Celebrating Shabbat at Beth Yeshurun
Our Friday Night services welcomes the Sabbath through a combination of many different services. From Shabbat Renewal, which is often celebrated in the Freedman Levit Sanctuary, more traditional services are also held in the J.B. Greenfield Chapel, and special & family friendly services are held in the Barg Sanctuary. We also have an alternative Shabbat services for Families & children, Click Here for more information.
Shabbat morning is the main service in Judaism. Our Sabbath morning services, whether in the Barg Sanctuary, J.B. Greenfield Chapel or the Museum Minyan, consist of basically three parts: the Shaharit Service, the Torah Service including an aliyah given by a Bat or Bar Mitzvah, and Musaf Service. The entire service typically lasts about two-and-a-half hours. Following the service, everyone is invited to join in the Kiddush, where refreshments are served.
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