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Friday Nights

Shabbat Shalom
Our community remains connected in worship…here online.. throughout the week.

Scroll through our weekly newsletter here (or by clicking the pamphlet to the left) to find information about upcoming events, messages from our clergy and leadership, and lifecycle information for members such as anniversaries, yahrzeits, sheloshim and our chicken soup list.


Soul Spark Shabbat
Third Friday of each month at 7pm

September 17, 2021
Bringing Shabbat Home

with Soul Spark Shabbat 

(ONLINE ONLY - the temple is closed)

This service premieres on YouTube only

Soul Spark is the creation of Cantor Natalie Young and Rabbi K'vod and features ensemble members cellist Steve Velez and percussionist Evan Wohl. This one-of-a-kind Shabbat evening service features contemplative music, meditation, and wisdom to ignite your soul! To sponsor an upcoming Soul Spark Shabbat Service, please contact Myka Thompson at                   

Kibitz & Community
on Zoom

The first Friday of each month: 5:30pm
All other Fridays: 6:30pm

Come be a part of something special as we connect together for Kibitz and Community. Bring Shalom from your home into the Zoom room. For those who are not joining services in person, this is a weekly opportunity to meet on Zoom, 30 minutes before services are streamed.

Bring in Shabbat with us!
Friday, September 24 at 7pm

Join us in the Pasternack Sanctuary for a joyful welcome of Shabbat! This service will also be streamed on our website.

New Year New Friday Service Schedule

Based on the recommendations from the Reform Rituals Committee,
our new service schedule begins in August!

The first Friday of each month: 6pm
All other Fridays: 7pm

On select Fridays monthly, we encourage "Bringing Shabbat Home". Invite a fellow congregant, friend(s), or your Small Group to join you virtually and share how YOU observe Shabbat. To help you create a meaningful and engaging Shabbat, audio files and a resource booklet are available to download and includes:

• What ritual items you need to bring Shabbat home
• Blessings and songs (in Hebrew, transliterated Hebrew, and English) and some teachings related to them
• Torah text and discussion topics
• Holiday recipes

This is an opportunity to gather with new and old TBESOC friends and observe Shabbat—“ceasing from rest”—outside of the synagogue setting. Enjoy!

Shabbat / Saturday Mornings

Torah Study

Every Saturday morning, join us for a zoom conference call where we take turns facilitating a discussion of the week’s Torah portion. 

Saturdays at 9am
Explore the weekly portion in a warm and welcoming atmosphere where each participant has the opportunity to learn, listen and share. The Torah Study Group provides its members and guests an opportunity to deepen their understanding of Torah in a safe and welcoming community which values respect for different perspectives and civility toward all. We value diverse opinions on the parashah being studied, including those not emanating from Judaism. Please join us in study any Saturday morning; a brief lay-led service follows the study.

Meeting ID: 880 4965 2457
Passcode: Torah

Conservative Shabbat Morning Service

Every Saturday morning experience an uplifting, fully participatory service using traditional liturgy using Lev Shalem, our Conservative prayer book. Congregants are welcome to lead parts of the service, read Torah and celebrate milestone events, such as birthdays and anniversaries, in community. Join us in person in the Sidney Eisenberg Chapel. This service will also be streamed on our website. All TBESOC members and visitors are welcome to attend. If you would like to participate please contact Wendy Lupul at or 949-425-9365.     


Kol Isha Shabbat Service (KISS)

The Kol Isha Shabbat Service (KISS) is the annual, popular, all women-led Shabbat morning worship service. We begin enlisting participants right after the High Holy Days; to participate in the service (speaking or non-speaking parts), serve as a greeter, or to dance at the KISS Kiddush Luncheon please contact Wendy. The fully transliterated KISS Siddur (prayer book) makes this service especially engaging and accessible. Men, women, teens and children are invited to attend and join us in celebrating “all women/woman’s voice” (“kol isha”). The next KISS is January 15, 2022.
For more information or questions, please contact Wendy Lupul at or 949-425-9365.        

Zhabbat Morning Services & Schmooze (Conservative Service)

Discontinued August 7, 2021

The Marty Stein Refuat Hanefesh Healing Service

Is there someone in your life who is ill and needs extra prayers for healing? Have you lost a loved one and want to say Kaddish with your temple extended family? TBESOC has a weekly Tuesday evening service dedicated to Marty Stein z”l who started it to give us that opportunity. The service is a fusion of Hebrew and English, using the weekday prayer book, Siddur Eit Ratzon. All Hebrew is transliterated and has beautiful, relevant explanations of the intentions behind the prayers. Contact Rabbi Joe to be put on our email list.

 Meeting ID: 849 4819 2885
 Password: 400892

Anytime Shabbat Morning Service
Join Rabbi K'vod to follow along
with the Saturday morning service
beginning with Shocheyn Ad.



Shabbat Experiences for Young Children

Sun, September 19 2021 13 Tishrei 5782