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We offer engaging ways to enjoy Shabbat such as:

Friday Night
Welcoming Shabbat: A Joyous and Participatory Service for young and old, Music, Dancing, Community, Opportunities for reflection and inspiration. Gathering at 5:30 for hors d’oeuvres.

Traditional Reform Shabbat Service: A beautiful service in the mainstream Reform model of worship using a variety of musical styles with piano accompaniment to create a warm and inviting worship experience. Our rabbis offer inspirational learning with their sermons. This service is followed by an Oneg Shabbat (savory treats and socializing!)

Saturday Mornings
Reform Shabbat Morning services begin at 10am on select dates and music is lead with guitar accompaniment by Cantor Natalie Young. The service takes place in our sanctuary. While the service is open to our entire congregation, you can expect that service attendees will primarily be guests of the b’nai mitzvah family. The bar/bat mitzvah student will lead the service from Mishkan T’filah, our Reform prayer book.

Every Saturday morning there is Torah Study AND either a Conservative Shabbat morning service or a Jerusalem Shabbat service in the Sidney Eisenberg Chapel. (Please see our calendar for details.)

Conservative Shabbat Morning services are an uplifting participatory service using traditional liturgy out of Lev Shalem, our Conservative prayer book.

Service timing is from 9:15 am – 12 pm and is followed by a community lunch.

Jerusalem Shabbat Services are participatory services that typically take place in our chapel, but sometimes are held in the Pasternack Sanctuary. Led by Rabbi K’vod, Cantor Young, and the Band of Milk and Honey, in the context of our regular Shabbat morning community, out of Mishkan T’filah (our Reform prayer book) and/or from Lev Shalem (our Conservative prayer book).

Service timing is from 9:30 am – 11:45 pm and is followed by a community lunch.

Torah Study is an opportunity to explore the weekly portion in a warm and welcoming atmosphere where each participant has the opportunities to learn, listen and share. A brief lay-led service follows the study.


The purpose of the TBESOC Conservative Service sign up is to:

  • Enable participation in weekday, Shabbat and Holiday services:
  • Serve as a greeter/usher
  • Lead a part of the service
  • Do a Torah reading
  • Accept an Aliyah for a special occasion
  • Do a Haftarah reading
  • Maybe even deliver a drash!
  • Share music files as a resource for services
  • Share Torah chanting resources
  • Enable future participation and sharing opportunities as the need arises and our services evolve


Our Pre-Pandemic Worship Schedule was:

Friday Services
Our Early and Late Services alternate weeks.
1st and 3rd week of the month: 6pm Welcoming Shabbat service (5:30pm nosh)
2nd and 4th weeks of the month: 7:30pm Traditional Reform Shabbat service, oneg (food and socializing) after.

Saturday Services
9am Torah Study
9:30am Conservative Service
10am services (when a child is becoming a
Bar/Bat Mitzvah and conducts most of the service)

Shabbat Katan (formerly "Tot Shabbat")
These services, designed for our youngest congregants and their families, are specially scheduled. 

Weekday Minyanim
6:30pm on Tuesdays in the Eisenberg chapel
Start your day with a mitzvah! Come and be part of a community minyan as congregants recite kaddish for their departed loved ones.

Friday Services During the Summer
Each summer, Kabbalat Shabbat Services are at 6pm, except the last Shabbat of the month which is a Traditional Service at 7:30pm.


The Story of Our Holocaust Torah Scrolls 

Click here for information about our Torah scrolls

“Each Memorial Scroll is a messenger from a community that was lost, but does not deserve to be forgotten”




Click here to read the story of how one scroll arrived to TBESOC.

Click here or the image to the left for a presentation about the scrolls.

Tue, October 3 2023 18 Tishrei 5784