Shabbat is a day on which we are called upon to share in what is eternal in time, to turn from the results of creation to the mystery of creation; from the world of creation to the creation of the world.
– Abraham Joshua Heschel
We believe that we are all part of this sacred creation, that on Shabbat we can each become challah bakers, oneg hosts, and Torah readers, as a way of connecting to a life that aligns with the creative and leads to the sacred. Click the section headings at the bottom of this page to find information about our Shabbat services, plus additional videos and playlists.
Friday Night – Services begin at 6:30 pm
Saturday Morning – Services begin at 10:15 am
Temple Micah is open for in-person services! You can learn about our COVID-19 policies here.
ONEG AND KIDDUSH: All are welcome to join us for Oneg on Fridays at 6 p.m. and Kiddush following the Shabbat Morning Service.
For security purposes, links to Zoom offerings are not posted online — join our mailing list to get access to the links or contact email@example.com. To ensure robust connectivity, we recommend downloading the latest version of Zoom.
ACCESSIBILITY: We use an automated system for closed captioning during services. Because captions are auto-generated, they may not be entirely accurate, and will not auto-generate when we are speaking or singing in Hebrew. Hebrew texts will always be available in the prayer book and/or weekly service sheets, linked below.
ZOOM CHAT: During online services, the Zoom chat box is restricted to reduce distractions. If we request chat messages from the online community, or if you experience any problems, you will always be able to send a direct message to the Zoom user named “Temple Micah.”
Friday at 6:30 pm In-Person or via Zoom
We welcome Shabbat together with singing, prayer, and lighting candles together. Join us at 6:20 pm (on the same link) for a virtual oneg.
Saturday at 10:15 am In-Person or via Zoom
We join together on Shabbat morning with a worship service that combines traditional liturgy with poetry, music, Torah reading and space for private contemplation.
View the Service Booklet above