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Friday evening services are held on Zoom. Please contact the office by 6:00 pm on Fridays if you’d like to join us on Zoom.
6:20 pm: “Virtual Lobby” to greet each other before the service begins.
6:30 pm: We welcome Shabbat together with singing, prayer, and lighting candles together.
Download Shabbat Evening Resources
10:15 am: Shabbat Morning Service
Shabbat morning worship includes Torah reading by our b’nai mitzvah students. Tune in to help us cheer on the young adults who have been working towards this milestone!
Our Shabbat morning services are streamed to YouTube. The link for the Shabbat morning service will go live on this page around 10:00 am. If you log on earlier than 10:00 am, you’ll need to refresh the page for the link to appear. The service will start around 10:15 am.
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Shabbat for Young Families
Check out our short, musical videos for families with young children on our YouTube channel.
High Holy Day Services
All of our High Holy Day events and services are free and open to non-members, but registration is required in order to receive the online links. Please use the links below for more information about the High Holy Days and to register for online access.
Prepare for the High Holy Days
Elul, the Hebrew month of reflection and preparation leading up to the High Holy days, serves as the prologue of our High Holy Day story. It is a time to ready ourselves– our bodies, minds, souls, and world for the transition to a new year. We’ve created a number of offerings and virtual gathering opportunities for Elul.
Elul daily study and sounding of the shofar at 6:30 pm via Zoom.
Please contact the office for online access.
Most of our interactive learning opportunities are held on Zoom. For security purposes, those links are not posted on our website. Please contact the office to request online access.
Check out our upcoming classes and study groups:
Speakers & Panel Discussions
Our speakers and panel discussions are streamed to Temple Micah’s YouTube channel. We’ll post links here to upcoming events.
Click here to watch videos of past speakers.
American Atonement for Racism: A Communal Vidui
A Conversation with Dr. Eddie Glaude and Dr. Gayle Wald
Yom Kippur Afternoon, Monday, September 29 at 3:00 pm
We are honored to welcome Dr. Eddie Glaude Jr., professor of African American Studies of Princeton University, as our very special guest speaker. Dr. Glaude will be in conversation with Micah member, Professor Gayle Wald on our Day of Atonement to address what American Atonement demands as our country confronts our racist past. Following Dr. Glaude and Dr. Wald’s discussion, we will contemplate atonement for American racism and say a communal Vidui. Rabbi Daniel Zemel will provide opening and closing remarks.
Watch on Temple Micah’s YouTube channel.
- As always, all of our events and services are free and open to anyone and everyone. Our staff, clergy, and volunteers are working harder than ever to keep our community far and wide nourished and interconnected.
- If you’re new to Temple Micah or joining us from far away, please consider becoming a digital supporter to help support us financially as we strive to support you spiritually. Any donation amount is greatly appreciated.