High Holy Days
Blessings & Songs
Green links on this site take you to our dictionary, created for those seeking a deeper understanding of words and phrases used in a synagogue or Jewish context.
A Word About The Words
The Hebrew terms on this site represent core principles (Middot) of Jewish belief.
To us, they are words to live by. For a translation and examples of how we live our faith, mouse-over the words on each page.
Friday evening: 7:00PM (Daylight Savings Time)
Shabbat morning: 9:30AM
Shabbat Mincha: changes weekly according to sundown (please call Temple Office).
7:45 AM: Monday through Friday
7:30 AM: On the morning(s) of Rosh Chodesh / Celebration of the New Month (including both days of those months having two days of Rosh Chodesh), during the intermediate days of Sukkot and Passover, and during the week of Hanukkah.
9 AM: Sundays, the entire week of December 24 through January 1 and on civil holidays (Thanksgiving and the Day After Thanksgiving, MLK Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, July 4, and Labor Day).
AFTERNOON AND EVENING MINYANIM
5:30PM: Monday through Thursday
There are no afternoon and evening services on Thanksgiving, December 24, December 25, December 31, January 1, MLK Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day, the first two and last two nights of Pesach, the first two nights of Sukkot and Erev Shemini Atzeret.
If you have any questions about weekday services, would like to lead a service or want more information, please contact Cantor Grainer at email@example.com or 215-735-5148, ext. 101.
HOLIDAY SERVICE SCHEDULE