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Shabbat Morning Service

Shabbat Morning Service

Our Shabbat Morning Service is held the first, third and fourth weeks each  month, beginning at 10:30 am and lasting until about 11:45. In those seventy-five minutes, we read from Torah and from the Prophets, and pray the morning service from Mishkan T'filah, the prayerbook of the Reform Movement. As with all services at Temple, music and spirit are our touchstones.

How can a full worship service be held in such a brief period of time? At Temple, we take seriously the Rabbinic principle, 'Better a little with feeling (kavvanah) than much without.' By 'hitting the highlights' of the preliminary prayers, we are able to devote our attention to the main rubrics of the service (the Sh'ma and its Blessings, and the Amidah). Similarly, we read and discuss a brief selection from the weekly portion, our goal being to draw out relevance for our own lives.

12.22

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Every fourth Saturday of the month 10:30am — 11:45am (01/27/18 — 12/30/18)

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Temple Mount Sinai

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12.22

date & time

Every fourth Saturday of the month 10:30am — 11:45am (01/27/18 — 12/30/18)

location

Temple Mount Sinai

Shabbat Morning Service

Our Shabbat Morning Service is held the first, third and fourth weeks each  month, beginning at 10:30 am and lasting until about 11:45. In those seventy-five minutes, we read from Torah and from the Prophets, and pray the morning service from Mishkan T'filah, the prayerbook of the Reform Movement. As with all services at Temple, music and spirit are our touchstones.

How can a full worship service be held in such a brief period of time? At Temple, we take seriously the Rabbinic principle, 'Better a little with feeling (kavvanah) than much without.' By 'hitting the highlights' of the preliminary prayers, we are able to devote our attention to the main rubrics of the service (the Sh'ma and its Blessings, and the Amidah). Similarly, we read and discuss a brief selection from the weekly portion, our goal being to draw out relevance for our own lives.

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