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Beautiful music, meaningful prayer, and a d’var Torah or short sermon, highlight this spiritual segue from the work week into Shabbat. This service is followed by an Oneg Shabbat.
Once a month we welcome Shabbat with an Erev Shabbat service filled with acoustic music and spirited singing. An Oneg Shabbat follows this 45-minute intergenerational service.
Music, prayer, and stories! Starting with candle lighting, kiddush, and motzi, Tot Shabbat brings families with young children together. Dinner—with potluck salads and sides—is followed by a worship service geared toward children and then a chance to socialize and enjoy dessert. RSVP to Mimsie: (412) 621–6566 x127, firstname.lastname@example.org
Characterized by engaging congregational participation, this service features a blend of traditional and contemporary melodies, Hebrew prayers, English readings, and a discussion around themes found in the week’s Torah portion. Talented musicians and cantorial soloists lead spirited and spiritual singing.
This brief, musical children’s experience is facilitated by Jewish songleader, Beth Goldstein. All welcome!
Prayer In Support of Women of the Wall & A Light Breakfast “to Go”
Participate in a joyful, peaceful morning service in solidarity with the Women of the Wall. Every Rosh Chodesh for twenty years, women have attempted to pray peacefully at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Each month their efforts are met with harassment. Welcome the new month by standing alongside our sisters in Israel. We promise you’ll be on your way in an hour! For more information about Women of the Wall, visit: www.womenofthewall.org.il
*Please check the events calendar to confirm dates for specific services.