Am Echad, located in San Jose, California, in the heart
of Silicon Valley, is a warm, inviting and vibrant
Orthodox shul. Under the guidance of Rav Menachem
Levine, we welcome all to visit, daven, and learn with
us. We have both Ashkenazi and Sephardi members from
all around the world, as well as throughout the US,
and from many walks of life. Visitors often comment
on how down-to-earth the synagogue is, while at the
same time adhering to the values of traditional Orthodox
We are a Jewish community that prides itself on its outstanding
hospitality and has the privilege of hosting many business
travelers and tourists from all over the world. We'll
be happy to arrange Shabbos meals and/or accommodations
Please either call 408. 267.2591, or
| REAL ESTATE
- For the list of Apartments & Housing for rent near Congregation Am Echad click here
- Click here
to see all the properties for sale within 1 mile of Am Echad.
If you are interested in any of these properties, or for any other real
estate needs, please contact Yaffa Borison at 650. 303.9569 or
For the candlelighting time and other up-to-date information please see
the weekly bulletin .
Traditional services are held at Am Echad on both days of Rosh HaShanah
with an emphasis on the message of the day and the opportunity it offers to us.
Please see the schedule and more details
Experience Yom Kippur - a day of reflection, self-improvement and real change.
For the schedule and more details please see
There will be a drosha between mincha and maariv on Wednesday night by Rav Levine and on Thursday night by Rabbi Shaye Guttenberg, Executive Director of SPHDS.
Rabbi Gavriel Rudin, Educator at the JSN will be giving a class for beginners concurrent with the Torah Reading on both days of Rosh Hashana.
To sign up for a Kiddush or Shalosh Seudos please
. (You can check availability here).
| DAVENING TIMES
| Wednesday (Erev Rosh Hashana) |
| *ERUV TAVSHILIN*|
| Thursday (Rosh Hashana Day 1) |
| Friday (Rosh Hashana Day 2) |
| Shabbos |
| Next Week |
| Sunday (Tzom Gedaliah)|
|Fast starts: 5:48am|
|Fast ends: 7:34pm|
| Friday (Erev Yom Kippur)|
|Mincha: 3:30pm or 6pm|