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Join COS for In-Person or Virtual Shabbat Services

Coming in person?
  • Facemasks are optional for individuals entering the synagogue who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
  • Ohev Shalom requests all individuals who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to wear facemasks when they are in the synagogue.
  • Feel free to wear a facemask even if you are fully vaccinated. We want everyone to be comfortable as we gather together again.
  • Respect the different comfort levels of fellow congregants. Some may be fine chatting but without physical contact. Others are good with an elbow or fist-bump, while some are ready for a hug. It is okay to ask!
  • Practice good hygiene by washing hands regularly or using hand sanitizer. Sanitizer dispensers are available in the lobby and sanctuary, including a touchless automatic dispenser in the lobby.
  • The Play & Pray Room at the back of the sanctuary is available for single-family use by reservation or, if not reserved, on a first come, first-served basis.
  • Some rows in the sanctuary will remain closed for social distancing as indicated by gold ropes.
  • Please review Congregation Ohev Shalom’s revised COVID-19 safety procedures, which can be found HERE.

Join services online at:

Livestream at

Facebook Live at

COS homepage – you’re here already!

Download a PDF of the service (Siddur Lev Shalem) and the Torah and Haftarah (Etz Hayim)  readings each week at

We hope to see in-person or online soon - Shabbat Shalom!


Friday, July 30th

7:30 PM - Shabbat Services 

with Rabbi Kay & Cantor Robuck

Also available via Livestream OR Facebook Live


Saturday, July 31st

9:30 AM - Shabbat Morning Services

with Rabbi Kay & Cantor Robuck

Also available via Livestream OR Facebook Live


NOTE: Earlier Time--8:45 PM - In-person Havdalah

with Rabbi David & Joanne Goldman Kay

Also available via Livestream OR Facebook Live




All the texts you need for Virtual Shabbat (Friday night blessings, Shabbat prayer book, Torah and Haftarah portions in Hebrew and English) can be found at:



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Hearing Loop Installed

Congregation Ohev Shalom has installed a Hearing Loop in the sanctuary, chapel, and ballrooms.  This is to assist those with hearing loss hear more clearly during services.  A Hearing Loop is an assistive listening system that transmits sound directly into one’s hearing aids or cochlear implants rather than depending on sound coming from the loudspeakers.  To receive the Loop signal and hear more clearly, you will need to manually activate your T-coil or “telephone” setting on your hearing aid or cochlear implant.  If you don’t know if you have a T-coil or whether yours is properly programmed, consult with your audiologist or hearing aid professional.  If you don’t wear hearing aids, ask to use a Loop receiver to receive the sound. 

       Ohev Shalom Shabbat morning services may be viewed on Livestream

Congregation Ohev Shalom is affiliated with
the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

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