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Shabbat Services

We would love for you to join us for our spirited Shabbat services. Our weekly Shabbat morning services are led by a rotation of shlichei tzibbur (prayer leaders) from within our community, and always include participatory singing and inspiring words of Torah. Shabbat morning services begin on Saturdays at 9:30am and run until a little after noon (you’re welcome to arrive late and/or take breaks!). Services are followed by a delicious kiddush lunch prepared by our volunteer Shabbas Chefs. Many Saturdays after lunch we gather for singing or learning. We also meet on Friday nights for Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv typically once a month; check out the calendar for dates.    

Find out more about attending services here

What prayerbooks does Beth Shalom use? The service is almost exclusively in Hebrew, and the books we use (Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Festivals and Etz Hayim Humash) have English translations.  We also have siddurim (prayerbooks) with large print and transliteration available.

Are children welcome? We love for children to join us for services in the sanctuary, and we also offer Shabbat babysitting during the academic year, as well as services and programs geared towards children and families

How do I get to Beth Shalom? Details about parking, accessibility, entrance, etc. can be found here. Our COVID-19 policies are always evolving; please see our current policies here.  

What if I'm not a member? Please register for Shabbat services in advance so that we can welcome you.  You can register for Shabbat services on our Calendar by clicking the "Shabbat Services" entry on the day you would like to attend.

Interested in leading services or reading Torah or Haftarah?  Please contact our Rabbi’s Assistant.

Attend via Livestream:

https://venue.streamspot.com/d893b06f

You can use the link above to livestream any of our Shabbat or holiday services. You can find information on livestreaming in a Shabbat-friendly way here. On Shabbat and yom tov, our communal practice is to refrain from creating a permanent record (which is akin to writing), so we kindly ask that you not photograph or video record the livestream, but instead enjoy it in real-time only.

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