We offer a variety of Friday Night Services
NEW PROGRAM: Studio Shabbat
Studio Shabbat is an opportunity to experience Shabbat differently.
Kirtan Rabbi – Rabbi Andrew Hahn
Friday, March 19, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
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Kirtan Rabbi’s music is characterized by great energy, passion and melodic flow. Kirtan (also known as Bhajan) is a form of chant developed in India to heighten participation, communal feeling and ecstatic communion with the divine. Its usual, distinguishing feature is a formula of singing based on call-and-response. The chant facilitator offers something and then the participants return the favor. As Reb Drew likes to say, “We don’t sing many words, but we sing them many times!” Kirtan is fully participatory. It breaks down the barrier between “leader” and “listener.” Its improvisational and experimental nature, make it a fun, yet strangely deep game to play – for both adults and children. Visit Website Listen to Music Read About Rabbi Andrew
Join us! To connect with Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82269734807?pwd=b29GTy9OMm5ydENtWWtneno0eHdZdz09 To connect by phone, call (669) 900-6833, Meeting ID: 822 6973 4807, Passcode: 151003
The Vision Behind Studio Shabbat: A studio is a space to try things, to experiment, and to be creative. On Studio Shabbat Friday nights, we will pilot new ways to celebrate Shabbat. Each Studio Shabbat will enable us to engage differently, whether through music, meditation, or the use of theater. Our hope is to provide interesting and meaningful Shabbat experiences that will speak to the diversity of our community. We value your participation and welcome your feedback. See Upcoming Dates
Musical Shabbat with Lior Ben-Hur (Zoom)
Please join us for an engaging musical service with special guest Lior Ben-Hur, as we welcome Shabbat into our homes and into our hearts. To connect online (with or without video): https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87011389838? pwd=NkVvaGlMOC9HVzZrS1hFR0NjQkhOZz09 To connect by phone, call (669) 900-6833. Meeting ID: 870 1138 9838 Passcode: 720319
Shabbat, the Jewish Sabbath, is a 25-hour period of rest lasting from just before sunset on Friday evening until nightfall on Saturday. The idea is to take a break from ordinary life, and focus on family, community, and spiritual growth. While there is no Kabbalat Shabbat service or program tonight, we do encourage you to create your own Shabbat at home experience. Click here for links to traditional blessings
The Rabbinical Assembly has made pdfs of the siddurim available for download. Please note that these are for your use. While you may share the link, please do not post the pdfs anywhere. Before downloading you will be required to complete their information request