Blue Jean, Grandparent, and Great Grandparent Shabbat Service
Thank you for coming to our annual Blue Jean, Grandparent, and Great Grandparent Shabbat Service! We had an amazing time enjoy dinner from Goose Creek Diner and our little ones enjoyed being on the bima for Tot Shabbat.
Family Services are held during the school year when our Religious School classes take turns leading services. These “Family Services” are usually held on the second Friday of the month and take place after a Family Shabbat Dinner. Led by the older students, only one service is held for the entire congregation. Twice a year, usually at the beginning and end of the school year, we hold a more relaxed and informal “Blue Jean Shabbat”.
Shabbat (the Sabbath) is a key part of Jewish life; it is observed as a day of rest and spiritual rejuvenation. Shabbat takes place from nightfall on Friday to nightfall on Saturday. In the home and synagogue, blessings are made and candles are lit to welcome Shabbat and signify the start of the festival. The Kiddush prayer is recited to represent the holiness of the day. Blessings are made over wine and challah.
***Shavuot through Rosh Hashanah
7:30 am Morning Minyan
6:00 pm Yahrzeit Service & Oneg Shabbat
6:30 pm Shabbat Service
***We host one Friday night Shabbat service, including any guests or events.
9:00 am Torah Study
10:30 am Shabbat Service
***Friday and Saturday services remain at the scheduled times, regardless of weather.