Shabbat / Services

CandlelightingThe weekly celebration of Shabbat has long served the Jewish community as our primary act of communal prayer. In fact, tradition teaches that Shabbat, above all other holidays and festivals, is Judaism’s most sacred day. We hope that you will find Shabbat at B’nai Jehudah spiritually uplifting.

 

 

Regular Shabbat Services

Friday Evenings:

5:30pm: Bisseleh Nosh
6:00pm: Erev Shabbat Service

Join together in the lobby for a small “nosh” as we come together as a family in prayer to begin the joyful celebration of Shabbat. Come for a reinvigorating 60-minute respite from the day-to-day, as Shabbat begins. We greet Shabbat with song, prayer, and a meaningful message delivered by our rabbis or a guest speaker.

Saturday Mornings:

10:30am: Shabbat Service Every Saturday

What better way to celebrate Shabbat than with a 90-minute service, to say “thank you” for the blessings that are ours? On many of our Saturday mornings, our B’nai Mitzvah lead the majority of our service, offering their own youth-inspired teachings. On other Saturdays, our services are more informal, held in the round. We spend our time praying, singing, and learning together.


Shabbat Chadash

5:30pm: Bisseleh Nosh
6:00pm: Shabbat Chadash

Shabbat Chadash is a monthly Erev Shabbat service in the round, filled with music provided by our own instrumentalists and vocalists. No sermon is given, but a few brief thoughts on timely topics are shared.


Young Family Shabbat

5:30pm: Bisseleh Nosh
6:00pm: Young Family Shabbat

Tot Shabbat happens on the first Shabbat of each month. Children and adults of all ages are encouraged to gather and celebrate Shabbat together. A story sure to inspire all is shared.

We have monthly child-friendly services at 6:00pm. Parents and children welcome Shabbat through prayer, song and stories. A great chance to meet other families with young children!

Please check the events calendar to confirm dates for specific services.


Daily Minyan

Monday—Thursday 5:45pm
Sunday 11:30am

Holiday Exceptions: Federal holidays, when the office is closed, minyan is held at 9:30am the morning of the holiday. For Jewish holidays, holiday service replaces daily minyan.