOUT OUR CONGREGATION
Mountain Synagogue, Inc. is a vibrant and active congregation that offers a religious, social and educational framework for the local Jewish community, for both our permanent area residents and part-time visitors. Founded over 40 years ago, the Synagogue was established on the ideals of giving everyone a chance to learn, grow, and socialize, via Jewish traditions. Our dues are extremely reasonable and we need your support. Contact us today and find out how you can be a part of our welcoming community.
You are invited to Friday Night Zoom Services on November 13th and December 11th at 7:30PM.
Meeting ID: 810 3789 345
If you purchase through AMAZON, go to: "smile.amazon.com" to sign in instead of just "amazon.com", and select Mountain Synagogue to be your charity of choice. We will then automatically receive 1/2% of the cost of your purchases paid to us by AMAZON as their charitable contribution. You only have to select us once! Every little bit helps and there is no additional cost to you. We appreciate your continuing efforts to help support us.
Our 40th Year celebration
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE AREA
Community Activities for All
Our new High Holiday Mahzor's have arrived!
For those who would like to purchase the new book by mail, the cost is $40 per book plus $5.00 postage. Make check payable to Mountain Synagogue and include the number of books and your mailing address.
Send to: PO BOX 504, Franklin, NC 28744
ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE!
Our members come from all walks of life, many are permanent North Carolina residents, while others join us on a part time basis from all over Florida, Georgia and the surrounding areas.
HIGH HOLIDAY SHOFAR
Mountain Synagogue President Joel Edelson sounding the Shofar during our High Holiday Virtual Services.
It was a moving and memorable experience to listen to Joel, and it was emblematic of the Holidays.
Thanks to Kathy Zoss, Phyllis Cardozza and Greg Watson for leading the services, together with all those other who were kind enough to help.