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Join us for Shabbat prayers every Friday night and Shabbat (Saturday) morning.

  • On Friday night,welcome the Shabbat with the traditional Lecha Dodi prayer (5:30 pm).
  • On Shabbat mornings, in addition to prayer (from 10:00 - 11:00) participate in an in-depth discussion of the parsha (weekly Torah portion) with applicable lessons to modern-day life (from 11:00 - 12:00). 
  • Beginning at 11:00,children are welcome to participate in their own davening (prayer) circle, learn the parsha, practice Hebrew reading, and enjoy playtime with friends!

Following davening and parsha discussion on Shabbat mornings, all are welcome to join a Kiddush luncheon. Shabbat Kiddush is a great opportunity to partake in traditional Shabbat cuisine, share the news of the week, and enjoy the warmth and companionship of the community.

Stories and l'chaims create a environment that is both enjoyable and uplifting.

To sponsor a kiddush in memory of a loved one, in honor of a birthday or anniversary, yahrtziet or special occasion, please email

Sponsorship options:      
Traditional Kiddush $100
Deluxe Kiddush $180

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