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Shabbat services are being held on-line and in person with a maximum of 20 people in attendance.

To make a reservation, to attend in person, please contact Ritual@shaarhashalom no later then the Thursday before the day you wish to attend.


We are a liberal Conservative congregation. Each Friday evening and Saturday morning we celebrate Shabbat with a mix of Hebrew and English prayers using the Siddur Hadash prayerbook.

Erev Shabbat 
Our service begins at 7:30 pm and is followed by an Oneg Shabbat. Family Shabbat service begins at 7:00 pm

Family Shabbat 
A service geared for families with younger children is held on the first Friday of the month during most of the school year. A Family Shabbat is sometimes preceded by a potluck dinner. Please check the calendar of events or call the synagogue office for details.

Shabbat Alive 
Guitars and drum are used in this lively service. Please check the calendar of events or call the synagogue office for details.

Shabbat Morning
Our service begins at 9:30 am. A potluck lunch follows the service.

Holy Days
Traditional Jewish holidays are observed. For reserved seating on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, please call the synagogue office for details.

We encourage you to join us for services. When you do, please keep in mind our customs.
♦ Please silence electronic devices, such as phones, before entering the Sanctuary.
♦ Please remember, we do not write or use phones in the building on Shabbat or Holidays.
♦ Men should wear kipot, slacks, and collared shirt. Tallitot are worn by Jewish men for morning services.
♦ Women's shoulders and midriffs should be covered and skirts should be a reasonable length. Slacks are also acceptable. When called to the bima, a woman should cover her head.
♦ Children are always welcome. If they get restless and they disrupt the prayer of others, please give them a break outside the Sanctuary.
♦ Please do not enter or leave the Sanctuary when the Rabbi is speaking or when the Congregation is standing.

Tue, May 11 2021 29 Iyyar 5781