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Worship Services

Worship Services

In an effort to keep our congregational community, and the larger community safe during this time, and to minimize the spread of COVID-19, we will ONLY be providing Shabbat Services via livestream. 

To join us via livestream, click HERE. 

Fridays: Kabbalat Shabbat Services

6 p.m. in the Stiffman Sanctuary

Join us for a pre-service nosh (light snacks and beverages) beginning at 5:15 p.m. in our lobby.

Approximate Length: 75 minutes

Saturdays: Shabbat Morning Worship Services

11 a.m. in the Stiffman Sanctuary

A second service is frequently offered at 9 a.m. Check the Bulletin for a monthly worship schedule.

Approximate Length: 80 minutes

Mondays/Thursdays: Morning Minyan

Mondays and Thursdays, 7:15 a.m. in the Library

Weekday Minyan is held in the Library each Monday and Thursday morning and is led by our congregants. If you are saying the Mourner’s Kaddish or want to start the day on a spiritual note, you’ll enjoy this intimate worship experience.

Approximate Length: 45 minutes

Special Services

Simchat Shabbat is our Congregation’s family-welcoming, music-centered service that occurs the first Friday of each month. With upbeat, popular Jewish music that is appropriate for every age, Simchat Shabbat offers a uniquely joyful prayer experience which celebrates community togetherness, Shabbat hopefulness and personal moments of blessing.


  • We offer monthly birthday blessings (and give you a treat to take home!)
  • We take a moment to welcome our new member families and guests
  • We amp up the child-friendly elements, including a separate program during the Torah service and Religious School student participation
  • We introduce and teach new, contemporary Jewish musical repertoire


Tater Tot Shabbat is a special Shabbat experience designed for preschool-age children and their families. We begin with a participatory service filled with music, stories and joy, followed by an age-appropriate Shabbat dinner for children and hors d’oeuvres for the adults. Congregation Shaare Emeth is happy to provide these meals free of charge, but RSVPs are required by the Tuesday before the event.


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