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Shabbat worship is the highlight of our week, where music lifts our souls, meditative moments bring us closer to our holy selves and relationships deepen. We come together every Friday night at 6:15 p.m. and every Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. Tot Shabbat, Sababa, Grades 3-6 Shabbat, Atid Late Night Shabbat and Union Prayer Book services are expressions of Shabbat held periodically with a focus on specific communities. An Oneg Shabbat is held every Friday before and after the service, and a Shabbat Nosh lunch is held on the first Saturday of every month. Find schedules online on the homepage of this website and in weekly communications to the congregation. Register in advance for weekly Shabbat services. 

If you are a guest at a bar or bat mitzvah ceremony, we warmly welcome you on this special, joyous day for both the family and the larger Jewish community. The ceremony symbolizes the coming of age of a Jewish child, and celebrates a deep commitment to Judaism through study, practice and tikkun olam, or making the world a better place. The student you are honoring today, and who is leading you in prayer and study, has carefully prepared for this day with a journey of learning and experience of Torah, Hebrew and the history and traditions of Judaism. Click here for the prayerbook for morning service. Click here for the prayerbook for afternoon service. 

Our congregational services are warm, musical and energetic, just like your family! We believe in the power of prayer to bring generations together, and are continually creating opportunities to engage our youngest members of the community. Look for books and toys to help keep youngsters occupied throughout the service. Do your children need to move? No problem! It's ok to dance and sing along with the congregation in expressions of our beautiful liturgy. At the end of the service, children up to bar/bat mitzvah age are invited to the bimah to help our clergy lead the kiddush and motzi. 

A short, intimate daily service is held at 8:15 a.m. Sunday-Fridays. The service includes singing, reading in English and Hebrew, prayers for healing, and the opportunity for a community to support those in mourning with the recitation of the Kaddish. 

Join Daily Minyan with Zoom  | Dial-in by Phone: 346.248.7799 and enter Meeting ID: 986-3471-7472 and then press #

Click here for details on upcoming festival celebrations.