To me, MHJC is where my family and I were welcomed with open arms from the very first day we walked through the doors.
It’s where people are always happy to see us and have been there for us in good times and hard times.
It’s where we have had the opportunity to get involved, to learn, and to grow spiritually.
It’s where Rabbi Neil, Ruth Kravit, exceptional teachers and staff continuously foster a love for Judaism and community for my kids.
It’s where we have made lifelong friends.
To me, MHJC is where we belong.