SHABBAT SERVICES

Friday Evenings
6:30 PM*
    Kabbalat Shabbat Services accompanied by music

Shabbat Mornings
8:30 AM    
Torah Reflections - A class on the weekly parsha led by Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen.
9:30 AM      
Shacharit (Morning Services).  Kiddush following services in the Nishmat Am Social Center.
10:00 AM   
 Child Care (all ages)                                                                                                                                                     10:30-11:30 AM - Once a month-Tot-Shabbat Program (see details below)
                                                                        

Weekly Shabbat and Friday night services, as well as holiday services, are inspiring and meaningful and win the praise of all who attend -- members, guests, visitors or drop-ins from the neighborhood. Services are distinct in their spirited, animated atmosphere and inclusiveness. As an egalitarian synagogue, we invite women to participate equally at all levels of our services.

Our uplifting services are also the venue for Bar/Bat Mizvahs, aufrufs, baby namings and celebration of other life-cycle events. Every service is followed by a Kiddush or Oneg which provides opportunity for socialization and for everyone to experience Oneg Shabbat (delight in Shabbat).

Friday night "Freylach" services (during spring and summer) -- musical Kabbalat services, welcome Shabbat in the unique "Nishmat Am" way. Experience a spiritual, uplifting Kabbalat Shabbat service with music, song and dance! Our instrumental ensemble includes talented performers from among Nishmat Am
 members.

*During the school year (Sept-May) we have a Family Shabbat service which begins at 7:00 pm.  Members of our religious school participate in this special service for families with children of all ages.

CHILDREN'S SHABBAT PROGRAMS

TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM  - Ages Toddlers -5 years

Tot-Shabbat meets the second Saturday of each month.  The program, led by Sherrie Stohl takes place from 10:30 - 11:30 and includes Shabbat stories, songs, dance, creative movement and snack, creating a unique Shabbat experience for each child.