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Worship

We are open for Shabbat services in person. Please check our calendar and our weekly emails for specific details.

At Congregation Beth Jacob, we offer services that allow all who attend to engage in meaningful prayer, find personal connection to and relevance with Jewish tradition.

We strive for individual, communal and spiritual experience, finding empathy and connection with prayer. Learning at all levels is encouraged at CBJ, and our services provide opportunities for children and adults to deepen their understanding of Jewish prayer and traditions.  Our services are participatory and stress lay leadership and communal singing. Transliterations are available at each service to facilitate participation.

 

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Below is a listing of all of the weekly worship services at CBJ. See full Shabbat details HERE.

Friday Night

Erev Shabbat Services begin at 6:30 p.m. each week. Both in person and online options available.

Join us for our new musical 4th Friday night services. Starting at 6:30, we will sing, dance and move with the Kabbalat Shabbat service as we decompress from our workweeks and create a relaxing and meaningful Shabbat experience. Led by Michael Battat and Bill, we look forward to being together and letting the music stir our souls.

Saturday Morning

Torah Study – Every Saturday, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tot Shabbat and Childcare – Every Saturday, 9:00 a.m. thru the end of services.
Sanctuary Service – Every Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to about 12:30 p.m.
Junior Congregation – Weekly during the school year at 10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m., led by Dan Leemon (check calendar for exceptions).
The Power Hour – An hour-long alternative service full of music and meaning, joy and spirit – every Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Kiddush Luncheon – Every Saturday after services, about 12:30 p.m. (currently outside with box lunches)

 

Wednesday Morning Henry Rabin Minyan at CBJ

Every Wednesday, 7:30 a.m., in the Beit T’fillah

A Minyan is a traditional prayer quorum of at least ten Jewish adults above the age of 13 who assemble for public worship and various other religious observances. A biblical phrase, “God stands in the Divine assembly” (Ps. 82:1), was interpreted by the rabbis to mean that if ten pray together, the Shekhinah — God’s Presence — hovers over them (Avot 3:6; Ber. 6a).

The Henry Rabin Minyan provides an opportunity for prayer, fellowship and friendship. As the Minyanaires carry the banner of Henry Rabin forward to make Beth Jacob a better place, their mission remains the same: sending children to Jewish summer camps, bringing families together to picnic in the park, and helping families cope in tough times. As they do mitzvot, they do these things with thoughts of Henry and the other Minyanaires who are no longer with them.

Mon, August 15 2022 18 Av 5782