Shabbat (the Jewish sabbath) begins at sundown on Friday evening, and ends at sundown on Saturday evening.
Shabbat Eve services begin at 7:30 PM, except for class led services which begin at 7:00PM and Tot Shabbat which begins at 5:30PM. During the summer, Shabbat services will begin at 7:00PM
Each Shabbat evening service at our Temple is followed by an Oneg Shabbat - a social time for desserts and conversations.
Shabbat Morning services start at 9:30 AM in the temple library for Service, Snack & Study. If there is a Bar/Bat Mitzvah service times may vary. Please refer to the temple calendar for exact times. This service is led by one of the members of the Shabbat morning minyan, and oftentimes attended by the Rabbi. These services are informal, intimate, and welcoming. The flow of this Service is generally an abbreviated Shabbat morning service, followed by a Snack (bagels, coffee, etc), and then Study - a discussion, of either the weekly Parashah or other worship topic.
The end of Shabbat may be observed with a brief Havdalah (separation) service. When there is a service or event at our Temple on a Saturday evening, it usually includes Havdalah.