Click here to read an important letter, jointly written by our rabbi, our head gabbai, and the chair of our Religious Affairs Committee.
Like most congregations, we are steadily recovering from the effects of COVID-19 and returning to our building with increased frequency and enthusiasm.
At present, most of our prayer services are held in-person, in our building. Some weekday evening services are still being conducted on Zoom.
If you will be observing a Yahrzeit or another occasion, and would like to attend a service at a time when one is not currently scheduled, please contact the rabbi at least a week in advance, and he will endeavor to arrange for a minyan for that time.
|Saturday||9:00 am||Approx. 30 min before Candle Lighting|
* by request only
Major and minor Jewish holidays and Festivals are all regularly celebrated with services and other events and celebrations. Please follow our mailing list and our Events Calendar for exact service times. Evening services at the onset of holidays are usually held at 6:00 PM, while evening services in the middle or at the end of holidays are approximately 30 minutes before sunset, ending at Havdallah time. Morning services are usually held at 9:00 AM.
Most in-person services are livestreamed for those who are physically unable to attend. Please click here for details and to access the livestream.
At present, on Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays we gather on Zoom for evening services at 7:30 PM.
Click here for the Zoom service details.
If an event is taking place that evening in the synagogue, we will probably opt for an in-person service instead. Similarly, if we receive a request for a Yahrzeit service, we will probably hold an in-person service instead of on Zoom. As usual, follow our e-mailing list for service scheduling issues and changes.