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After bidding farewell to our old building at 2200 Broadway on Oct. 14, 2017, we now begin a period of transition while we await the move to 751 San Juan Boulevard. Here is where we will be in the interim:
Shabbat services will be held on Friday nights at the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship (BUF) at 1207 Ellsworth St. Saturday services are on hold until we move to the new building.
Administrative Office & Rabbi's Study are now at the Gateway Centre, 1313 E. Maple St.; however, we will continue to use 2200 Broadway as our mailing address. Our phone number is unchanged.
Torah Study will meet at the usual time on Saturdays at either the Downtown or Cordata Food Co-op community rooms.  Watch the enews each week for the location.
Kesher Classes will continue to be at the Bellingham Family Partnership Program (former Larrabee Elementary School) on the Southside.
Check our Google calendar for updates to service and event locations.
Click here to read a letter from President Steven Garfinkle and Rabbi Samuels about these transitional locations and other important information.
 

What is Reform?

What is Reform Judaism?
Throughout history, Jews have remained firmly rooted in Jewish tradition, even as we learned much from our encounters with other cultures. Nevertheless, since its earliest days, Reform Judaism has asserted that a Judaism frozen in time is an heirloom, not a living fountain.

Resolutions
The positions of the Reform Movement are based primarily in two sources: Resolutions adopted by the Union for Reform Judaism, and resolutions adopted by the Central Conference of American Rabbis.