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Weekly Shabbat Services at Ohev Shalom

We offer a variety of Friday night and Saturday morning experiences that will spark your interest and uplift your spirit. Our warm and haimish Shabbat services engage all ages and backgrounds to participate, are fully egalitarian, and maintain the beautiful traditions of modern Conservative Judaism. 
In addition, our innovative special services and Shabbat learning experiences offer fresh and inspiring Jewish connection. All are welcome! 

Traditional Friday Night Service 6:30pm

Join Rabbi Geoffrey Spector and Cantor Weber for a joyful, engaging service with all of the traditional prayers. 

Shabbat Morning Service 9:30am

Our Shabbat morning service is full of singing and congregant participation. Rabbi Spector delivers a heartfelt message dealing with the spiritual and contemporary issues of our time.
Torah reading is handled by our Yad Squad, volunteer congregants of all ages and backgrounds. We celebrate many life cycle events at our Saturday morning service: Bar and Bat Mitzvah, wedding aufrufs, baby namings, birthdays and wedding anniversaries, and more. It is a true celebration of our Judaism: its teachings, songs, and prayers and the sharing together of the joys of our congregational family.

Sunday Morning Minyan at 9am

Start your morning with the Mitzvah of remembrance and prayer.
Join us at the synagogue every Sunday at 9am.

Shabbat for Families & Young Children

Shabbatlettes: Saturdays 11:00–11:45 a.m. 
Families with children toddler age to kindergarten join together to celebrate Shabbat with singing, prayer, story, and movement. 
Shabbat Morning Family Experience: Saturdays 9:30–11:00 a.m. 
Families with K–5th graders join Marla Rosen in the COS Chapel for an interactive Shabbat morning experience that includes prayer led by the children, stories, games, songs, and a continental breakfast. Begins at 9:30 with breakfast, followed by the family service at 10 a.m. 
No charge, but RSVP requested. Check our calendar for more information.



Tue, July 16 2024 10 Tammuz 5784