Shabbat

Shabbat_PhotoAll of our Shabbat prayer services are open to the public, and we welcome you! Shabbat Services take place every Friday at 7:30 PM and every Saturday morning at 10 AM. Our services are welcoming but respectful of tradition, inclusive, and creative. We have a wide variety of musical styles at different services, including guitar and choir.

Tot Shabbat takes place on the first Friday of the month from 6:00 - 6:30 pm and is geared toward pre-school children. We sing, parade with Torahs around the sanctuary, and hear a story.

Our Shabbat Potluck Supper takes place also on the first Friday of the month at 6:30 - 7:30 PM. People mingle at the dinner, make connections with one another, and build community.

Shabbat B'Simcha follows the pot luck supper for older kids and their families. This fun Friday night service is geared toward school-aged children. It is limited to an hour with lively music, multiple instruments, and birthday and anniversary blessings. Shabbat B'Simcha takes place 7:30 - 8:30 pm.

Shabbat-in-the-Round takes place on Shabbat mornings when there is no Bar or Bat Mitzvah. This intimate learners' service involves everyone and encourages people to ask questions as we pray.

NEW! Shabbat Guide - find new ways to celebrate Shabbat with this special Shabbat Guide.

Shabbat Home Service Guide Shabbat Dinner -- the most important Jewish spiritual discipline. A few minutes on every Friday night can change your life. Want to say the Shabbat blessings at Friday night dinner? Click here to download the free Shabbat at Home Guide.

 

 

 

Torah Study

Shabbat_Table_2On Shabbat morning, we gather to read the Torah from beginning to end. Rather than read the portion of the week, we are currently going through the Torah slowly, verse by verse. During the summer months, however, we choose a different book from later in the Hebrew Bible as an object of special study.

All are welcome -- novices with no Jewish knowledge and experts alike. We meet at 8:30 a.m. Bagels & coffee are available.

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