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Our Alternative Services & Study Groups


Java n’ Jeans

Do you have questions about Jewish prayer? Are you seeking a deeper meaning behind the prayers? Join Rabbi Klirs for Java ‘N Jeans at its new time - 9:30-10:30am – every other month, on the 1st Shabbat morning of the month. We will delve into and discuss the true meaning and purpose of prayer in an informal setting. Coffee is provided and we welcome everyone, regardless of background.  Feel free to wear your favorite pair of jeans or whatever you like! After a robust, interactive study session, everyone is encouraged to join the congregation for the remainder of the service in the main sanctuary and stay for the Kiddush luncheon afterwards.

Shabbat Blessings

Shabbat Blessings is a new kind of Shabbat morning experience which offers an opportunity for spiritual enrichment and renewal through sharing our own blessings and insights, in the context of relevant prayers, music and texts from our tradition.  Each time we meet we will explore one of the major themes or ideas of Jewish prayer through objects, poetry, stories, anecdotes or something else personal which interested participants bring to share. Join Rabbi Klirs for this new adventure on January 6, March 3 and June 2, 2018.

 

Torah Study Groups   (an enriching, engrossing hour of learning together.)
 

Tuesdays with Torah

Join Rabbi Klirs at 9:30 Tuesday mornings for a lively discussion of the weekly parashah (Torah portion), utilizing traditional and contemporary commentaries, insights and perspectives drawn from multiple sources, including cartoons!

Torah Sparks

Join us on on Wednesdays as we study the “Pirkei Avot,” The Ethics of our Ancestors as a guide. We will explore the wellspring of ethics and morality from the beginning of Rabbinic Judaism to today. Our study will include such issues as: “The Value of a Smile,” “How Honest Must We Be?” “What Age is the Best Age To Be?” and “The Best Way To Discover God.”

Children’s Services

Please see our CALENDAR for upcoming dates and times.

Thu, December 14 2017 26 Kislev 5778