rabbiTorahPrayer is a language that each of us speaks and hears in a different way. When we pray together, we try to find meaning within the chorus of diverse voices.

Our services are fully egalitarian (men and women participate equally). We seek a healthy balance between the traditional and the creative. Services are conducted in Hebrew and English, using both traditional and contemporary melodies. Our members have a Reform background, but those with conservative backgrounds, members who are Jewish-by-choice and multi-faith famillies also attend and are welcomed. Our congregation offers several forms of Shabbat worship, in recognition of the varied histories, demographics and preferences of our members.

Shabbat Services

We hold traditional worship services, led by our Rabbi and accompanied by piano and our Cantorial Soloist, three Friday nights per month at 7:30 pm (from September-May), and on Saturday mornings at 10:00 am whenever there is a Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

Children Services / Folk Services 

The first Friday evening of every month we hold our popular Folk Service, with guitar and other instrumental music, lots of singing, and modern, accessible melodies. These services are held at 5:30 pm during the months of September-May.

One Friday a month, during the school year, we hold a "Family Tot Shabbat" at 5:30 pm. This is a short children's service followed by a Shabbat dinner, for our youngest members and their families.

Note: During June, July & August  ALL Friday night services start at 6pm

Friday Night Worship

Traditional Worship Fridays (September to May) 7:30 PM
Folk Service First Friday of the month
(September to May)
5:30 PM
Summer Shabbat Services

(June, July and August)

6:00 PM
Tot Shabbat (up to age 5)

One Saturday/month
(please see Calendar) 

9:30 AM

 Youth Servicde (ages 6-12)

 One Friday/month

(please see Calendar)

 5:30 PM

Saturday Morning Worship

Shabbat Morning Service Saturdays --
if Bar/Bat Mitzvah is scheduled
10:00 AM
Saturday Torah Study   9:00 AM

Shabbat Blessings and Hebrew Text: from URJ.org