What is Hazak?
Hazak is an organization founded in 2002 by United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism in recognition that the most rapidly growing demographic group in the Jewish community are the 55 and older “Baby Boomers”. Hazak provides opportunities to connect with the congregation, to enrich our personal and congregational lives, to strengthen our congregation, to be a voice for seniors in our shul and, most important, to have fun.
Programs held by Hazak:
- Pray and Stay: a Friday night service held in the Chapel with a speaker and a special Oneg following the service.
- Brunch in the Sukkah
- Torah Study
- 1st Monday of the month “Dinner Out”
- Museum Tours
- Winery Tours
- 4th of July attendance at the Round Rock Express Baseball Games
- Participation in the annual community wide Kosher Chili Cookoff
Annual dues are paid in August and are $19 per person. Please pay with your yearly synagogue dues or click here to fill out an online form.
Any questions please call Merriessa Anton, 512-517-7448 or firstname.lastname@example.org.