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Erev Shabbat

The particular style and leadership of our Friday night services rotate throughout the month, but our message is always the same. You are welcome to come in, take a deep breath and leave the week behind. We start at 6:30 pm.

Summertime means a change in our 4th Friday offerings - please enjoy Shabbat at Home with family and friends. 

1st Fridays: Kabbalat Shabbat potluck dinners. Contact our office if you’d like to RSVP.

2nd Fridays: Rabbi Ariel and musical guests lead services.

3rd Fridays:  Kley Kodesh, our kirtan style tefilah.

4th Fridays: Erev Shabbat at Home (no services on-site) during June, July and August. 

5th Fridays:   Erev Shabbat at Home (no services on-site).

Members of our community also lead services at the Robison Home at 7:00 pm. Contact our office if you would like to be part of this important mitzvah.

Shabbat Morning


Every Shabbat morning, between 35 and 50 people gather to consider the parashat hashavua (the Torah reading of the week).  Shir Tikvah was founded on Torah Study and it remains at the center of our congregational life.

If you have a copy of a Torah Commentary (ideally with Hebrew and translation), please bring it to follow along with us. If you don’t have one, we’ll be happy to share one of ours.

Shir Tikvah provides the coffee, members sign-up to bring bagels, cream cheese and other nosh. 

* This event is not currently ADA accessible. There is a staircase of 8 steps down. 


On Shabbat morning we make our way informally and comfortably through the traditional morning prayers, with Shabbat additions, and with holy day changes and additions when appropriate. Sometimes there’s a baby naming or a travel blessing, sometimes a child is called to the Torah for the first time, and sometimes it’s just us, checking in weekly on each other.


  • Shabbat Storytime (for our youngest members and their families) @ 9:45 am
  • Junior Minyan (for our b’nai mizvah students) @ 10:30 am



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