An Egalitarian, Conservative Movement Service
We are a fully egalitarian synagogue, with men and women actively taking part in leading the service.
Together, we gather to welcome the Shabbat every Friday night (20 minutes after candle-lighting time in winter and 18:00 during daylight savings time) and Saturday morning at 9:00, using the prayer book of the Conservative Movement – Ve’ani Tefilati. Similarly, we join together to celebrate every holiday on the Jewish calendar, as well as important national holidays in Israel – Yom Hashoah, Israel Remembrance Day, and Israel Independence Day.
A morning minyan is held every Monday at 6:30 a.m.
The schedule of service leaders and Torah readers, may be found here.
Learn To Read Torah/Haftarah, using the method developed by Susie Dvoskin (1946-2017) on the site “Lift Up Your Voice.” Many members of Hod veHadar participated in creating and developing the site.