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Shabbat

Shabbat is a special time when all our guiding threads converge, whether in the synagogue or at home.    Our services are an occasion for being together, blending our voices, recognizing the blessings and supporting the strivings in one another's lives.

Our gatherings in the synagogue on Friday evening and Saturday morning include both formal and informal spiritual gatherings, as well as time together to bask in each other's company.  We believe that Shabbat is a special time at home and encourage people to weave Shabbat rituals into their homes, and  share hospitality as well.

Friday evening services are generally at 8:00 PM, but check the calendar because we often have special services at 7:00 PM.

Saturday morning services begin at 9:30 AM.  The Torah is taken out around 10:15 AM.

On many occasions, we have parallel services on Saturday mornings:

  • meditation
  • study of prayer
  • Nitznutzim  – Jewish parent conversation
  • more traditional service

 

Thursday, May 25 2017 29 Iyyar 5777