Shabbat Offerings

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Join Us for Shabbat Services

Friday

5:30pm Pre-neg
6:00-7:30pm Kabbalat Shabbat
Friday Night Services in the Girsh-Hochman Sanctuary

Saturday

9:00-10:00 Torah Study
10:30-12:30 Morning Services
Followed by Kiddush Lunch

View our services online through our Live Video Stream

Pre-neg: Wine, cheese and crackers before services

Every Friday evening , half an hour before services begin

Need a little help shifting out of your “Work Week Mind” into your “Shabbos Mind?” Worried that you might get hungry before the end of services at 7:30? Come be part of the “early crowd” for a little meet, munch and greet before services.

Kabbalat Shabbat Friday Night Services

6:00 p.m.

Our largest regular community gathering: 75 minutes of spirited and spiritual song, meditation, prayer, learning, and re-connecting to friends, tradition, community, God and self. Stay afterwards for our Oneg Shabbat of savory and sweet foods to eat while you make new friends and connect with the old. We use a new prayerbook created by our congregation’s clergy team.

From September thru June, the 1st Friday of each month will include our Adult Choir  while the 3rd Friday of each month will include our Temple Band. From mid-June through August, our services are held in our beautiful Abrahams Outdoor Chapel located in the back of our property behind the preschool building.

Torah Study with Rabbi Cohen

Every Saturday morning, 9:00-10:20 a.m.

A lively and eye-opening exploration into the Torah portion of the week, led by Rabbi Steve Cohen and open to everyone.

Shabbat Morning Services

Every Saturday morning 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m.

Our Shabbat morning service is a unique hybrid of traditional and liberal Jewish prayer. This service feels like the kind of service you might find in a Conservative synagogue, only significantly shorter and with transliteration and explanation to make everything accessible to newcomers. On approximately twenty weeks of the year we welcome a young person into the adult Jewish community and celebrate with the family and friends of the Bar or Bat Mitzvah. On all other weeks, this service is peopled by our Shabbat morning minyan “regulars.”