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Our approach to tefilla (prayer) is guided by tradition and based on the full participation of our members as service leaders and Torah readers. If you want to lead services or read Torah, just let us know, and we will be glad to make use of your talents or help you develop them. We are committed to offering Shabbat and holiday programs that engage children of all ages. Preschoolers can attend Tot Shabbat that combines storytelling, singing, and hands-on activities. You will see children of all ages in the sanctuary as families enjoy Shabbat and holidays together.


We begin Shabbat with a peaceful Kabbalat Shabbat (welcoming the Sabbath) service at 6:00 p.m. every Friday. The Shabbat morning service begins at 9:30 a.m. and has been carefully crafted to convey a wonderful sense of fellowship and community. Our services are traditional, with an air of informality and “haimishness." A Tot Shabbat is offered for children and their parents twice each month.

Following our Shabbat service each week, either the Congregation or a family celebrating a simcha sponsors a kiddush which is a weekly opportunity for the community to gather and get to know each other better.

Daily Minyan

A daily minyan in an intimate setting, organized by congregants, meets Sunday – Thursday at 7:30 p.m. for a half-hour Mincha and Ma’ariv service in the chapel. A shiva minyan may be held offsite and at a alter time in lieu of the regular daily service. (Winter Sunday Minyan meets at 5:00 p.m.) We encourage all of our congregants to attend in order to help make a minyan. Those who do find these few minutes to be an invaluable source of quiet calm and spiritual meaning in their busy days.

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