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Shabbat

"Shiru l'Adonai shir chadash - Sing unto God a new song!" (Psalm 96)


Shabbat services at Kol Ami are rich with music and tradition. Our clergy believe that the sanctuary should be musical, participatory, and informal. Our services are inclusive and fully egalitarian, and incorporate guitars, singing, and a mix of Hebrew and English.


Children are always welcome at services at Kol Ami. Babysitting is available during “Rock Shabbat” services for children who might need a break, but kids can be found in our sanctuary all the time.


Friday night services are usually held at 7:30 pm, and and are always followed by a delicious Oneg Shabbat. On the first Friday of the month, our wonderful volunteer choir lifts our prayers with their voices and their harmonies. On the third Friday of most months, we dance in the aisles to the sounds and sights of “Rock Shabbat.” (Rock Shabbat is held at 6:30, and followed by a potluck dinner.)


Shabbat mornings, we gather at 9:00 for breakfast and a spirited Torah study led by our Rabbi. Shabbat morning services are held at 10:30 am, designed to be musical with a great deal of community participation.


A Note about Summertime: During the summer, Shabbat morning services are held at 9:15 am and include a Torah Study discussion. Shabbat evening services are held several times per month. Check our calendar for service times.

Monday, May 29 2017 4 Sivan 5777