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Virtual Worship Services (via Zoom)

Shabbat Services and Minyanim are at the same Zoom link:  Click Here

Meeting ID: 644 714 6026    Or call in by phone:  (646) 558-8656

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Friday Kabbalat Shabbat Services

5:30 pm  Pre-neg: come early and schmooze!
6 pm  Service begins

Friday Evening Late Service
Next Date TBA

This Lay-led Erev Shabbat service will be on a limited, trial basis to gauge interest. This service will be led by Deb Wolff; more dates with other leaders to come.  Use the same Zoom info as all our Shabbat services.

Saturday Morning Shabbat Service

9:30 am  Pre-neg: come early and schmooze!
10 am  Service begins

Sunday Morning Minyan

Every Sunday at 9am

Weekday Evening Minyanim

Monday through Thursday at 5:45pm

Parsha Study: Every Tuesday at 7:30 pm  (following Evening Minyan)
Led by congregants; Click here on Tuesdays at 7:30pm

Normally we wouldn’t encourage the use of digital technology on shabbat and festivals. But Jewish law has two important concepts relevant to our current circumstances: Pikuah nefesh doheh et ha-Shabbat, saving life takes precedence over Shabbat and holidays, and sha’at ha-dahak, a time of crisis, allowing normal rules to be suspended or altered as circumstances require. As such, we may temporarily do some things that would normally be forbidden so we can celebrate shabbat and holidays with friends and family. 

Follow along in the Prayer Book

Siddur Lev Shalem

Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv

Shabbat Morning

Afternoon Minyan

Sunday Morning Minyan



Yom Tov Morning

Counting the Omer


Aliyah: Torah Blessing

Siddur Sim Shalom

Shabbat and Festivals

Weekday Evenings

Tisha B'av

Online Siddur Tishah B'Av

Downloadable PDF of Megillat Eikhah

Added Prayers

Prayer for Country and Israel

Blessing for Wearing a Face Mask
Barukh atah Adonai, Eloheinu, melekh ha-olam, asher keed’shanu b’meetzvotav, v’tzeevanu al sh’meerat ha-nefesh.

You are bountiful, Infinite our God, majesty of space and time, who has sanctified us with divine commandments and has commanded us about protecting life.

Prayers for the COVID vaccine from the Rabbinical Assembly: click here


Mon, March 1 2021 17 Adar 5781