Coming together regularly to worship God, study and learn, and fellowship together is an important component of our spiritual growth.
"For I'm not ashamed of the Good News, since it is God's powerful means of bringing salvation to everyone who keeps on trusting, to the Jew especially, but equally to the Gentile. For in it is revealed how God makes people righteous in his sight; and from the beginning to the end it is through trust - as the Tanakh puts it, 'But the person who is righteous will live his life by trust.'"
Romans 1:16-17 (The Complete Jewish Bible)
Weekly Shabbat Services
Shabbat services are held Saturday mornings, starting at 10:00 am. We follow the traditional liturgy in both Hebrew and English, and incorporate music, prayer and teaching. Services last about two hours.
Following the service, we welcome you to join us for our Oneg meal, with plenty of time to schmooze and fellowship together. The meal is followed by other activities, such as further Torah study, lively discussion, or Hebrew study.
For address and directions, click here.
Jewish holidays are God's appointed times. We stay true to our Jewish roots by observing these holidays as intended.
These include Pesach (Passover), Shavuot (Pentecost), Rosh Hashanah or Yom Teruah (the New Year and Day of Trumpets), Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles).
Each week we read the Parashot as do Jews throughout the world. On the back of our bulletin we publish the Parashot references for the next Shabbat so we know where to focus our Torah reading throughout the week.