We have Shabbat services weekly on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. We are committed to providing an inclusive, welcoming space for people of all ages. We celebrate our holy days with awe and with joy…and hope you will join us. Everyone is welcome.
Shabbat Service Times
First Friday of every month - 7:00pm
All other Friday evenings - 6:00pm
The second Friday of every month is a musical Shabbat service led by Rabbi Fred Greene, Cantorial Soloist Holli Berman, and Or Zimrah, the Har HaShem band.
Saturday morning Torah Study - 9:00am
Saturday morning service - 10:15am
Congregation Har HaShem offers a warm and spirited Friday evening Shabbat celebration for young families on the first Friday of the month at 6:00 pm in the North Building sanctuary.
Led by clergy, this service is not just for tots! Join us for this family-friendly Shabbat service with singing, engaging prayers and child-friendly teachings.
Youth Shabbat is a special Shabbat service held once a month for kids and teens in grades 3-12. It is planned and led by the youth group board. These services are fun and interactive! The youth group board creates services that encourage participants to move around and talk to each other. We also are very musical and have song leaders that lead prayer with their guitars.
Youth Shabbat Services are in the South Building from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM (the same time as regular services in the North building).
Torah is our greatest gift! But it isn’t reserved just for rabbis. It is accessible and inspirational to all. Young and not-so-young, experienced and new-comers, all are welcome to explore the Torah portion of the week with Rabbi Greene and volunteers who will take turns to explore the Truths to help make meaning in our lives. Torah study is from 9:00 - 10:00 am weekly, just prior to the Torah service. Bagels and other food, coffee and tea are available starting at 8:45 am.
Contemplative Shabbat Experience
Our contemplative Shabbat service, led by Rabbi Ruthie Gelfarb, offers a slower paced and more meditative approach to prayer. Anchored in the traditional liturgy, the contemplative service incorporates guided meditations, silence, soulful melodies, chants, and text study. The contemplative service is an opportunity to explore a different mode of Jewish spirituality that relates to Shabbat as a day of rest and renewal. Accessible to those without a strong Hebrew background. If you have one, bring a meditation cushion.