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Join us for Shabbat

"More than the Jewish people has kept Shabbat, Shabbat has kept the Jewish people.” - Ahad Ha’am

 

No matter where we are, Shabbat can be the connection, centering and “deep breath” we need, enabling joy, reflection, and the affirmation of community. Join us online for spirited, meaningful, and accessible worship and inspiration. We will be using Mishkan Tefilah for our Shabbat Evening services (6:15 pm) and Saturday Morning Shabbat Experiences (9:15 am). You can easily access our services online via FacebookYouTube and Streamspot. You can also access the Mishkan T'filah for the House of Mourning book which contains resources for Shivah and other mourning rituals.

 

Although we miss being together physically for Shabbat, we are spiritually connected in countless other ways. Please join us online for the following Shabbat programs.

 

Shabbat Sermon-Facebook

Fridays at 2:30pm

Each week, a member of our clergy will share their Shabbat remarks in advance of services to set the tone as we enter Shabbat.

 

To listen to Rabbi Greene's sermon from May 22, click here.

 

Tot Shabbat-Facebook 

Fridays at 5pm

Join one of our rabbis and Alan Goodis to bring in Shabbat with music, story, family-togetherness and fun! 

 

Shabbat Services-Facebook or Streamspot

Fridays at 6:15pm

Join our NSCI clergy and worship team to tune in for community, song, prayer, and that "deep breath" that is the promise of Shabbat.

 

The Prayer book is available here and the Kaddish can be found here.

Tov L'hodot can be found here.


Saturday Morning Shabbat Experience-Facebook or Streamspot
Saturdays at 9:15am
Join our clergy for a meaningful Shabbat morning experience, including an interactive text study. 

 

The prayer packet and text sheet for May 30th Shabbat Morning Experience can be found here.

 

Havdalah - Facebook

Saturdays at 7:30pm

Take a few minutes to come together to end Shabbat and look ahead to the new week.  Use your own havdalah set if you like - all you need is some grape juice or wine, some fragrant spices (cinnamon sticks, cloves, rosemary, whatever you like) and a braided candle or two candles that you hold together.

 

Yahrzeit Requests

As we are unable to mail yahrzeit notifications, please know that we will be reading every name for each week during Shabbat services. You don't need to email or call the synagogue with a requested name. However, if you would like to have a name read on a different Shabbat, please click here - requests must be received by Wednesday at 5pm in order to be included on that week's Yahrzeit list. It is a tradition in Judaism to honor the memory of a loved one through tzedakah, a donation to a meaningful cause. To make a contribution to NSCI, please click here.

 

And join us each week for:

 

A Torah Reading, Healing Prayers and Kaddish- Facebook

Thursdays at 10:30am 

Join Cantor Goldstein to hear and learn the week's Torah portion, as well as gather for healing prayers and saying Kaddish.

 

A Healing Service-Facebook

Resumes Tuesdays at 8:30pm beginning May 26

Whether seeking support in navigating the circumstances in which we or our loved ones find themselves, together we can create a quiet, gentle time for prayer, meditation, and song that focuses on healing and wholeness. Join Cantor David Goldstein for a quiet and contemplative "Healing Service." Click here for the service packet.

Thu, June 4 2020 12 Sivan 5780