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Shabbat at Home

Can’t make it into synagogue for Shabbat services? Don’t worry! Shabbat has long been a “home ritual” in Judaism as well.

While Reform Jews typically do not keep shomer Shabbos (a strict observance of Shabbat rules, such as not driving or using electricity), Shabbat has come to be a meaningful time for families to spend time together. At the very least, Shabbat should be a time to do something different than the rest of the week. Entrances to the holy and the spiritual are everywhere!

Please download and print this pdf with blessings over the Shabbat Candles, the wine, and the Challah.

Shabbat Shalom!

Upcoming Events

  • With great sorrow we will be unable to off Selichot Services this year.
  • Revised High Holy Days Schedule will be posted soon.
  • Erev Shabbat Services will be held Friday, September 15th at 5pm in order to be off the roads by curfew.
  • There will be no Shabbat morning worship Saturday September 16th.