Shabbat Worship Services
Our worship services start promptly at 10 AM
Our Shabbat shachrit (morning) services opens with reading of a Psalm and Biblical Wisdom Literature. We continue in our Ashkenazi siddur (order of service book.) We follow a traditional Jewish liturgy with the exception of a reading appropriate to the parshah/sidra of the week from the Apostolic Writings as well as several worshipful songs during the service. This expresses our joy that we have come to understand that the Messiah has come and we look forward to His return. We always conduct a Torah service (reading from a Torah scroll(s)) with the usual additional readings on High Holy days. A message usually based on the weekly reading is given after the Torah service.
At approximately 1pm., we eat a meal together (oneg) and for those who wish to stay we have a teaching or lecture for approximately 45 minutes.
For the High Holy days we have appropriate service to fulfill the Torah requirements and traditions passed on to us from our forefathers and sages.
We are open to all who wish to worship with us no matter one’s background.