Friday Night Shabbat Worship with Rabbi Rosoff and Rabbi Steiner (Times vary)

Six days a week:
Parents and kids running in different directions. Projects due. Chores to complete. The list of demands never-ending 

Leave the chaos and move into a place of light. It might be: Basking in the warmth and light of tradition. Permission to rest, to step back, and find oneself again. Breathing space. Renewal of the body, the mind – and the soul.  Shabbat is a weekly gift. 
On Friday night and most Saturday mornings, we reflect on what matters and who we want to become. We celebrate with uplifting melodies, ancient blessings and meaningful prayers, wisdom from Torah, food, family and friends.

Please join us for any service – just come.  All ages, any time.

  • On the first Friday, services begin at 7 pm and are followed by a fabulous Potluck Supper.
  • The rest of the Fridays (2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th) begin at 8 pm. 
  • July and August: Friday evening services begin at 7 pm; weather permitting, we meet outside on our Patio overlooking the lawn and woods. 
  • Dress for all Friday evenings is nice casual. 

Shabbat Table

Hear and Learn the Blessings for Shabbat





Friday Night Worship: 7 or 8 pm Each Friday 

Worships times vary from week to week, either at 7 or 8 pm.  We do this to accommodate the different schedules and needs of our congregants.

Typically, on the first Friday of the month, we also hold a Potluck Supper for all members.  This is a wonderful evening with a variety of food prepared by our members.  It's a great way to end the week and spend some time with friends!

Check our online calendar for specific dates and times. ALL are welcome!

Potluck Suppers: Most First Fridays of the Month

Shabbat Potluck Supper Icon

Shabbat Potluck Suppers at Barnert
(Most First Fridays of the Month Following Services)

Coming to a Potluck Supper is a great way to unwind at the end of the week and enjoy some great company and sense of community.
Those attending are asking to bring a dish (main dish or side dish/salad).  The assignments switch each month.  Dishes should serve 8-10 and be "kosher style."
- No pork or shellfish
- No mixing of meat and dairy in the same dish
Always check the Temple's calendar to confirm the date for a Potluck Supper, and please RSVP to Natalie Cohen at [email protected] if you plan on attending. 
 All ages are welcome!