Tag: Hebrew

Shabbat Morning Services

Each Saturday we gather at 10:30 am for Shabbat morning worship. Our service includes joyous singing, private reflection, an interactive Torah reading/study, and concludes with Kiddush.

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Erev Shabbat Services

Shabbat evening services, generally including a Torah reading and commentary.  Following services, gather at an Oneg Shabbat to share dessert and conversation.

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Shabbat Morning Services

Each Saturday we gather at 10:30 am for Shabbat morning worship. Our service includes joyous singing, private reflection, an interactive Torah reading/study, and concludes with Kiddush.

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Shabbat Morning Services

Each Saturday we gather at 10:30 am for Shabbat morning worship. Our service includes joyous singing, private reflection, an interactive Torah reading/study, and concludes with Kiddush.

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Shabbat Morning Services

Each Saturday we gather at 10:30 am for Shabbat morning worship. Our service includes joyous singing, private reflection, an interactive Torah reading/study, and concludes with Kiddush.

Read More

Erev Shabbat Services

Shabbat evening services, generally including a Torah reading and commentary.  Following services, gather at an Oneg Shabbat to share dessert and conversation.

Read More

Shabbat Morning Services

Each Saturday we gather at 10:30 am for Shabbat morning worship. Our service includes joyous singing, private reflection, an interactive Torah reading/study, and concludes with Kiddush.

Read More

Shabbat Morning Services

Each Saturday we gather at 10:30 am for Shabbat morning worship. Our service includes joyous singing, private reflection, an interactive Torah reading/study, and concludes with Kiddush.

Read More

Erev Shabbat Services

Shabbat evening services, generally including a Torah reading and commentary.  Following services, gather at an Oneg Shabbat to share dessert and conversation.

Read More

Shabbat Morning Services

Each Saturday we gather at 10:30 am for Shabbat morning worship. Our service includes joyous singing, private reflection, an interactive Torah reading/study, and concludes with Kiddush.

Read More

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