Friday, Feb 17 –  7:30pm
Join us for our Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv services at 7:30pm. Location: Indigo Valley Community Center, 2685 South Rainbow Blvd, Suite 108, Las Vegas, NV 89146.

Shabbat Dinner. And all are welcome at Shabbat dinner on Friday at Paymons 8380 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89117. Meet at 6:00pm. Come schmooze and meet new and old friends! Individual checks are provided. We’ll need to know by the end of the day Thursday who’s coming. RSVP to   or call 702-436-4900. Map Here.
Saturday, Feb 18 – 7:30pm – BYON and Torah Study 

Enjoy engaging study with Rabbi Pam Frydman. We’ll meet from
9:30am-11:30am for Torah study. Indigo Valley Community Center, 2685 South
Rainbow Blvd, Suite 108, Las Vegas, NV 89146. Map Here.

RSVP is required at (702) 436-4900 or simply email Please feel free to BYON (bring our own nosh). If you want to bring a little vegan nibble or dairy nosh to share, who are we to say no!?
Do bring friends and family to Shabbat Services and Torah Study. We welcome all.

Congregation P’nai Tikvah 

Warm and welcoming, Congregation P’nai Tikvah is the face of hope, educating, inspiring, encouraging, and elevating one another along our spiritual journey. Reaching out with open hearts and open doors, we reflect the growing diversity of the Jewish family, embracing all those who desire to connect or reconnect with a progressive Jewish community that provides a joyful and inspiring place to nourish mind, body, and soul with meaningful prayer, learning, and social action programs.

“Whatever the faiths you have known or the flags of your heritage, you are welcome here.Whatever the circumstances of your life and whomever you love, you are welcome here.Whether you ran in here today on little feet, or ambled, or strolled, or rolled in, you are welcome here.Whether you lean to the right or to the left, or like it somewhere in the middle; whether you are
a believer or a questioner, or a questioning believer, you are welcome to this makom shalom, this place of peace, joy, and hope, Congregation P’nai Tikvah…”

(Based on a greeting used by Rev. Kevin Tarsa, shared by Rabbi Chava Bahle, and further refined by Rabbi Yocheved Mintz)