An Egalitarian, Conservative Movement Service
We are a fully egalitarian synagogue, with men and women actively taking part in leading the service.
In accordance with the instructions issued by the Ministry of Health, the congregation is gradually returning to in-person services.
Details are published on the Coming Events page.
In ordinary times, we gather to welcome the Shabbat every Friday night (usually 20 minutes after candle-lighting time in winter and 18:15 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 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.