Oseh Shalom
Shabbat Services

Shabbat Services

Oseh Shalom offers a variety of Shabbat and Holiday service options to meet the needs of all members from preschoolers to the most devout. Please come by one Friday or Saturday and experience the warmth of our congregation. We welcome you to High Holy Days, other Jewish Holidays and weekly Friday and Saturday Shabbat services. Drop in, take a seat and see what we’re about.

  • Shabbat Evening Services  offer a great way to start your weekend with a variety of options:

    • 1st Friday: Sababa toddler service, 6-6:30 pm; Shabbat Supper, veggie/dairy potluck*, 6:30-7:15 pm; Family Shabbat, 7:30 pm
    • 2nd Friday: Service at 8 pm followed by Oneg Group, facilitated program during the oneg
    • 3rd Fridays: Wine/Cheese/Torah: 6:30-7:45 pm, with rabbi-led Torah study. Most months from Nov-May. Bring a snack or drink.
    • 3rd Saturday: Meditation, 9:15-9:45 am, Sacred Hebrew Chanting: 10-noon, with Torah study at about 11:15 am
    • 4th Friday: Ruach Services: Oseh Band adds extra “ruach”/ spirit) to services: 8 pm every other month

    Come for any part of a morning or evening that works.  Schedule may change, especially in the summer.  Check our calendar for the latest information.

  • Shabbat Morning Services start at 10 am and run until about noon.  Some morning services include a B’nei Mitzvah. Our Torah study typically starts about 11:15 am and you are welcome to just join us for this part of the service. Dec 7 Study guide: Download the Study Guide.
  • ASL Signed language is offered at our family services and festival services.
  • Traveling, sick or just can’t make it to the building? Members can stream services.

*For our potlucks, store bought items much have a kosher symbol and be dairy or vegan. You can also bring your favorite home made vegetarian entree. Need something easy? Bring a bottle of juice or wine, a challah, or a vegetable or fruit salad from the salad bar.

We encourage you to lead a Shabbat morning Torah discussion and will help make it easy: Seven Easy Steps to Leading a Torah Study