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Health and Safety Protocols for Attending In-Person Services

In order to provide an in-person service option in our sanctuary, we are requiring all that attend to be fully vaccinated, age 12 or older, and be masked and maintain social distance from those not in your group. Click HERE for the dates of future in-person Shabbat services.

Please note: availability of in-person services is subject to change; we will notify you of any changes ahead of the start of services. 

Shabbat Worship

Celebrating Sacred Time
Finding meaning and peace in sharing Shabbat.

Worship is a time of meditation, individual spirituality and inspiration. As a community, we are challenged by engaging exchanges of ideas that respect the depth of knowledge of both Jewish professionals and congregants. As more people seek personal spiritual growth, the synagogue should become a sanctuary where one can pursue that quest individually and communally.

Worship at Sukkat Shalom is spirited, intimate and meaningful. Music is an essential piece of our worship experience.

Joining together with others creates a caring community that is Sukkat Shalom.

Weekly Shabbat services begin at 7:30 p.m., though often we celebrate Early Shabbat at 6:00 p.m., which may be followed by a dinner in our Social Hall.

Please check our calendar  for specific times.

Mon, November 29 2021 25 Kislev 5782