Shabbat – Saturday AM

WE PRAY, STUDY TORAH, MEET & MAKE FRIENDS ON SHABBAT

Shabbat Morning Services Every Saturday at 9:00 AM

Our worship services are open to all. Whether special speaker or bar/bat mitzvah celebration, we welcome your attendance and participation. Contact the office 508-822-3230 for information on High Holy Day tickets

2019 Sept Shabbat Services and Selichot

OUR REGULAR SHABBAT MORNINGS INCLUDE

  • 9:00      Shabbos Schmooze—Coffee and Friendly Greetings
  • 9:15      Our Minyan Learns Together
  • 10:00    Shacharit / Morning Prayers—Hebrew / English, Sung/Said, Meditation
  • 10:25    Seder K’riat HaTorah / Torah Service—Weekly Parasha / Torah Portion
  • 10:50    Musaf / Closing Prayers—Hebrew and English
  • 11:10    Kiddush Brunch—Kiddush plus delicious, sociable light Brunch!!

We do not hold services on some secular holiday/vacation weekends: Labor Day, Thanksgiving, winter school vacation, and Memorial Day

OUR SHABBAT RISHONA (FIRST SHABBAT) MORNINGS INCLUDE

  • 9:00 AM – We begin gathering/setting up/getting ready
  • 9:15 AM – Worship for all in the sanctuary – a streamlined service
  • 10:00 AM – Torah learning for all ages
    • Children through grade 6 in the vestry (lower level) with teacher, Stacey Gay
    • Young people grades 7 to 12 in the lobby with teacher, Jessica Yarman
    • Adults in the sanctuary with Rabbi Heath
  • 10:45 AM – Kiddush together in the vestry (lower level)

Shabbat Rishona mornings for 2019-2020 are September 7, October 5, November 2, December 7, January 4, February 1, (not March, next day is Purim celebration), and April 4

SHABBAT MORNING TORAH LEARNING TOPICS FOR 2019-2020

  • Adults – 2019-2020 Adult Shabbat Morning Learning
  • Shabbat Rishona / Young People –
    • 9/7/2019 – Will You Speak for the Trees (Shoftim)
    • 10/5/19 – Growth Through Discomfort (Vayeilech)
    • 11/2/2019 – What is Good Discipline? (Noach)
    • 12/7/2019 – Dealing with Dishonesty ( Vayeitzei)
    • 1/4/2020 – Speaking Softly and Not Embarrassing Others (Vayigash)
    • 2/1/2010 – Family Stories from Generation to Generation and Do Not Be Locked in the Past (Bo)
    • 4/4/2010 – Feeling Grateful and Constantly Feeding Our Inner Spark (Tzav)
  • Shabbat Rishona / Children through Grade 6 – Mussar for Children
    • 9/7 and 10/5   Forgiveness
    • 11/2 and12/7  Trust
    • 1/4 and 2/1     Friendship
    • 4/4                    Patience

SIDDUR / PRAYERBOOK

We use Mishkan T’filah – the recent prayerbook from the Reform Movement.  Click here to find out more information.

On Shabbat Rishona we use Mishkan T’filah for Children, an illustrated siddur for families and schools, along with the accompanying Visual T’filah PowerPoint presentation.  Click here for more information.

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