Shabbat morning prayer services at 10:00 AM, rain or shine, followed by a Kiddush (lunch) at about 12:15 PM, all in a warm, friendlynice siddur.jpg atmosphere. If you can't come for the whole service, you are welcome to come for part of it. Whenever you can make it, we are happy to have you. Some don't stay for the kiddush and leave right after the services.

There is a simultaneous junior congregation during services.

Our prayers are mostly in Hebrew, but our prayer books have full English translation and pages are also announced. The sermon is in English.

Our congregation consists of regular area Jews, none of which are orthodox. They come for the warmth, spirit, knowledge, and connection.

We also have Holiday prayer services at 10:00 AM. This includes: High Holidays, Sukkot, Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, first and last days of Passover, and Shavuot. These services are also followed by a kiddush like Shabbat.