Today is January 20, 2020 -
Our Clergy and Ritual leadership are continually seeking to enhance the spiritual life of our members through our Shabbat worship.
Friday evening Erev Shabbat Worship takes place each Friday at 7:30 pm with the exception of our monthly Family Shabbat, our annual Outdoor Service at Horseshoe Lake Park, which take place at 6:15 pm and an occasional Kabbalat Shabbat.
Our Family Shabbat is held on the second Friday evening of every month at 6:45 pm. It is generally led by one of our Religious School classes and enhanced with the voices of Kol Shalom, our junior choir.
Other Friday evenings feature Shabbat evening worship that offer meaning, inspiration and variety. Our traditional Erev Shabbat Services are led by Rabbi Serebro-Litvak. We worship from Mishkan Tefilah, the siddur (prayer book) of the Reform movement.
Throughout the year we also offer a variety of special event Shabbatot. Please see the Temple Calendar for specific dates of special events.
Musical Shabbatot have included Acapella Shabbat with Six13, Shabbat Sepharad with Gerard Edery, Rock Shabbat with Rick Recht, Pop Shabbat and a Shabbat dedicated to the music of Noah Aronson.
Guest Speakers and Scholars in Residence such as Rabbi Jeff Salkin, Leibel Fein z”l, Ethan Felson, Rabbi Rex Perlmeter and Rabbi Doug Kohn have brought the inspiring words to our Sanctuary.
Affiliate Shabbatot such as Brotherhood Shabbat, Sisterhood Shabbat, TSHY Shabbat, Renaissance Shabbat and creative services on social justice and educational themes also add to our Shabbat worship.
Saturday Morning Shabbat Services will be held to celebrate a Simcha.