Shabbat

Join Us On Shabbat!

Warm, vibrant, welcoming…these are the words you'll hear used to describe our Shabbat services. Whether you're new to the area or our congregation, joining us for a Shabbat service is the perfect way to experience our community and make a connection with Temple Beth Am.

Friday Night – Kabbalat Shabbat (Welcoming the Sabbath)

If you've never experienced a Carlebach service, you’ll be hooked after your first Shabbat. Based on the musical influence of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, our Kabbalat Shabbat service will introduce you to new tunes, a lively atmosphere and a more relaxed environment to celebrate the welcoming of the sabbath. Have a listen to the Carlebach tunes at the bottom of the page.  Join us Friday evenings at 6:15pm in our Social Hall for an uplifting experience.

Saturday Morning - Shacharit

A traditional service with a welcoming congregation. Whether you're a long time member, or new to our Kahilla, you'll find new connections on Shabbat at Temple Beth Am. Stay with us after services for Kiddush and lunch – free and open to all who attend. This is a great way to meet new members of the congregation, or to find out more about us if you're considering having you or your family join our synagogue.  Services begin at 9:00am.

Boker Tov – After lunch on Shabbat, why not join our parsha-of-the-week focused study group. Find out more by clicking on the Boker Tov page

Learn the Carlebach tunes by clicking below. Powered by SoundCloud 

Yedid Nefesh L'chu N'ran'nah Psalm 96 - Shiru L'Adonai Psalm 97 - Adonai Malach
Or Zarua Latzadik Psalm 98 - Mizmor Shiru L'Adonai Psalm 99 - Adonai Malach Yirg'zu Amim Romemu
Psalm 29 - Havu L'Adonai Ana B'koach L'cha Dodi L'cha Dodi (Lo tivoshi)
Psalm 92 - Mizmor Shir (A) Psalm 92 - Mizmor Shir (B) Tzadik Katamar Tzadik Katamar (Alternate)
Mikolot Mayim Rabim Baruch Hu Ahavat Olam Shema