Traditional Night Friday Night Shabbat Services 7:30-8:30 PM

Congregation Ohev Shalom’s Traditional Friday night service is a freylich (joyful) service in which lively congregational melodies are sung by the Cantor and the congregation actively joins in. There is also a weekly study session led by one of the rabbis. Our current topic is “Treasures of Siddur Lev Shalem", exploring our new Shabbat and Festival prayer book. Questions and discussions are always encouraged.

Ruach Shabbat – Friday Night Service

What makes Erev Shabbat services so special at Jewish summer camps, youth groups, Hillel, and independent minyanim? Find out at our monthly Ruach Shabbat Friday night service. A more informal atmosphere, Carlebach-style and other melodies, and a full and spirited Kabbalat Shabbat.

Parshat Ha-Shavu’a – Weekly Shabbat Morning Torah Study – 9 AM

A look at some key elements in the week’s parshah, with insights and analysis by our rabbis. Start your Shabbat morning off with some learning!

Shabbat Morning Sanctuary Service – 9:30 AM

Shabbat morning services are the most popular and beloved in the Ohev Shalom community. Led by our Cantor, the service is full of singing and congregational participation. Most of the Torah reading is handled by our volunteer Yad Squad, members of our congregation of all ages. One of our rabbis delivers an impassioned message dealing with the spiritual and contemporary issues of our time. This is the service in which we celebrate life cycle events: Bar or Bat Mitzvah, wedding aufrufs, baby-namings, wedding anniversaries, and more. This service is a true celebration of our Judaism: its teachings, songs and prayers and the sharing together of the joys of our congregational family.


Weekday Morning Minyan

Sunday – 9:00 AM at Congregation Ohev Shalom

Monday through Friday – Orlando Community Weekday Minyan (Conservative egalitarian)
7:45 AM (9:00 AM on national holidays)
2nd Floor Beit K’nesset (chapel) – Jewish Academy of Orlando
851 Maitland Avenue, Maitland FL 32751

Tue, February 20 2018 5 Adar 5778