Our Early and Late Services alternate weeks. 1st and 3rd week of the month: 6pm Welcoming Shabbat service (5:30pm nosh) 2nd and 4th weeks of the month: 7:30pm Traditional Reform Shabbat service, oneg (food and socializing) after.
9am Torah Study
9:15am Conservative Service
9:30am Jerusalem Shabbat Service (on select Saturdays)
10am services (when a child is becoming a Bar/Bat Mitzvah and conducts most of the service)
Saturdays, January 18, March 7, May 9 at 10:45am
This fun Saturday Shabbat experience will include a special Shabbat servie for young families (age birth to 6years with an adult present), Torah parade with the Saturday morning Jerusalem Shabbat service, and Kiddush lunch
Kol Isha Shabbat Service (KISS) and Kiddush Luncheon
Saturday morning, February 8, 2020
You won’t want to miss KISS: inspiring, musical, engaging, entertaining. Special Guest Speaker Cantor Natalie Young will deliver inspiring words of Torah. Men, women, teens, and children are invited and encouraged to attend this popular women-led Shabbat morning service which will be followed by a lavish Kiddush Luncheon and entertainment. Please RSVP by clicking here.
To help offset the cost of the Kiddush luncheon donations of any amount are welcome at any time; for those $36 or greater received by Jan. 30, we will include your name in the program as a “supporter.” Please earmark donation “KISS Kiddush Luncheon” or go to https://tbesoc.org/donation-form/ Thank you.
6:30pm on Tuesdays in the Eisenberg chapel
Start your day with a mitzvah! Come and be part of a community minyan as congregants recite kaddish for their departed loved ones
Each summer, Kabbalat Shabbat Services are at 6pm, except the last Shabbat of the month which is a Traditional Service at 7:30pm.
**Jerusalem Shabbat Details:
Jerusalem Shabbat Experience
with the Band of Milk and Honey (& a little schnapps)
At 9:30am on select Saturdays:
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
Tot Shabbat Playspace
Jan 7th, March 11th, April 22nd at 10:30am
Children ages 2-5 years will enjoy the Shabbat Playspace
with one of our clergy, our ECC Director Wendy,
and Miss Beth in the Early Childhood Center.