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Shabbat Services

Shabbat at Temple Judea is an uplifting, joyful and spiritual experience that offers a chance to connect with others in our friendly congregation. Shabbat also brings the comfort of community to those who have challenges or have suffered loss.

Friday night services

All are welcome to join us at 7:00 pm every Friday night for our Shabbat services. In season, some services are held in our outdoor prayer space. Check the calendar on this website for additional details.

Our Shabbat services vary in style, and often include musical accompaniment. For our traditional Reform Shabbat Service, we use the Mishkan T’filah prayer book with English and Hebrew text. During the school year, our services are led by Religious School students once a month. Age-appropriate prayer books are used on those occasions.

Saturday morning worship and study

Shabbat morning services are held in conjunction with B’nai mitzvah and other special events. Check the calendar on this website for information.

Saturday mornings at Temple Judea begin at 8:45 am with a one-hour Torah study session, which offers the opportunity to interact with others while exploring Torah together. This lively and thoughtful group of congregants is flexible and welcoming. Bagels and coffee are offered. On mornings when there is no formal Shabbat service, we conclude Torah study with Kaddish for those who are honoring their loved ones.

On the last Saturday of the month, September through June, Rabbi Simon leads a series of classes exploring Jewish spirituality. The current class is called “Sage-ing: The Art of Spiritual Eldering.” Those interested in joining this ongoing class should contact Rabbi Simon.

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