We offer a variety of Shabbat Friday night services throughout the month, as described below. Please check our online calendar for upcoming dates!
Join us on to welcome Shabbat on November 4 at 6 p.m. for wine and cheese, a musical Friday night service, and potluck dinner. RSVP for dinner here!
Offsite at Drake Terrace, San Rafael 6:30 p.m.
Do a mitzvah by helping to make a minyan for our seniors at Drake Terrace. Bring a friend and celebrate these special Shabbat services with the wonderful residents. Drake Terrace is located at 275 Los Ranchitos Road in San Rafael.
Family Friendly Shabbat Options:
6:00 p.m. schmooze; 6:15 p.m. service; 7:00 p.m. RSVP dinner
Kol Shofar teens lead Kabbalat Shabbat services following by Shabbat dinner for the entire community. RSVP and pay in advance by the Wednesday prior to join us for dinner on Eventbrite. Questions? Call (415) 388-1818, ext. 100. We look forward to celebrating Shabbat with you!
S’more Shabbat Service & Dinner
A musical youth-led service followed by a family-friendly Shabbat dinner. Reservations and pre-payment online by the previous Wednesday are required. Come just for the service or RSVP and pay in advance to stay for a catered dinner.
Shabbat Morning Services
Every Saturday, 9:15 a.m.
Experience the light as it filters through the dome of our Beit Knesset. Open the doors to your soul with our transliterated prayer book. Rejoice as children join the congregation becoming B’nei Mitzvah. Engage in spirited exchange with the rabbi as part of the weekly Torah discussion. Our rabbis invite you to come for all or any part of the morning to bask in the sanctuary sunlight and enjoy the feeling of community. Following the service, schmooze and nosh at our weekly catered Kiddush lunch.
Alternative Shabbat Practice: Kol Neshama Minyan and Shabbat Sit
Kol Neshama Minyan
2nd Saturdays 10:00 a.m.
Join our rabbis, lay leaders, and special guests for a musical, meditative, and participatory prayer experience, during which we’ll find quiet space to sink into the peace of Shabbat, and we’ll give joyous voice to our neshamas (souls) as we open our hearts to Shabbat and to each other. The words “kol neshama” means “voice of the soul/breath.”
Saturdays, 11:30 a.m. except 2nd Saturdays, 9:15 a.m.
Led by congregants Larry and Diane Yermack, this Saturday morning experience explores silence and connection to spirituality through simply being present. Using a technique called mindfulness meditation, you will find yourself slowing down, calming your mind and cultivating awareness, compassion and Jewish wisdom. Whether you are new to meditation or have many years of experience, you are warmly welcome. Larry and Diane have studied, taught, and practiced “mindfulness meditation” extensively, including teaching with Rabbis Sheila Weinberg and Jeff Roth.