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On Friday night, Shabbat Services will be virtual. Click here to join the Zoom meeting.

On Shabbat mornings, Rabbi Dorsch will hold Shabbat Morning services in the synagogue with very limited attendance, in the Radow Sanctuary at 9:30 a.m. Click here for Livestreaming Shabbat morning services on Facebook. 

You may sign up to attend services in person once every three weeks.

Click here to sign-up if you would like to attend services at the synagogue by selecting the date of the service you would like to attend.

We will continue to livestream these services, click here for minyan and service Zoom links. While this should be set automatically, please be sure to mute your line during the service. You can join the meeting by clicking here.

Shabbat Services

Shabbat Services:
Friday evening minyan at 6:30 p.m.
Shabbat morning service is at 9:30 a.m.
We are happy to have you join us whenever you arrive. 
Every Shabbat morning service concludes with a full kiddush lunch, where our community comes together to learn and schmooze.
Congregation Etz Chaim hosts a variety of alternative, creative services throughout the year. Some of these services include:
Blue Jean Shabbat features a synagogue-wide community dinner followed by a musical service lead by musicians within our congregation.
Shabbat Sasson is an intimate service for spiritual seekers led by our rabbinic intern, followed by a dairy potluck dinner.
Shake it Up Shabbat is a casual celebration of Shabbat, where we find a new seat, read a new prayer or change things up from the bimah.
Tot Shabbat (on Friday or Saturday) is a monthly Shabbat experience for families with young children. We sing songs, dance, have Torah stories, crafts and fun. When Tot Shabbat is on Friday, we start Shabbat with a potluck dinner. On Saturday, all are invited after Tot Shabbat to join us for kiddush lunch.
Junior Congregation on designated Shabbat mornings, we invite all 2nd - 6th graders to join us in the Levine Family Chapel for a relaxed service where our students can practice prayers and experience the weekly Torah portion. Students are encouraged to participate and become comfortable being on the bimah. Parents are welcome. 
Sat, October 24 2020 6 Cheshvan 5781