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Shabbat Worship

 Give yourself the most precious gift of all: A moment in   time to find peace, a refuge from all the demands in your   life, a sacred time in a holy place to let go of all the noise   and to let in the light of Shabbat.

 Shabbat is the most sacred of Jewish observances and it   is the centerpiece of Worship at B’nai Jeshurun.  As we   welcome Shabbat and open our hearts to the beauty of its   blessings, prayers and sacred music, we joyfully affirm 

our place within the greater Jewish community and our own congregation.

Holy Days and Festivals offer yet another opportunity to come together as a community to celebrate, reflect on and find renewal in our Jewish traditions.  

Whether you come for Shabbat, the High Holy Days and Festivals or for life cycle services, you will always be warmly welcome at Temple B’nai Jeshurun.

Friday, Erev Shabbat Services: 

every Friday 5:30 pm

babysitting available when school is in session

Saturday, Shabbat Services: 

10:30 am, (If there is no Bar/Bat Mitzvah, services will be at 9:45 am, immediately following Torah Study.)

Tot Shabbat Services 

Friday nights at 5:00 pm  

There are no upcoming events at this time.











Shabbat Atid (Shabbat of Our Future)

We are regularly thinking about visioning for our future and are constantly asking what might worship look like as the years progress here at TBJ? Accordingly, we have created something unique to help us tangibly make our vision a reality. 

Shabbat services will look the same – Shabbat Candles, Kiddush, beautiful singing, wise words, inspiration, and warmth.  On these Friday nights, you, the congregation, will be our choir and our clergy will be joined by acclaimed musical artist, Matt Turk, who will add his unique style to our worship experience.  We believe that Shabbat Atid, like its predecessor Shabbat B’Shir, will heighten our Shabbat experience, move us in a new and exciting direction, and make our communal prayer increasingly more spiritually meaningful and memorable. This experience is appropriate for all ages and all are welcome!

Click here for the Shabbat Atid Dates


Thu, August 13 2020 23 Av 5780