7:57pm: Shabbat Candlelighting
7:15pm: Kabbalat Shabbat service led by Rabbi Segelman and Cantor Goldberg
Please join us in the Chapel for a lay-led morning of summer davening and learning.
9:30am-12:00pm: Shabbat Services
Honoring and Obeying “an Impassioned God”
Cantor Ethan Goldberg
A Jazzy and Snazzy Adon Olam
8:00pm: Mincha Ma’ariv
Rabbi Segelman will say a brief shiur: Does God Really Know the Future? (and Other Related Thoughts)
10:45am: Torah for Tots ~ Early Childhood – Kindergarten, Youth Lounge
Join us this Shabbat as we learn about the Mezuzah and sing the Shema. Children and parents together are encouraged to participate in all aspects of our service. Join us as we enjoy learning about Shabbat as a community.
10:45am: Youth Services ~ 1st – 6th Grade, Library
Shhh! Listen. In this week’s Torah portion, Ve’etchanan, we once again read the words of the Shema — the important words that ask Jews to listen to God, and also to each other. After our Shabbat service, we will peek into a mezuzah to see the words up close, and discuss how they relate to our own lives. Then we will explore WJC to see how manymezuzot we can find. Lastly, we will play a game where good listeners are rewarded!
Registration for services, programs, and seating is now open. Please fill out and submit the High Holiday Ticket and Family and Children’s Program Sign-up Forms. We encourage early registration so that your requests can be handled efficiently, including any special accommodations. Please note that while we will do our utmost to provide you with your requested seating arrangements, we may not be able to fulfill all requests.
**It is critically important to our planning that you submit your information and special requests.**