Shabbat Services

Friday Evening

On Fridays at 6:30 pm we come together on Zoom to welcome Shabbat by lighting candles as a community. Please note that participants will be muted during the service and unmuted at the end so we can all wish each other “Shabbat Shalom.” For more information contact the office.

Saturday Morning

Shabbat morning services during the summer will be held on Zoom. As is our summer tradition in all realities, these services are led by our Rabbinic Intern and/or a series of lay leaders from among our community. For more information contact the office.

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June 17 – Faith in a Time of Turmoil Panel Discussion

June 12 – Shabbat Morning Service, Violet Strauss becomes Bat Mitzvah

June 6 – Shabbat Morning Service, Alice Tapper becomes Bat Mitzvah

May 30 – Shabbat Morning Service, Ari Townend becomes Bar Mitzvah

May 23 – Shabbat Morning Service, Abby Salkind-Foraker becomes Bat Mitzvah

May 18 – Underserved During Quarantine: Our Capital City Confronts the Pandemic Panel Discussion

May 16 – Shabbat Morning Service, Charlotte Mendelson becomes Bat Mitzvah

May 9 – Shabbat Morning Service

May 2 – Shabbat Morning Service, Sophia Trendl becomes Bat Mitzvah

April 25 – Shabbat Morning Service, Laila Oko becomes Bat Mitzvah

April 22 – The Role of the Media in a Time of Pandemic Panel Discussion

April 18 – Shabbat Morning Service, Maggie McLaughlin becomes Bat Mitzvah

April 11 – Shabbat Morning Service, Eitan and Omer Polanco become B’nai Mitzvah

April 7 – A Deep Look at the COVID-19 Pandemic Panel Discussion

April 4 – Shabbat Morning Service, Hannah Goldberg becomes a Bat Mitzvah

March 28 – Shabbat Morning Service, Jake Gentin becomes a Bar Mitzvah

March 21 – Shabbat Morning Service, Matan Ferguson becomes a Bar Mitzvah