Services Announcement Due To Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
We are Open For Saturday Morning Shabbat Service.
In accordance with the Governor’s lifting of all Covid restrictions, we are now open for every Saturday morning Shabbat service and do not require sign-ups or waivers. Masks will still be required to enter the building and throughout the service for those who are unvaccinated.
We are also implementing Casual Shabbat until August 28th. Casual Shabbat is where we dress down for Shabbat service. No jacket or tie is required. The guidelines are as follow: No jean or shorts are to be worn, however; other pants are okay (even encouraged) for men and women.
If you’re unable to attend service in person, you can watch our Shabbat service Saturday morning at 9:30 am here on the website or via Zoom. You can also watch via Cantor Wendi’s Facebook page.
Friday evening’s Kabbalat Shabbat and Saturday morning’s Shabbat service can be also watched and/or participated in via Zoom by clicking on the links below at the scheduled time:
Also, view our daily Minyan services through a Zoom connection Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings at 7:15 am, and Sunday morning at 9:00 am. Evening Minyan services will be at 5:45 pm Monday through Thursday evenings and on Sunday evenings. In order to participate through Zoom for the Minyan services, you must download the Zoom app. We are suggesting you set up your own free Zoom account as well.
In addition, you will find links below to our daily prayer book for the morning, afternoon, and evening services that you can download to your computer, cell phone, or tablet.