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Worship

As a religious community, we strive to create meaningful worship experiences. We come together through music, prayer, celebration, and quiet reflection in a warm, supportive setting. With others who are exploring the meaning of Judaism and their Jewish identities, congregants and visitors gather in our inspiring sanctuary before the Bima to pray, study, and grow.

We welcome visitors year-round, but the best way to experience worship at Temple Isaiah is to attend Shabbat services. On Friday evenings, surrounded in fellowship by our members, you will experience the essence of our community. At these services you will discover the close relationship between our clergy and congregants and the commitment of our lay leadership to making your visit memorable, and you will have the chance to meet our members at the Oneg.

Every holy day and festival has its own particular energy. For Shabbat services and the festivals, we use Mishkan T’Filah, and for the High Holy Days, Mishkan HaNefesh.

As an open and diverse community, we become richer for the presence of new people. Worship with us and come to know how Temple Isaiah can become part of your life.

To see the temple Calendar and a complete listing of our worship services, click here.

To see B'Nai Mitzvah information, click here.

Mon, September 25 2017 5 Tishrei 5778