2014 High Holiday Information

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Worship Services

Weekday Minyan

This lay-led minyan was established by congregants wishing to say Kaddish within our community, and is open to all.. The service takes place in our Mishkan (chapel) on Wednesday mornings at 6:30 a.m.

Erev Shabbat

This Friday evening service is led by the Rabbi and Cantor using the Mishkan Tefillah Siddur. The service begins at 7:30 p.m. The Cantor may teach the congregation a new song, a familiar text with a new melody, or lead us in old favorites. The weekly Torah portion is read, and the Rabbi offers a D'var Torah. During the year we invite special speakers to join us. We also celebrate life-cycle events such as baby naming and auf ruf. At the conclusion of the service the entire congregation joins together for an Oneg.

Kabbalat Shabbat

Welcome Shabbat with this monthly, informal, early evening participatory service, led by our clergy in our Mishkan (chapel). This casual (attire)

one-hour service begins with an early oneg at 5:30 p.m., followed by a

6:00 p.m. service, providing an opportunity to return home and enjoy a lovely Shabbat dinner with family or friends afterwards.

Family Shabbat

This one-hour Friday night musical service begins at 7:00 p.m. and is directed toward families with elementary school age children.  It includes music (both guitar and singing), a story, and blessings for children celebrating birthdays during the month. Family participation is welcomed and encouraged.

Shabbat Morning

This traditional service 10:00 a.m. Shabbat morning is held in our Sanctuary and led by our Rabbi, Cantor and an accompanist. It is customary for our congregation to celebrate B’nai Mitzvah at this service, and most of the service honors are offered to the family of our celebrants. Everyone is warmly welcomed both to attend the service and to enjoy the Kiddush which follows the service.

Casual Shabbat Morning Service

A 9:30 a.m. Shabbat morning, lay-led, participatory service held in our Mishkan (chapel). The one-hour service is informal and open to young and old alike. After worship, many participants remain for a lively discussion about the Torah portion over a bagel and coffee.

Shabbat Yeladim (Tot Shabbat)

An enjoyable introduction to temple for children ages 7 and younger. Older siblings are welcome to attend and participate with their families. This monthly program takes place the first Friday of the month. The evening begins with a complimentary pizza and pasta dinner at 5:30 p.m. At 6:00 p.m. we gather for an age appropriate worship experience which includes singing, a story and an introduction to basic prayers.  The evening concludes with a craft project and Oneg where young families can meet and mingle, and still get their children home for 7:30 p.m. bedtimes.