With its Torah service, life cycle events, special prayers and full liturgy, the Shabbat morning service is where it all happens in the synagogue. The Saturday morning experience is all about the community. That is why we read the Torah: so that all can hear. That is why we celebrate baby namings and b'nei mitvah: so that all can celebrate. That is why we most fully celebrate holidays and special times of year: so that all can participate in these unique rituals. For all these reasons, and more, the Shabbat morning service has been the highlight of the Jewish week.
Our services begin at 10:30 a.m. each Shabbat and include a Torah reading, D'var Torah (explanative sermonette on the Torah reading) and additional life cycle events such as baby namings, b'nei mitzvah and special blessings for unique occasions. Please come and join us.
Saturday, April 5, 12:30 p.m.
"My Promised Land" by Ari Shavit, Book Discussion Led by Rabbi Weiner
Bring your own lunch, coffee will be served
OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY