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Pray

 

Break Away from the Everyday. Get some Spiritual Exercise. Come and Pray!

At Temple B’nai Torah, we see t'fila, prayer, as a radical act of hope. On Shabbat, for 25 hours, we imagine the world as it should be, rather than the world as it is. Shabbat is an invitation and, sometimes, a challenge to see light even when the world seems dark. Prayer helps us to give thanks and show gratitude for the little things that we often take for granted. Ultimately, we see prayer as a type of regular exercise for our souls to help us build the moral muscle to do the sacred work of tikun olam, repairing our fractured world.

Kabbalat Shabbat, Welcoming Shabbat

Fridays, 7:00 p.m.

Start your weekend out right. Every Friday night, we welcome Shabbat with our TBT family, our rabbis and many gifted musical guests. We focus on the teachings of our Torah, our sacred guidebook, and some unique rituals that help to heighten Shabbat, our day of rest. WE HAVE RESUMED IN PERSON SERVICES, but will continue to stream on our website livestream or Facebook.

Shabbat Shacharit, Shabbat Morning Blessings and Torah Reading

Saturdays, 10:30 a.m.

Join us on Saturday mornings for music, reflection and celebration of our Torah. We follow our Shabbat morning services with unique Torah study focused on the intersection between our Jewish values and the modern world. WE HAVE RESUMED IN PERSON SERVICES, but will continue to stream on our website livestream or Facebook.

Tot Shabbat, Shabbat Fun for Your Little One

First Fridays, 5:30 p.m.

Third Saturdays, 9:30 a.m.

Our Tot Shabbat program for parents, grandparents and children 0-5 welcomes Shabbat with a short but engaging half-hour of singing, dancing, stories, and blessings. Join Rabbi Molly Weisel and our artist-in-residence, Josh Niehaus, for a virtual Tot Shabbat twice each month, morning and evening. Email contact@templebnaitorah.org for the Zoom link.

Wed, July 28 2021 19 Av 5781