Worship has always been a way to communicate with the divine. For some, this comes through the words of our tradition or in the music which accompanies our services; for others, this comes through participating in the singing of our liturgy or in the silent moments in our sanctuary. Further, the Torah reading and study which take place as a part of the worship experience can heighten our understanding of our tradition as well as our spirituality.
Our worship services include a balance of all of these important elements. They have the special ability to raise the spirit, inspire thoughtfulness and reconnect one with the best elements of the community, tradition and God.
We invite you to come and lend your spirit and voice to ours. Come pray with us!