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Friday Night

We conduct several types of Shabbat worship throughout the year. From traditional Friday night services to ones focused on music, a holiday, or a particular group, there's sure to be an offering that's right for you.

Saturday Morning

8:45 am Torah Talk & Bagels
Come study the weekly Torah portion with your fellow congregants. No preparation, special training, or advance registration is necessary, only an open mind and willingness to share ideas.

10:00 am Shabbat Morning Service
This service, led by our rabbis and cantors, often includes the Bar or Bat Mitzvah of one of our teens as well as the traditional elements of a Shabbat morning service: prayers, responsive readings, music, reading from the Torah, and a d'var Torah (interpretation of the weekly Torah portion). On mornings when there is no Bar or Bat Mitvah, our rabbi or cantor may use this opportunity to conduct a Learner's Service and explain different aspects of the service or liturgy.


Shabbat Together 

This program is open to anyone of any age who is affected by Special Needs and/or anybody who would like to volunteer. It is FREE and will include: -A Brief, Musical Service -Mixers -Art Projects 

Upcoming Dates: May 4, 2019      June 1, 2019

All programs start at 9 a.m.  

If you would like to participate or volunteer, contact Rabbi David at 856-608-1200.

My Shabbat (Formerly Tot Shabbat)

Join us for this new, fun, family-friendly Shabbat experience designed to keep kids engaged and excited about celebrating the holiday.

Sing songs, learn and recite Shabbat blessings, listen to stories, and more

Designed for children ages 0-8 and their families

Family-focused programming, with parent participation encouraged

Monthly themes focused on Jewish values and holidays, and hands-on projects to help kids connect with the meaning of these values and holidays

My Shabbat will be held monthly in the Tapestry Room.  The program will begin Friday Evenings at 6:00 pm(F) and Saturdays            at 9:15 am (S):

This program is aimed to engage children using diverse learning styles so that every child feels welcome to participate in a meaningful way.  The thirty-minute service will include a Torah parade, visual aids and be easy to follow.  If you have a child that has any special needs, please do not hesitate to contact us so we can further improve their experience.

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Sat, July 20 2019 17 Tammuz 5779