Click here to see the temple calendar for an up-to-date list of all events at the temple.
Shabbat worship services are held on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. Our services follow the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) framework. On Saturday mornings, when there is no B’nai Mitzvah, the Shabbat service is preceded by an informal discussion of the weekly Torah reading led by our Rabbi or lay leaders when the need arises. In addition to our more traditional services, we also have special services tailored to families and small children. Our services also feature a unique musical ensemble. Click the link for information on our different Shabbat celebrations.
As in any other synagogue in the world, our sanctuary is always filled during the Yamim Noraim (the Days of Awe). Our temple celebrates Rosh Hashanah for 2 days. There are worship services for all age groups, and babysitting for young children. As the year progresses, look here for more details on events surrounding the Days of Awe.
From Sukkot to Passover, learn more about our festival services and celebrations.