Shabbat at B’nai Jehudah

Come pray with us. Every day of the week we have an opportunity to come together in prayer with B’nai Jehudah.

On Shabbat join us in person or virtually at

  • 6:00 pm on Friday nights and
  • 10:30 am on Saturday mornings

Shabbat is a time to join together in joy, contemplation and reflection. Shabbat at B’nai Jehudah combines community, ruach (spirit) and wonderful music into an uplifting service that will allow you to learn and celebrate. We combine traditional prayers with contemporary music to bring the ancient words of our tradition to life. We link ourselves to the 150 years of our history by celebrating the next link in the Jewish chain when we call a young person to the bima as a bet mitzvah.

Please join us in person, or virtually on Facebook Live or Vimeo.

Additional Shabbat Worship Opportunities

Additional Shabbat worship opportunities are also available at B’nai Jehudah! Learn more about:

  • Share Shabbat – The young (and young-at-heart) are invited to Share Shabbat each month! Enjoy a family-friendly service with music, stories, and a special activity.
  • Shabbat in the City – Join your B’nai Jehudah community at this all-ages, music-filled Shabbat celebration! It’s a great way to welcome in Shabbat as we take our services ‘on the road’ and explore new venues in our wonderful city!
  • Yalla! Shabbat – Join us for a beautiful Shabbat service, led by our tefillah team and students. Dinner to follow for families in the specific grades of each service. Families, stay tuned for more information and a registration link coming soon from Yalla!
  • Shabbat Simcha – Come enjoy a beautiful and ruach-filled musical Shabbat service. Our tefillah team will be out in full force, lifting our spirits with song as our rabbis bring the prayers to life with special readings and reflections. As simcha means ‘joy,’ we will also take time during the service to celebrate everyone’s birthdays, anniversaries, and good news!

Service Schedule

For a full list of upcoming service times, please see our full calendar.

Rabbi’s Table

Join us for a catered Shabbat dinner and learn from our special guest speakers as we welcome in Shabbat, gathered together around the dinner-table. This event replaces the Erev Shabbat Service (Mourner’s Kaddish will still be read). Space is limited so please register early.

Rabbi’s Table is generously sponsored by Patricia Werthan Uhlmann.

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