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It is our custom that all people, regardless of age, religion or gender, cover their heads (by kippah, hat or other appropriate covering) while engaged in study or prayer. Head covering is encouraged while anywhere on our campus.

Friday Evening Kabbalat Shabbat (lay-led) 8:00PM
Shabbat Mishpaha (monthly, usually 1st Friday) 6:30PM
Saturday Morning Shabbat Service 
  • 9:30AM Shaharit 
  • 10:15AM Torah Service
  • 11:30AM Musaf 
Sunday Morning Minyan (lay-led) 9:00AM
Wednesday Evening Minyan (lay-led) 7:00PM

Friday Evening Kabbalat Shabbat Service
This traditional Kabbalat Shabbat (welcoming the Sabbath) service takes place every Friday night at 8PM and concludes at approximately 8:45PM.  The service is conducted almost exclusively in Hebrew; however, there are transliterated siddurim (prayerbooks) available.  It is lay-led by very capable and talented congregants. The service is followed by a festive Oneg Shabbat (dessert).

Friday Evening Shabbat Mishpahah Service
Craving some music help to get you in the mood for Shabbat? Join us for a musical service, designed to bring together our intergenerational community as we welcome Shabbat. This service, led by Rabbi Jenny, Rabbi Eric, and Josh, is appropriate for folks of all ages, whether you've been to a service before or if it's your first. The service always includes the recitation of the Mourner's Kaddish (prayer in honor of the deceased). We begin with a heavy nosh at 6:00PM, followed by services at 6:30PM.  Dates for 2018-2019: Nov 2, Dec 7, Jan 4, Feb 1, Mar 1, Apr 5, May 3, Jun 7

Saturday Morning Shabbat Service 
This participatory service takes place in the main sanctuary, lasts from approximately 9:30-11:45AM, and is regularly led by Rabbi Eric Solomon. The most creative part of the prayer service takes place during shaharit (morning service) from approximately 9:30-10:15AM when Rabbi Eric Solomon and Rabbi Jenny Solomon lead the congregation in meditative Hebrew chanting and meditation. The second part of the service, the Torah service, takes place from approximately 10:15-11:30AM and includes the Torah reading, the Haftarah (prophetic reading), and an active discussion of the weekly Torah portion. The final section (Musaf), lasting from approximately 11:30-11:45AM, includes an opportunity for children to ascend the bimah (raised platform) and lead a portion of the service.  The service concludes with the Mourner's Kaddish and a closing song. After the service, the entire congregation is invited into the social hall for a Kiddush luncheon.

Sunday Morning Minyan
This traditional shaharit (morning service) begins at 9AM and generally concludes at approximately 9:40AM.  The service is conducted almost exclusively in Hebrew; however, there are transliterated siddurim (prayerbooks) available. Lay leaders usually lead the minyan except when there is a special occasion such as Rosh Hodesh (new Hebrew month) or a holiday. It is customary for adult Jews to wear a tallit (prayer shawl) for this service. Many people also wear tefillin (leather boxes containing holy scripture). There are additional sets of "loaner" tefillin available upon request.

Wednesday Evening Minyan
This traditional evening service takes place at 7PM and concludes at approximately 7:20PM.  The prayer service is conducted almost exclusively in Hebrew; however, there are transliterated siddurim (prayerbooks) available. Lay leaders usually lead the service except when there is a special occasion such as a festival. 

Sat, December 7 2019 9 Kislev 5780