Every 7th day. 52 weeks a year. Since Creation.
Come for lively communal worship in the Sanctuary, alternative services, parashah study, music, and more.
Please see our health and safety policies before arriving for services. Those who wish to tune in remotely can still watch on PAS CONNECT or Livestream. We look forward to seeing you!
Kabbalat Shabbat / Fri / 6:15 pm
Recharge your spirit with a musical, lively, family-friendly service.
Shabbat Morning Service / Sat / 9:45 am
A musically uplifting morning service, Torah reading, sermon, and musaf. Schmooze afterward at Kiddush.
Minha / Sat / 12:30 pm
ALTERNATIVE SERVICES AND PROGRAMS
Descriptions of ongoing Shabbat worship and program opportunities can be found below. In addition to our ongoing programs, many one-time youth, educational, and music opportunities take place during Shabbat. Check the calendar for specific dates and times and additional details for all services and programs.
Please note: Alternative programs have been suspended or moved online. Please check the calendar for the most up-to-date information.
TOT TEFILLAH: YOUNG FAMILY SHABBAT MORNING SERVICES
Services include Shabbat songs, dancing, a story, and other activities and end with Kiddush and a light snack before joining in the community Kiddush that follows services in the Sanctuary. Please refer to our calendar for Tot Tefillah dates and information.
CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL SHABBAT EXPERIENCES
- Gan, Alef and Bet (K–2) Family Shabbat Experiences
Parents and children will come together in song, prayer and learning at a family-oriented service.
- Gimel and Dalet (Grades 3 & 4) Family Shabbat Experiences
Families will join the community Shabbat service in the Sanctuary for and then leave together for a family learning session.
- Hey and Vav (Grades 5 & 6) Family Shabbat Experiences
Families will join the community Shabbat service in the Sanctuary for the beginning of the Torah service and then leave together for a family learning session.
You’ll find the joy of Shabbat music and liturgy but in a smaller, more intimate setting where you’ll have the opportunity to participate and engage in Jewish learning. ome along and play a part in all aspects of the service and find community together. If you would like to get involved, learn about, or volunteer for Shabbat B’Yachad, contact Cantor Reisner. Please refer to our calendar for B'Yachad dates and information.
HAVDALAH FOR FAMILIES WITH YOUNG CHILDREN
Havdalah (Hebrew for “distinction”) is the ritual that separates Shabbat from the rest of the week. Led by members of the clergy, we end Shabbat with a crafts project or other activity, a short service, and a snack.
VAV BOOK CLUB
Vav (Grade 6) learners and their parents are invited to join Rabbi Cosgrove for two book discussions each year.
PARENT/TEEN SHABBAT STUDY WITH RABBI COSGROVE
Post-Bnei Mitzvah learners and their parents are invited to meet at Rabbi Cosgrove’s apartment for a discussion, schmoozing, snacks, and Shabbat fun!