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At Temple Isaiah, we strive to create meaningful worship experiences. We come together through music, prayer, celebration, and reflection in a warm, supportive setting. Congregants and visitors gather in our sanctuary and chapel on Shabbat and holidays as a community unified by hope and tradition. Our talented clergy strive to make services meaningful and relevant to modern life through music, poetry, learning, and personal connections.



Kabbalat Shabbat Services

Friday Kabbalat Shabbat services are the primary services at Temple Isaiah. Most Kabbalat Shabbat services begin at 6:15 pm on Friday evenings but can vary for special programs. From September through June, services held on the first Friday of each month typically begin at 8:00 pm. Our congregational Shabbat services are held in-person and online, last about one hour, and are appropriate for families and children of all ages. Please check the Temple Isaiah calendar for weekly service times.

Tot Shabbat and Shabbat Club Family Services & Dinner

Tot Shabbat and Shabbat Club are interactive and musical Shabbat services designed for children and their families, typically held on the first Friday of the month at 5:45 pm from September through June. Following services, everyone is invited to a delicious, family-friendly Shabbat dinner and children’s crafts activities provided at no cost. Learn more here.

Minyan Services

Throughout the year, the congregation gathers for a Shabbat morning minyan service held in the chapel and online beginning at 9:00 am on Saturday. Here, congregants gather to worship and discuss the Torah reading of the week. Dress is informal and guests are welcome.

Shabbat Together!

Shabbat Together! is a multi-generational community Shabbat experience, held a few times per year, that includes a Shabbat service and a free community dinner in the Social Hall. All ages and stages are welcome!

B'Mitzvah Services

Our B'Mitzvah services begin at 11:00 am on Saturday mornings and are held in-person and online in the sanctuary. These services are special opportunities for the congregation to help celebrate an important life cycle event with our younger members. Our thoughtful team of educators and rabbis work closely with families to prepare each B'Mitzvah student and personalize the experience Learn more about the B'Mitzvah experience at Temple Isaiah here.


The spirit of Temple Isaiah is embodied in our music. Joyous, soulful, religious, secular, vocal, instrumental, performed by young and old—music is key to expressing the heart of our community.

Services include traditional melodies, new settings of prayers, and celebratory songs. Cantor Lisa Doob teaches these new settings and songs during the service so congregants may fully share in musical expression. If you would like to join the adult choir or are interested in learning more, please contact the choir liaisons or Cantor Doob.

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