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Celebrate Shabbat With Us

Shabbat Shalom!

Join our unique and exciting Shabbat experiences. Among many unique services there is definitely one that is perfect for you and your entire family.

Traditional Friday Night & Shabbat Morning Service

Traditional Kabbalat Shabbat (select Fridays, 7pm)

Traditional Kabbalat Shabbat service is a time for quiet reflection and prayer through traditional Friday night melodies 

Shabbat Morning (every Saturday, 9:30am)

Join us each week on Shabbat morning for an egalitarian service, which includes davening (reciting Jewish prayers), Torah reading, and Divrei Torah (words of Torah). We welcome visitors and newcomers.

Shabbat Pasión

Beth David’s Friday evening service Shabbat Pasión fuses traditional and contemporary Jewish music with Latin music. Talented musicians Dylan Schiavoni, Omar Hernandez, Michel Gonzalez, Ivan Zervigon, and our very own Rabbi Julie Jacobs create new pathways for you to experience the joy of Shabbat.

Come for services, and stay for a catered dinner including homemade challah made from scratch by the Brotherhood.

Select Fridays at 7PM

If you would like to sponsor one of our evenings, please fill out this form.

Family Shabbat

Join other families with children to experience Shabbat filled with singing, dancing, prayer, and laughter.

Explore the beauty of Jewish ritual in a communal setting; march with Torah, give thanks, embrace your loved ones, stay for Kiddush & challah!

Select Saturdays at 10am

Shabbat Across Beth David

Shabbat Across Beth David, which was first launched in 2013, gives Beth David members the chance to host or attend Shabbat dinners in each other’s homes. Participants share information that helps make a good match, such as whether they keep kosher, have any food or pet allergies, or prefer socializing with a particular age group. This year, the program will also factor in Covid: hosts and guests will establish what information or restrictions they need to feel safe.

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Select Fridays at 7pm

Learn about upcoming Shabbat celebrations:


Thu, March 23 2023 1 Nisan 5783