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"The gates of prayer are never closed."
  Deuteronomy (Devarim) R.


  Shir Shabbat, 7:30 p.m.

  Our extra-musical service, which emphasizes melody over the spoken word, includes instruments that    will enhance and invigorate the musical experience. ‚Äč  Familiar and new melodies offer a new take on our        liturgy and aim to create an enriching Shabbat experience.

 Chavurah Service, 7:30 p.m.

  In the intimate setting of our Chavurah services we celebrate community        and strengthen connections. Guided each month by Merri Lovinger Arian          (Professor of Practice in Liturgical Arts and Music Education at HUC-JIR) in    collaboration with a volunteer lay leaders, our Chavurah services are warm,    welcoming, and spiritually uplifting.  Our service leaders carefully craft a prayer experience that intertwines text and music to engage the heart, the mind and the soul of everyone who attends.  

If you are interested in leading this worship opportunity, please contact 
Gerry Cohen.

  Tot Shabbat, 5:00 p.m.

  Join Rabbi Brown, Cantor Becker, Jody Glassman and/or Ally Glassman for songs, blessings
  and Shabbat fun!

  This service helps us all experience the joy of bringing in Shabbat with songs & blessings. We'll also hear    a story about Shabbat or the theme of the month.  If you need the Zoom link, please email Jody   Glassman.

  4:00 - 5:00 p.m. - Playground 
  5:00 p.m. - Tot Shabbat Service
  5:30 p.m. - Pizza and Dessert



Introducing... Shabbatarama, 6:15 p.m.

Shabbatarama is the new name for our upbeat, intergenerational Shabbat service. It begins at 6:15 PM and lasts about one hour.. Often, certain grades in our Religious School will help lead the service with our Kef (Fun!) Choir and almost always, our Chai Notes (volunteer instrumentalists) will add their talents to the worship.  A dinner may precede or follow the service as well (Check your calendars). Families should feel extra welcome but so should anyone of any age who wants to celebrate Shabbat in prayer and song with our community. 

Pesach Baboker

Join Rabbi Brown and Cantor Becker for this special Shabbat morning worship and study on the first day of Passover. Nourish your spirit with the peace and inspiration of Shabbat and Pesach morning.

Chai Notes, 6:15 p.m.
Chai Notes is our Volunteer Musical Ensemble.

An early and abbreviated service with a more informal atmosphere. Families are encouraged to participate in this unique opportunity for our generations to mingle together. The Chai Notes, our adult volunteer ensemble, add their wonderful talents to our service.


Wed, June 12 2024 6 Sivan 5784