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Yom Shishi, 2 Tishri 5778

 

 

OUR MISSION

STATEMENT:

 

“My House Shall be Called a House of Prayer For All Peoples”

 

To provide a spiritual,

cultural and educational environment inspired by the highest Reform Jewish values.

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Services

Friday Evening Services
Services are held most Friday evenings at 6:30 p.m. When the Men's Club or Sisterhood hosts a Family Shabbat Dinner, dinner starts at 6:30 and services follow at 7:30. Friday Night Shabbat Services conclude with an Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by OST Sisterhood.

Saturday Morning Services
Services are held every Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m.

Torah Study
Torah Study is held every Saturday at 9:00 a.m. and Tuesday evenings at 6:00 p.m., presided by the Rabbi or one of our Temple lay leaders.

Kids & Kiddush
Designed specifically for children 4th grade and younger, Kids and Kiddush uses prayer, songs, stories and crafts to introduce services within the warmth of our Temple. These Shabbat programs also give parents an opportunity to share Temple experiences with each other and their family. Grandparents and others are encouraged to come too!

High Holy Days
Members in good standing receive High Holy Day tickets at no extra cost. On the Evening and Day of both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur there are Early and Late Services.

Families with children from grades four to eight are invited to attend the Early Service, while a children's service is held concurrently in the Chapel for those in kindergarten through third grade. Families with older children, couples without children, and single members are encouraged to attend the Late Service.

Afternoon and Memorial Services are held on Yom Kippur Day, followed by a Break-the-Fast.

Check the Temple Calendar to confirm dates and times as changes may occur.

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