Shabbat

We hold regular Shabbat services:
  • Every Friday at 8 pm followed by an oneg/social until 10 pm. The third Friday evening each month includes a Torah reading service. (See Weekly Announcements and Calendar for dates.)
  • First Saturday of the month at 10 am followed by a light lunch.
  • The third Saturday each month there is a Contemplative Prayer and Meditation Service from 10-11 am followed by a light snack. (See Announcements and Calendar for dates).

On those Shabbat mornings when we do not hold services, Emanuel Congregation holds weekly Shabbat morning services at 11 am at which Or Chadash members are always welcome.

 

Our worship services are intimate, participative and full of song.

We use an egalitarian liturgy and women and men participate equally in religious services.

Lay leadership is a cornerstone of our religious practice; the role of leading services is shared among members of the congregation, our rabbi and our cantorial soloist. 


Weekly Announcements of Events & Calendar

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March 18, 2016 Announcements

March-May 2016 Calendar

Newsletters

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Blog

Click Here to Visit Our New Blogsite for Elul

Or Chadash Blogs Elul:  Check Us Out!
For the last few years, Rabbi Phyllis Sommer has embarked on a social media project to prepare for the High Holy Days through reflection and introspection in the month of Elul. Her project, #BlogElul, has resonated with Jews across the world, and has given rise to a lot of Elul content in social media–and now it’s time for Or Chadash to join the movement! During the month of Elul, as we prepare to receive the year 5776, members of the Or Chadash community will create posts centered around the themes provided by Rabbi Sommer. This blog will collect these posts and allow us to engage in meaningful conversations via comments and perhaps even your own responses on your social media. We encourage you to participate in the worldwide conversation in order to enrich your Elul experience.

We will collect those posts in a the blog which will allow us to engage in meaningful conversations via comments and perhaps even your own responses on your social media. We encourage you to participate in the worldwide conversation in order to enrich your Elul experience. If you're interested, please email  office@orchadash.org
withwhich day(s)/theme(s) you would like to write about.
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