Religious services on Shabbat, Festivals and High Holy Days are
traditional in form and progressive in content. Members participate in
leading services, chanting Torah, or presenting a D'var Torah. Women and
participate fully and equally in all areas of synagogue life - from
minyan to aliyah, from Torah reading to serving as cantor or Rabbi.
If you would like to participate by chanting Torah or Haftarah, or
leading some part of services, please contact
Serving the Heart, Mind and Spirit
Our prayer books
(Kol Haneshamah) are gender neutral. Hebrew prayers are accompanied
by a transliteration as well as a translation,
to encourage greater understanding and
Congregants are encouraged to express their convictions and voice their
questions in an environment of mutual respect, and to apply what we
learn through social action, home ritual and mutual support during times
of joy and sorrow.
Schedule of services
Shabbat services are Saturday morning at 10 am. Childcare is available.
There is a Kiddush
lunch every Shabbat, which may be sponsored by individuals or families
having a simcha, or may be potluck. All attendees at services are
always invited to share in the Kiddush.