All Shabbat evening services online will now be EARLY services, with candle lighting at 6pm (after which those who want to enjoy a techno-free Shabbat can log out) and services following around 6:15pm. (There will be no 8pm services until in-person gatherings can resume.) Shabbat morning services will be at 10:30am.
We encourage all who will be logging on Friday evening to have Shabbat candles, matches, kiddush cup and wine or grape juice ready. If possible, set up your computer in a different space from your office or work space and try to create a quiet, calming environment.
Early log-on for those unfamiliar with the Zoom format, as well as time to greet each other, before the service begins, will be available 5:45pm on Friday, and 10:15am Saturday.
Friday, April 3 Shabbat Service – new login info will be available in the special announcements going out this morning.
Saturday, April 4 Shabbat Service – new login info will be available in the special announcements going out this morning.
Accessing our Prayerbook and Torah portions:
- The URJ (Union for Reform Judaism is temporarily offering for free the “flip” version of Mishkan T’filah for Shabbat. It is not downloadable but you can view it and navigate it online HERE.
- The URJ is also making available for half price the Kindle editions of both the siddur($4.99) and the Chumash – The Torah and commentary ($14.99).
- Purchase your own copy of either the siddur or the chumash or both. You may be able to find used copies online; new copies are available at a discount through the Temple office. Contact Pattie, email@example.com if you are interested in ordering.
- You can find the weekly Torah portion online at Sefaria.