As a Reconstructionist congregation with members of diverse backgrounds, our worship services are eclectic and varied. We aim to make our services accessible to newcomers while maintaining a healthy respect and love of tradition. While most of our songs and prayers are in Hebrew, our prayer book, Kol HaNeshamah, contains many translations, transliterations, explanations and commentary. Service leaders often offer their own interpretations or understandings of prayers to bring out their relevancy to our modern lives. We use a variety of melodies from many sources: Reform camp melodies, Hasidic chants, and traditional “nusach.”
All services are followed by an Oneg Shabbat (on Fridays) or Kiddush (on Saturdays) to which all are invited.