Kehilat Yonatan is an independent Reform congregation in Hod Hasharon, an expanding residential town some 15 kms. north of Tel Aviv.
Established in 2001 as a registered charitable organization, our congregation is named in memory of Yonatan Boyden z"l
who served in an elite parachute regiment and was killed in 1993 while on active service in southern Lebanon.Read more
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Rabbi Michael Boyden was born in London, England and is a graduate in Hebrew Literature from London University. He was ordained by the Leo Baeck College in London and served as the rabbi of Cheshire Reform Congregation near Manchester before making aliyah with his wife and two children in 1985. … [Read More...]
Progressive Judaism has taken root in Israel and is attracting large numbers of Israelis seeking ways to connect to their Jewish religious and cultural heritage. Our Project plans to capitalize on this deeply felt need and draw otherwise unaffiliated Jews into the community. City hall has granted Kehilat Yonatan nearly 20,000 sq.ft. of public land with a market value of over … [Read More...]
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