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SHABBAT MORNING In-person SERVICES have resumed!

 

Narayever has reopened in-person Shabbat morning services. We are meeting in our temporary space at the Leo Baeck Day School, while our shul on Brunswick Ave. is being renovated. Services begin each week at 10 am. Covid protocols are in place to ensure that everyone in attendance is safe. All those eligible to be vaccinated are required to be vaccinated in order to attend our services. We are very excited to be meeting in-person again, and welcome members and visitors.

Registration is required to attend.  To register or to get more information please click here:

Kabbalat Shabbat services take place each Friday on Zoom. The link may be found in each week’s Narayever Net or by contacting the shul office.

 

SHABBAT Services - in non-Covid times

At the First Narayever, services are spirited and inspiring, singing is joyful, and guests are always welcome!

Our services follow traditional prayer customs, with davening that weaves together traditional and new tunes. We pride ourselves on rich congregational participation in every aspect of the service, where men and women contribute equally to all aspects of the service — reading from the Torah, leading services, providing commentary through the delivery of Divrei Torah, and any other required contribution.

Here are some additional details:

  • Kabbalat Shabbat services are held on Friday nights beginning at 6 pm, except for certain Shabbatot in the summer. Please check the homepage or call the shul office to determine the Friday night schedule over the summer.
  • Shabbat morning services begin at 9 am. Services are followed by a Kiddush luncheon and a study session led either by our rabbi or a guest speaker.
  • On Sunday mornings, we hold a morning minyan beginning at 9 am.
  • Morning services are held on all the Jewish festivals.
  • We use the Lev Shalem siddur (published in 2016 by the Rabbinical Assembly) as our prayer book
  • Narayever liturgy follows the traditional wording, with changes that reflect our gender egalitarianism.
  • The Torah is read on an annual cycle.
  • Women count as part of the minyan.
  • Both adults and children, are required to cover their heads while on our shul premises; head coverings are available for those who may need them.
  • Adults who participate in the service by being called up for a Torah honour are asked to wear a tallit; tallitot are available for those who may need them.
  • We respect traditional Jewish observances at our shul. All cell phones, cameras, and other electronic devices should be turned off on our premises on Shabbat and holidays, both indoors and outdoors.
Thu, December 9 2021 5 Tevet 5782