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Yom Shabbat, 3 Tishri 5778
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The meaning of the Sabbath is to celebrate time rather than space. Six days a week we live
under the tyranny of things of space; 
on the Sabbath we try to become attuned to holiness in time.
It is a day on which we are called upon 
to share in what is eternal in time,
to turn from the results of creation to the mystery of creation.

       - Abraham Joshua Heschel

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Friday Night Services
Friday night services are held at 8 p.m. (except for Fourth Fridays – see below) each week. We invite you to join us as we welcome in Shabbat with prayer and song, joy and reflection. Services include the reading of Torah and are followed by a festive oneg (dessert reception).

Fourth Fridays
Services on the fourth Friday of each month begin at 7 p.m. and are especially appropriate for families with young children (though everyone is welcome to attend and young families should feel free to join us any Friday). The Torah service and sermon are replaced with a story told by Rabbi Axler.

Saturday Mornings
Shabbat services are held on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. whenever we are celebrating a Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Please check the calendar to see when services will be taking place. The whole congregation is invited to celebrate Shabbat with our B’nai Mitzvah.

Shabbat & Schmooze
Join us for an opportunity for warm, casual worship, Torah learning and a light Kiddush lunch to share with your fellow congregants. Taking place on November 11, December 23 and January 27 at 10 a.m. Shabbat and Schmooze is open to all and is free of charge.

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