Our community remains connected in worship…here online.. throughout the week.
|6pm The Living Torah:
A Shabbat Discussion with Rabbi K’vodGet your favorite drink and appetizer and settle in to your comfy seat to connect with community around our Jewish tradition’s wisdom for living a life of meaning and purpose during this strange and challenging time. (Participate interactively on zoom.)6:30pm Sermon w/Rabbi K’vodRemain on zoom, or view on:1. YouTube live2. Facebook live3. Live Stream
6:30pm Sermon w/Rabbi K’vod
6:45pm Kabbalat Shabbat Service w/Cantor Young & Guests
Join us for a special Shabbat service hosted at the home of Cantor Young and Rabbi David Young. Both TBESOC and Congregation B’nai Tzedek communities bring Shabbat in together on:
1. YouTube live
3. Live Stream
Every Saturday morning, join us for a zoom conference call where we take turns facilitating a discussion of the week’s Torah portion.
Anytime Shabbat Morning Service
Join Rabbi K’vod Shabbat morning with this video to follow along with the Saturday morning service beginning with Shocheyn Ad.
Watch/listen to the video Rabbi K’vod recorded of about this week’s Torah portion.
|Shabbat Experience for Young Children|
|Tuesday Evening – Refuat Hanefesh Healing Service|
Meeting ID: 244 490 336
|Resources for Worship|
Click on the links for the services you wish to download:
- Siddur Lev Shalem: Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Evening Service
- Siddur Lev Shalem: Shabbat Morning
- Siddur Lev Shalem: Shabbat Afternoon
- Siddur Lev Shalem: Services for Saturday Night and Havdalah
- Siddur Sim Shalom: Shaharit for Weekdays
- Siddur Sim Shalom: Afternoon Service for Weekdays
- Siddur Sim Shalom: Evening Services for Weekdays
Friday nights: Our clergy lead worship experiences on facebook live
● Our lay-led Torah study group meets here at 9am
● Conservative Shabbat Morning worship is canceled
Tuesday nights: Refuat Hanefesh Minyanim (our healing service) will be facilitated by Marty Stein virtually
When we are able to return to the physical spaces of worship…
5:30pm Oneg (light appetizers)
6pm Kabbalat Shabbat Service
A multi-generational joyous and participatory musical service, welcoming Shabbat with dancing, community, opportunities for reflection and inspiration.
7:30pm Shabbat Service followed by dessert Oneg
A beautiful worship service in the mainstream Reform model using a variety of musical styles to create a warm and inviting worship experience. Typically, the last Shabbat of each month the choir sings.
Bringing Shabbat Home
Select Fridays: May 29, July 3, November 27, December 25
The synagogue will be not hold a service on these dates.
This is an opportunity to gather with new and old TBESOC friends and
observe Shabbat—“ceasing from rest”—outside of the synagogue setting.
Take advantage of this evening as an existing Small Group, or open up
your home to a fellow congregant and share how YOU observe Shabbat.
Soul Spark Shabbat Services
The soul Spark Ensemble and guest Velez on cello A new Shabbat evening service featuring contemplative music, meditation, and wisdom to ignite your soul!
Outdoor Kabbalat Shabbat Services on the Lawn
with The Band of Milk & Honey and our Kol Haneshamah Adult Choir
Come enjoy an uplifting Shabbat of music and prayer in the fresh air with friends and family. Bring your picnic blankets!
9am Torah Study
Explore the weekly portion in a warm and welcoming atmosphere where each participant has the opportunity to learn, listen and share. A brief lay-led service follows the study.
9:15am Conservative Service
Every Saturday, except when Jerusalem Shabbat*
Ivdu Et Hashem B’simcha (Serve the Holy One with Joy) blends high energy, joyous, participatory service with opportunities for meditation and contemplation in a warm and intimate community. Return to that moment at Mt. Sinai through traditional Torah reading while exploring its personal relevance to each one of us. Led by our rabbi and lay leadership.
9:30am Jerusalem Shabbat Experience*
Select Saturdays at 9:30am in the Sidney Eisenberg Chapel
On the streets of Jerusalem on Shabbat morning, the dew on the trees reflect sunlight sparkling diamonds, the air is crisp and still, and the peace is palatable. Joyous prayer pours out houses and little shteibls – the human song and the song of creation intertwined. Friends and family come together to eat, to share, and to immerse in words of life-giving Torah. One can’t imagine a Torah more relevant and real.
Be absorbed in a meditative and meaningful musical journey through the morning service
Enjoy transliterated and fully-accessible Hebrew prayer
Rejoice around the Torah with schnapps and sparkling cider
Eat and engage with community over lunch
Select Saturdays: Reform Shabbat Morning Service led by B’nai Mitzvah at 10am
Music is lead with guitar accompaniment by Cantor Natalie Young. The service takes place in our sanctuary. While the service is open to our entire congregation, you can expect that service attendees will primarily be guests of the b’nai mitzvah family. The bar/bat mitzvah student will lead the service from Mishkan T’filah, our Reform prayer book.
April 25 Andrew Lotterman
May 16 Irving Pincus
May 23 Matthew Far-Hadian
June 13 Noah Selvan
June 27 Simon Young
August 22 Sydney Elovitz
August 29 Maya Crane
Special Saturday Morning Programming for
Families with Young Children: Shabbat
Select Saturdays at 10:30am
An abbreviated musical morning service and Shabbat
activities designed specifically for young families (with an
adult present followed by community Kiddush lunch and
time to connect with others.
During the Week
Refuat HaNefesh: Healing of the Soul Minyan
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
A prayer gathering held each and every Tuesday evening in the Sidney Eisenberg Chapel. This service enables those of us who are in mourning or observing a Yahrzeit to join with their Temple Beth El family for a 30 minute service filled with prayer, song and quiet moments of reflection to recite the Mourner’s Kaddish. The service is a fusion of prayers both in Hebrew and English, using the weekday prayer book, Siddur Eit Ratzon. All the Hebrew is transliterated and has beautiful, relevant explanations of the intentions behind the prayers.
*Oneg is a time for the community to come together and visit, with savory eats