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Shabbat Youth Services

  • Minyan Katan: 9:30 am outside Beth Jacob for families with children ages 0 – 5
  • Kayitz Kefi/Summer Fun
    Every other week all summer
    10 am outside Beth Jacob

    Our wonderful Iyunim teacher, Tauby Mintz, will lead activities geared for children in grades PK-4, with younger or older children welcome to participate as well!

    In Kayitz Kefi, we’ll explore through play, song and story the themes of Earth/Adamah, Water/Mayim, Wind/Ruach, Sky/Shamayim. Each theme will incorporate Hebrew vocabulary and connect to a Torah story as well. As we engage in these themes, we’ll also be working on helping reorient ourselves to shul spaces and social interactions, as well as processing the experience of being in a kehillah together and what that means. The atmosphere is meant to feel more relaxed (similar to camp) and because we will be primarily outside, we ask that children bring a hat, water bottle, sunscreen, swimsuit and towel each time.

    Kayitz Kefi Dates: June 12, 26; July 10, 17, 31; August 14, 21


We put together “Kiddush Kits” to help it feel a little more like Shabbat. The kits can be used on their own, or in conjunction with our online kiddush! If you can’t pick one up but would like one, let us know on the sign-up form.

If you would like to sponsor a future week’s kiddush kits, the cost is $400; go to and choose “I would like to sponsor a kiddush” under “Choose a Fund”.

If you would like a kit, you must sign up at by WEDNESDAY of that week; Kits can be picked up on Friday at Beth Jacob between 2-4 pm.


  • Monday Margaritas & Midrash: A Three-Part Series
    7:30 pm Mondays: June 21, 28, July 5
    With Rabbi Adam Rubin and Rabbi Tamar Magilll-Grimm
  • “For I Desire Kindness:” Rabbinic Approaches to Reorienting and Reintegrating After Upheaval
    7:30 pm Mondays: July 12, 19, 26
    With Rabbi Adam Rubin and Rabbi Tamar Magilll-Grimm
  • Elul Zman: Reflect. Recommit. Re-engage.
    7:30 pm Mondays: August 9, 16, 23, 30
    With Rabbi Adam Rubin and Rabbi Tamar Magilll-Grimm

With Hineini. As a community, we have a rich tradition that can help us navigate troubling times – from personal hardships, to communal tragedy, to global calamity. This summer, nine members of our local clergy, through texts ancient and modern, will explore some of these responses.

All sessions are FREE and open to anyone. Drop in for one session or come to all of them! No registration required. Join all sessions via Zoom at this link.
Don’t miss Summertime and the Livin’ is Not Easy: Rituals of the Three Weeks with our own Rabbi Adam Rubin on Monday, June 28 at Noon!
  • Morning Mishnah
    After Minyan (Around 8 Am) at
    – With Rabbi Tamar; Delve deep into the words of our oral tradition and its place in our lives today. See you on Zoom Wednesdays after Minyan!
  • Parashat HaShavuah
    11 am at Beth Jacob
    – Study of this week’s Torah portion with Rabbi Tamar.


  • Shabbat Morning Meditation
    9:15 – 9:45 am at Beth Jacob and at, 2nd & 4th Shabbatot of the month with Sara Lynn Newberger

Looking for weekday morning minyan?
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Looking for the YouTube Livestream of Shabbat Services?
It’s at

To increase clarity and reduce the likelihood of errors in switching where the link points, we have phased out the use of that link. Starting now, weekday services and the YouTube livestream will have their own dedicated links. The new links are above.