2016 - 2017 Service Schedule
Friday Night Live with Visual T'Filah
- Fri Sept. 8, 2017- 7:30pm – Shabbat Friday Night Live Service with Visual T’Filah & Birthday Blessings
- Fri Oct. 20, 2017- 7:30pm – Shabbat Friday Night Live Service with Visual T’Filah & Birthday Blessings
- Fri Nov. 17, 2017- 7:30pm – Shabbat Friday Night Live Service with Visual T’Filah & Birthday Blessings
Family Friendly, KIDushat Shabbat & Birthday Blessings
Saturdays - 9:00am or Havdalah - 5pm
These monthly services on Saturday mornings or early Friday evenings are for our youngest members. Children of all ages are welcome to this informal, 30-minute service with music. This is a wonderful opportunity to introduce our customs and traditions to young children.
- Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 at 9am KIDushat Shabbat & Birthday Blessings
- Thursday, Sept. 9, 2017 at 9am Children's Rosh Hashanah Service
- Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017 at 9am Children's Yom Kippur Service
- Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017 at 9am KIDushat Shabbat & Birthday Blessings
Shabbat L’Kulam Services
Saturdays 10:30am, followed by a Kiddush luncheon
- Friday Evenings
7:30PM Shabbat Evening Service
- Monthly Services - Friday Night Live with Visual T'Filah
Once a month, we celebrate Shabbat with our musical service, Friday Night Live, composed by Craig Taubman, complete with drums, guitar, piano and flute. Enjoy dancing in the aisles, egg shakers, a story and so much more as we dance and sing our way through the Shabbat liturgy. FREE Babysitting is available for Friday Night Live Service. Please register your child at 781-749-8103.
- Saturday Mornings
10:30AM Shabbat Morning Service
- Shabbat L'Kulam (Shabbat for Everyone)
10:30AM Shabbat Morning Service - On selected Saturday mornings.
- High Holiday Services
Adult as well as Children’s services are conducted on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Because of the large attendance at these services, we do use a ticket system. There is no charge for members. Tickets for non-members are available for purchase.
- Holiday Services
Throughout the year we celebrate the various holidays including Succoth, Simchat Torah, T’u B’Shevat, and Passover with festive holiday services.
- Learner’s Service:
Demystify praying. This Shabbat service will teach the meaning and order of the prayers. Hebrew prayers will be said slowly, songs taught and the movement of prayer explained
- Healing Service
This Shabbat service will include additional meditative and healing prayers, as well as provide an opportunity to share our stories if one wishes.