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