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UHC Membership Benefits

We are a warm, welcoming community, dedicated to lifelong learning, fostering families and building friendships.
By being a member of a congregation, you contribute to the backbone of Judaism throughout the world.

  • You help maintain Jewish community life and traditions. It's through synagogues that the traditions are kept alive.
  • You help maintain Jewish learning.
  • You help support the good works done by this congregation.

General benefits of membership include:

  • Enhance your Jewish life
  • Get involved in a Reform Jewish pluralistic, inclusive and egalitarian community
  • Share holidays, special occasions and life-cycle events with family & community
  • Provide yourself and your children with a strong Jewish identity
  • Grow spiritually and intellectually
  • Make lifelong friends
  • Gain support and comfort in times of difficulty or loss
  • Have the opportunity to help others
  • Develop community connections that form over time and offer support to you and your family
  • Support the State of Israel

Benefits and services available to you as well as programs you may choose to participate in as a member:

  • Religious School that provided your children with a Jewish peer group
  • Children can celebrate their Bar/Bat Mitzvah in a meaningful way
  • Children may serve as madrichim, giving them post-Religious School education and an ongoing Jewish peer group
  • Access to Jewish Teen Leadership retreats in Asia
  • Adult B'nei Mitzvah
  • The opportunity to get involved in UHC governance
  • Hospital and home visits from your rabbi
  • Rabbi available to officiate, lead, or participate in your life cycle events, including namings, bris, B'nei Mitzvah, weddings, renewal of vows, funerals
  • Community to join you in saying Kaddish for loved ones who have passed
  • High Holy Days Services (including Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Passover)
  • Monthly community Shabbat Services
  • Weekly minyan with the Rabbi
  • Torah learning and study
  • Weekly Lunch and Learn events hosted by various people with interesting and engaging stories to share
  • Entry to a range of diverse programs including educational, religious, cultural, social action and social justice (Tikkun Olam) and recreational programs.
  • Invitations to celebrations and memorials
  • Membership in PJ Library for families with children 8 years old and under
  • Access to rabbinic counselling and support
  • Regular updates from newsletter and e-news
  • Commemoration of Yahrzeits
  • Bereavement support
  • Opportunities for volunteering
  • Inter-religious events with other religious organizations in Singapore
  • Women's Group
  • Men's Group
  • Young Professional's Group
  • Empty Nester's Group
  • Baby Group
  • Introduction to Judaism classes
  • Hebrew classes
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