Shabbat Service Schedule
Friday Night Service Schedule:
First Friday of the month: 6:00 pm
Second Friday of the month: 5:30 pm service and Tot Shabbat service at 5:45 pm – Pot Luck (vegetarian) at OZ
Third Friday of the month: 6 pm Festive Shabbat service with music
Fourth Friday of the month: 6 pm service – Pot Luck (vegetarian) at Rabbi Amy and Bob’s home
Shabbat Morning Service Schedule:
Weekly Torah Study 8:30 am
Weekly Shabbat morning service 9:15 am
Lev Shalem, “A Whole Heart” Shabbat Service Schedule
A new Shabbat service, meeting the first Shabbat of every month, from 10 to 11:30 AM-In the yurt, weather permitting.
January 5, February 2, March 2, April 6, May 4, June 8
Contemplative, Meaning Seeking, Poetic, Participatory – seating in the round, Spiritual Intentions, Singing,
Come sing, clap, and dance your way into Shabbat with your baby, toddler, or preschooler! One Shabbat a month, children and their grownups gather for a gentle introduction to the music and concepts of Shabbat, followed by challah, juice, and a vegetarian potluck. We also offer an occasional Havdalah celebration. Traditional songs and prayers are interspersed with lively, kid-centered tunes that might have you making (imaginary) chicken soup one week or welcoming a dinosaur to Shabbat the next! Story time is always included. No prior knowledge of Hebrew or Shabbat prayers needed, so come join the fun!
10/12, 11/9, 12/14, 1/11, 1/26 (Havdalah), 2/8, 2/23 1/26 (Havdalah), 3/8, 4/12, 5/10, 6/14
More about spiritual life at OZ:
We offer a full complement of religious services, from daily minyan to Shabbat and Festival worship.
Our Friday evening Kabbalat Shabbat service is “havurah-like”. All present are encouraged to participate in joyous and meaningful liturgical songs as we welcome Shabbat.
Families and children are encouraged to attend. Most Friday evening services begin at 6:00 PM and are typically held in the Samuelson Saiger Sanctuary (the small sanctuary).
Our Shabbat morning service is traditional egalitarian with new melodies and kavannot (spiritual intentions) periodically introduced and incorporated.
Following services, everyone is invited to join us for Kiddush – often a lunch donated by synagogue members or bar/bat mitzvah families, where all are welcome. Saturday morning services begin at 9:15 AM.
Our daily minyan services are held every weekday and Sunday evenings at 7:00 PM and additionally on Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM. By attending these services, we offer support to members of our community who are saying Kaddish for a deceased family member.
am – Michael Gelin
Monday – Marv Greenberg
Tuesday – Basha Brody
Wednesday – Jeff Priest
Thursday – Marv Greenberg