Special Shabbat Services

During the year, some of our Shabbat services will have a special theme. 

We also have Tot Shabbats and Learner’s Services.

  • Have you ever wondered why we stand for the Shema but sit for the V’ahavtah? Or why open the ark at different times in the service? These questions and more will be answered at our upcoming Torah 101 Service – a traditional Saturday morning Shabbat service annotated by the Rabbi and our Cantorial Soloist. In addition to answering your questions about why or what we do in services, our 6th and 7th grade B’nai Mitzvah students will take turns leading different parts of the service to practice for their upcoming simchas.

  • With our busy schedules, we often leave little time to focus on exactly what we want and need. Join us in taking time to help restore wholeness in our daily lives, in our relationships, in our health, in our families, and in our actions. By seeking God together through prayer, song, meditation, and community, we enhance the connection between mind, body, and spirit.

    At this special Shabbat service we will recognize people both in and outside of our congregation who are “survivors” of cancer. The term “survivor” encompasses person, family member, or friend whose life has been touched by cancer.

    The daffodil is one of the first flowers of spring and a worldwide symbol of hope. Named accordingly, Daffodil Days— is an annual American Cancer Society program—which has helped spread cancer awareness and raise money towards a cure for more than 40 years.