Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Shabbat services have moved online. Please refer to our calendar for the current days and times of our Shabbat Services.
We join together as a community each Shabbat and on holidays to take time for personal reflection and challenge ourselves with contemporary messages of Torah through our Rabbi’s sermons. The style of music at services embraces our desire to maintain a connection with traditional melodies while exploring new music as a means for greater connection with the liturgy and, in turn, with God.
Temple Beth Abraham’s Friday evening Shabbat services are in the Reform tradition and are followed by an oneg celebration.
Saturday morning, Shabbat services are in the Conservative tradition and are followed once a month with a bagel and lox kiddush.