Temple Beth Torah holds weekly Shabbat services on Friday evenings at 7:00 PM. The congregation prays with the reform prayer book, “The Gates of Prayer” which includes gender neutral language, poetic translations and transliterations of the most common prayers.
Shabbat provides an opportunity for prayer, study and communal celebration. Our Shabbat services are highly spirited including singing, worship, meditative reflection and Torah study that is interactive and enlightening.
Each Shabbat service offers the opportunity to learn more about our Jewish traditions as well as to feel a part of the global Jewish community. An Oneg Shabbat with delicious refreshments follows each service for everyone to socialize and learn more about Temple activities.
In addition to religious services celebrating of all the major holidays, we also have special celebrations and commemorations including:
Yom Limud (community day of learning), Tu b’Shevat (holiday for trees), Purim carnival, Yom Hashoa (Holocaust remembrance), Israel Independence Day, our outdoor Sukkot services, Simchat Torah, and our annual Hanukkah party.
All of our worship services are open to everyone For Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, we have a children’s service that precedes the morning worship.