At B’ShERT, our intention is to meet every person where they are in their spiritual journey, and to offer worship experiences that are inclusive for all. Our Friday evening Erev Shabbat service and Saturday morning Minyan service are slightly more traditional, while our Saturday morning Family service includes our Religious School families and strives to be a positive worship experience for participants of all kinds, including neurodiverse children (or adults) who may have challenges sitting still in synagogue.

We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming spiritual home regardless of where you may be on your Jewish journey. We enthusiastically welcome members of all Jewish traditions, families of multiple faith backgrounds, LBGTQ+ members, differently abled members, and those who simply wish to learn and experience our warm and friendly community.

Schedule of  Services
All services to be held online until further notice — do not come to the synagogue.
Friday evening services are held weekly at 8 pm, preceded by Torah study, an adult shiur (lesson), or a pot luck Shabbat dinner. Check the Temple calendar or call the office for information.
Saturday morning services are usually held at 11 am, and they include the Religious School students and families. There are adult programs preceding services on Saturdays (Torah study, parent workshop and/or Sisterhood brunch events) beginning at 9:45 am, which is simultaneous with religious school. Please check the calendar or call the office to confirm the schedule for any given week.
Please see our calendar for up-to-date schedules, or call the Temple office.
Shalom Shabbat is on hiatus until later this spring; you can experience it remotely via Rabbi Hoover’s recorded version.
Shalom Shabbat & Tot Shabbat Friday AND Saturday mornings from 10-10:45 am in the Sanctuary
Introduce your little ones to the joy of Shabbat! Join Rabbi Heidi Hoover in celebrating the coming of Shabbat by singing your way through the Friday evening service, followed by the Shabbat blessings (with challah and juice!).
No Jewish or Hebrew knowledge is necessary. Shalom Shabbat/Tot Shabbat is for infants/preschool children and their caregivers. Babysitters are welcome. 
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