Celebrate Shabbat with spirit! Wind down from the week and welcome Shabbat with soulful, song-filled services, in which everyone can participate.
Please come on time so we can start services strong with a double minyan,* especially for anyone saying kaddish.
After services, we’ll enjoy a delicious, catered kosher vegan Shabbat dinner together.
Limited space; register for dinner by Wednesday night!
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If cost presents a hardship for you, please contact Rabbi Aaron.
We need two volunteers who commit to helping set up dinner after services, bringing out food, and cleaning up. If you want to volunteer, register for a volunteer ticket instead of a paid ticket.
To make services safer for community members who have health concerns, everyone age 5+ must wear a surgical or higher-quality mask (KN-95, KF-94, etc.) throughout services. Children 2-4 can wear any mask they’ll keep on. We’ll provide masks for those who don’t have.
After services conclude and folks who aren’t staying have a chance to leave, those staying for dinner are welcome to remove their masks.
*As a diverse and inclusive Jewish community, Makom has mens’, womens’, and mixed (all genders) seating sections. Female, male, and gender non-binary Jews can lead parts of services, read and be called up to the Torah, and count in our double minyanim of both 10 Jewish men and 10 Jews regardless of gender. Makom services follow the traditional Ashkenazi liturgy (prayer text).Social tagging: Shabbat