The beauty of Shabbat and Jewish holidays are celebrated in a myriad of ways that capture the meaning, solemnity, and/or joy of each holy day throughout the calendar year. Prayer, music, visual t’filah, guest speakers, student participation, Torah study, and stories all embellish each occasion.
Our Friday evening services help usher in the joy of Shabbat with music, community, and worship. Membership is not required to join us – all are welcome to attend!
Services normally begin at 7:00 PM in-person in our Sanctuary (masked and distanced). You can also join us virtually by joining our YouTube livestream:
Please note that our virtual services normally go live at the scheduled time of the service, not before. Our link for Shabbat is also included in our weekly Temple email and Rabbi’s Shabbat Message.
Saturday Services take place to celebrate our congregants becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Morning Services begin promptly at 10:30 AM. Our evening Mincha B’nai Mitzvah Services begin promptly at 5:00 PM. All services, unless otherwise noted, occur in our Sanctuary.
You can join us virtually by joining our YouTube livestream:
As a community rooted in coming together, Temple Har Shalom celebrates the entire Hebrew calendar’s array of holidays in the most engaging of ways. While holiday programming is communicated to our congregation through various means and methods, general holidays celebrated and commemorated through the year include: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Hanukkah, Purim, Passover, Shavuot.
In Hebrew, minhag roughly translates to the general traditions or customs of a given Jewish community. To help make all of our guests comfortable in joining us for whatever event brings you into our midst, below is some brief information about worship at Temple Har Shalom: