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Our Services

Temple Emeth holds religious services for both adults and children throughout the year. Our services are egalitarian, highly musical, personalized and creative religious experiences. We use both the Hebrew and English texts of the renowned Sim Shalom prayer book. All are welcome!


Kabbalat Shabbat Friday evening service begins weekly at 6 pm.

Shabbat services are held in the sanctuary on Saturday mornings beginning at 9:30 am. Kiddush follows.

Perachim (flowers), a service for preschool children held on selected Shabbat mornings during the school year, includes music, movement, and stories with a Shabbat theme, followed by a snack of challah and juice. Parents, grandparents and caregivers are welcome! Check website calendar for dates.

Daily Minyan

Morning and evening daily minyan, held in the Chapel, provides for the spiritual needs of both Temple members and non-members in the Jewish community. Please let the leader know if you are observing a Yahrzeit, so that you can be offered an opportunity to lead the service, or to accept an honor.

Minyan times are:

Monday -Thursday: 7 am* and 7 pm
Friday: 7 am* and 6 pm
Saturday: Sundown (check calendar for exact times)
Sunday: 8:30 am and 6 pm

*If a secular holiday falls on a weekday, service begins 8:30 am.

Shabbat with an Outstretched Arm

Saturday, February 2 at 9:30 am: a Shabbat service with special attention to accessibility for people with disabilities. Will feature large print books, assisted listening devices, and ASL interpreters. Contact congregant Ray Feller for more information or to participate.

Check the website calendar for additional programs that welcome people with disabilities.

High Holy Days

Traditional and alternative services are offered, as well as participatory services for children and teens. Check the website calendar for details. Tickets are required for admission to High Holy Day services. Please contact Temple Emeth’s Executive Director for information.

Jewish Holidays
For services held on Jewish holidays check website calendar for dates and times.

Learn More
Torah Sparks, a publication of The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, is a discussion guide to the weekly Torah portion.

Consult The Unraveller, a commentary on the weekly Haftarah portion published by The Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs.

Minyanaires in Chapel
Rabbi Turetz at sanctuary doors
First Friday Tot Shabbat service
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