Shabbat

We gather weekly to welcome Shabbat with the warmth of community and friends. We come together in prayer and song, and seek the peace of Shabbat that has sustained the Jewish people for centuries.

Our services blend traditional and modern customs, Hebrew and English. Our siddur (prayerbook) is transliterated, so that all can participate and understand what is happening. Sometimes we read or study Torah, sometimes we hear a story from our tradition, and sometimes listen to a message from our Rabbis. All are encouraged to participate and add your voice.

img_0114Children are welcome in services. Usually once a month children sing and help lead parts of the service. We also gather in community for delicious Shabbat dinners.

Please check the weekly Shofar and calendar for the schedule of upcoming Friday night, Shabbat morning, B’nai Mitzvah, and Tot Shabbat services.

Our lovely onegs after Friday night services are an opportunity to connect with other congregants and guests. Please help to make them happen.

We hope you will join us for meaningful, spiritually uplifting, and joyful Shabbat celebration.

After services on Friday evening, we gather at our “Oneg Shabbat,” sharing our joy and delight in welcoming the Sabbath with our friends over light refreshments. Please help make our Onegs even more joyful by signing up to help by bringing challah or food and by helping to set-up and clean-up.

Sign-up here.

All are welcome at 8:30 am or 10:30 a.m., check the calendar for details. more…

All are welcome to attend our 6:30 pm Summer Shabbat Services or our 7:00 pm Shabbat Services during  the year.

Join us for a Community Shabbat dinner followed by a family-friendly service for all ages with participation from Kindergarten, First and Second Grades. Kindergarten, First and Second Grade students will share a few songs. All ages are welcome for this family-friendly service. Dinner will include pizza, pastas and salad from Comella’s.