WorshipAt Congregation Ner Tamid, we seek to create a worship experience that is uplifting, inspiring, comforting, engaging, and participatory. Our worship style honors both Jewish tradition and the modern spirit that is the hallmark of Reform Judaism, combining a well-balanced blend of Hebrew and English, opportunities for contemplative reflection, and a thoughtful sermon. Because we believe that music is integral to a moving worship experience, services are filled with music, using both traditional and contemporary melodies, and accompanied in a variety of ways. Erev Shabbat
Friday Evenings ~ 7:30pm
Joyce and Jerome Mack Sanctuary
Shabbat is a celebratory time for Congregation Ner Tamid. At the heart of our Shabbat experience is our worship services. Led by Sr. Rabbi Sanford Akselrad, Asst Rabbi Sadie Reuben and Cantorial Intern Philip Goldstein, our services provide a nice blending of traditional and more recent melodies. From singable songs to inspiring solos, the Congregation seeks to draw worshipers into a highly participatory and inspiring service each week.
Erev Shabbat Family Service
Friday Evening ~ 6:00pm, Dates be determined
Too old for Tot Shabbat? Ready for the next step?
A fun worship opportunity at Congregation Ner Tamid designed for families with children in grades K through 5, their siblings and grandparents. Please join a member of our clergy for this lively and joyous welcome to Shabbat at our Family Service.
Tot Shabbat ~ 6:30pm
September 7, October 19 Noah Shabbat, November 2, December 7, February 1 2013, March 1 2013, April 5 2013 and May 3.
Solomon Beit Tefillah
Congregation Ner Tamid welcomes Shabbat with a lively celebration for children ages 2 - 7 with songs, story time and lots of of fun. Our Tot Shabbat service will make you clap your hands, stomp your feet, and lift your voices to sing along. The service and art project are age specific for children ages 2-7 and parents or guardian are required to attend.
Morning Shabbat Service
10:00 – 11:15am
Solomon Beit Tefillah
This service is lay led and everyone is invited to participate and contribute to the service. The Torah portion of the week is read. The service is open to every one of all ages.
Friday, May 24
Saturday, May 25
10:00am~Morning Shabbat Service
11:15am~Our Jewish Heritage
Monday, May 27
Office Closed for Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 28
Wednesday, May 29
7:00pm~NextGen Pup Quiz
Thursday, May 23
7:15pm~Cinema Connection Violins in Wartime