Our Community

There are many ways to be a part of our wonderful P’nai Tikvah family and meet new friends!


Kehillah is more than a gathering of people, translated as community or congregation, it reflects our obligations to each other and the entire Jewish community.


Congregation P’nai Tikvah Rosh Chodesh A New Moon for All experience meets at a different member’s house monthly, on the Sunday or weekday nearest the beginning of the new month on the Hebrew calendar. Joining together for prayer, song, fun, food, and friendship, the group is open to all women members of the congregation.

Rosh Chodesh celebrations are led by our members and guest facilitators. Social and educational, past activities have included crafts projects, cooking projects, movement sessions and discussion of holidays, books, and Jewish themes. Highlights of the previous years have been an annual summer retreat at a member’s cabin in the mountains of Southern Utah. We spend a weekend there enjoying good company, wonderful food and spiritual growth in beautiful natural surroundings.


For more information on how you can participate in this special community, please email info@pnaitikvahlv.org or call 702-436-4900.


*Your talents are welcome! For more information on how you can participate online virtually creating these special community prayers, please email info@pnaitikvahlv.org and we will add you to the committee.

Community Prayer

Avinu Malkenu

Avinu Malkenu,
There are things we have done,
and things we have left undone
where we have missed the mark.

Please forgive us for our complacency
as we watch our planet and its inhabitants 
suffer through drought, floods, fires,
and stifling heat;
as we witness people in need
Including fleeing refugees;
as we hear in our country

ugly vitriol between opposing
points of view.

Help us as individuals
and as a community
to work for the better,
and not just wring our hands.
Please forgive us.

This pandemic has made us even more appreciative of our family,
friends and community.
We take nothing for granted.

We ask our brothers and sisters 
how we can make amends. 
We are willing to speak,
to act,
to return,
to make teshuvah.
Help us to forgive those
who have wronged us.
Let us be gracious and
understanding, just as
You, our Wellspring
are with us.

We are grateful to gather
in person and on zoom
as we pray the familiar prayers
and the melodies stir our souls.

Avinu Malkenu,
may we be sealed for a good year.


Avinu Malkenu - Prayer for Yom Kippur


Join our beautiful High Holiday singers as they enhance our services for all!


*Your talents are welcome! For more information on how you can participate in this special community, please email info@pnaitikvahlv.org or Call 702-436-4900.

Men’s Group

A P’nai Tikvah Men’s Group is forming.


The plan for a P’nai Tikvah Men’s Group is to provide opportunities to socialize and have fun in casual settings with other Jewish men in our community.  Events like movie nights, attending sporting events, dinners, luncheons, poker tournaments and outings are a way to create a group of men who not only are looking to share fun events with other Jewish men but can also provide support for our growing congregation.

There is no plan for needless boring meetings and work assignments; just collegial fun that gives men in our community the chance to get to know each other on a purely social basis.


If you are interested in helping to create the direction of this new group or just want to participate in events on an occasional basis, just send a brief note to:

Email Here, or Call 702-436-4900