Participation in all services is in accordance with the public health regulations in force on that day. Currently, the left-hand side (facing the Ark) is reserved for people wearing masks.

Shabbat morning services are held every week at 9:00 a.m. in the main sanctuary.  

Monday morning minyan, with a Torah reading, every week (except holidays) at 6:30.

Please join to start our day together, support mourners and – sometimes – celebrate with Bnai Mitzvah.
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Israeli Kabbalat Shabbat Friday, 27 May at 18:00 Liturgical & Israeli songs and more with singer and paytanit Rimon Cohen, Hod VeHadar’s musicians, and Rabbi Tzvi Graetz
Yizkor Project
The Vaad is initiating a new tradition of remembering loved ones who have passed away. At the Kabbalat Shabbat Friday night services of the week when your loved one’s yahrzeit occurs, according to the Hebrew calendar, family members can say Kaddish for them and will be invited to share one short story or memory (1 minute in length), if you so wish. If you are not able to attend the service then the prayer leader will read your loved one’s name out aloud before saying communal Kaddish. We hope this will offer support and draw one another closer by sharing memories of our departed, loved ones.
For more information about the project, click here.
We invite you to make a donation to Hod VeHadar in your loved one’s memory, using our donation page
Please fill out the simple Google form in this link in Hebrew
After filling out the form, the office should be notified09-7662485, Hdvhadar@inter.net.il