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Service Schedule

Daily Services:

Monday-Friday at 7:00 am
Sundays plus New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving & Christmas at 8:15 am

Evening Services:

Sunday-Thursday at 8:00 pm

Shabbat Services:

Friday: 6:15 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am

Congregational shabbat Evening Services:

Saturday evening before sundown -- please click here for times.


family shabbat & student services

Friday night
Family Service for grades 2-6
Followed by a light Oneg Shabbat Snack.

Oneg Shabbat for grades 2-6
Join us for an Oneg Shabbat (Hors d’oeuvres) before our Friday evening family service. Come schmooze, have an appetizer (and a glass of wine for parents) and then enjoy an engaging Friday night Shabbat experience.

Saturday Morning
Tot Shabbat
Family friendly Shabbat service filled with prayer, music, stories and movement for children age newborn-3 years.

EBJ ECEC School to Shul Family Service
Fun and energetic family Shabbat service for early childhood-aged students creating the same ruah (spirit) found while davening during the week in the ECEC!

Mishpaha, Family, Minyan for grades K-4
Parents: celebrate Shabbat together with your children for the first hour. Then join our clergy for “Prayer 101,” a spirited exploration of prayer while your children continue celebrating Shabbat with Alex Weinberg and other TBS faculty.

Shabbat Morning Family Service for grades 2-6
Family services are fun, engaging Shabbat experiences! Students read Torah & lead the service.

So-Shul Networking for grades 5-7
Shabbat program just for students in the Religious School, High School and Kellman Brown Academy. Discussions, food, services and more led by Alex Weinberg. Students will be a part of the congregational Shabbat experience, as well as their own program tailored just for them! Special guests and student-led Torah service opportunities too.

Congregational Courtesies

  • Please greet your friends and those you don’t already know with “Shabbat Shalom” (a peaceful Sabbath) and say hello! On Jewish holidays the appropriate greeting is “Hag Sameah” (Happy Holiday)!
  • We strive to create a holy, spiritual environment for our prayer experiences. Kindly refrain from using cameras, cellular phones, and other electronic devices while in our building on Shabbat and Jewish holidays.
  • For the comfort and convenience of families with young children, a portion of the Helman Auditorium, just under the balcony on the Rabbis’ side of the sanctuary, will be open for seating. If your child’s attention span begins to wane, this section will provide easy access to an exit.
  • It is customary to stand when the Ark is open, the Torah is being held, or for certain prayers.
  • Kindly remain in the sanctuary while the Rabbi or bar or bat mitzvah is speaking, the Torah or Haftarah is being chanted, the Ark is open, or presentations are being made.
  • Our entire building and premises are smoke-free at all times.
Tue, November 12 2019 14 Cheshvan 5780