All Shabbat services are open to the public — Jewish or not. We are “family-friendly” and welcome people of all ages, races, sexualities, and gender-identities. Don’t worry If you can’t join us in person, all services are live streamed.
Shabbat is the one holiday that truly allows our community to “live in Jewish time,” to slow down, unplug, appreciate all of our life’s blessings, and welcome Shabbat together.
We begin promptly at 6:00pm and do our best to keep the service to one hour so those in attendance can then gather at home or somewhere else to enjoy a Shabbat meal. Our services are open, accessible, and highly participatory.
Each Shabbat morning throughout the year there is a TSTI member-led worship service in the Gross Beit Midrash. It starts at 9:15am and is followed by a brief discussion of the week’s Torah portion. All are welcome to attend
We celebrate our young people becoming B’nai Mitzvah most Saturday mornings in the Bass Sanctuary Building and the Gellis/Green Chapel.
Accommodations: Baum Family Room
If you are attending worship and need privacy for nursing, or a quiet place for yourself or a member of your family away from the crowds, The Baum Family room is a comfortable space right next to our sanctuary that has a live video feed of services to allow you to participate while taking a moment of respite and quiet.