Our services during most of the year are every Shabbat morning, Saturday, at 10:30 a.m. We meet for services at 13001 37th Ave S, Tukwila, Washington. However, during the months of July and August, please check our sidebar to the left (events) for modified service times. During this summer, we are experimenting with alternate Erev Shabbat services and Shabbat morning services to mix things up a bit. After our Erev Shabbat services, we offer a free chicken dinner with all the usual flare you would expect on Shabbat. These nights are expected to go from 6:30pm-9:30pm and include Kabbalat Shabbat prayers, Maariv, dinner, and a Melitz Yosher gathering at the end of the night in the sanctuary (healing circle prayer/meditation).
Our morning Shacharit services are about two and a half hours long. The liturgy and music are in Hebrew and in English, and are user friendly. The focus of our service is a blend of liturgy (sung in traditional nusach) and Torah understanding for our time. We blend gentle djembe drumming with acapella music to bring an organic sound to our services.
If you are wondering what you should wear in synagogue, we prefer for people to dress up for the occasion with modest attire.
Join a group discussion of the weekly Parsha. Everyone is encouraged to participate and share his or her insights. Our class gleans wisdom from various rabbinic and messianic sources. We use the Artscroll Chumash commentary as a base for our discussions.
The purpose of this class is to make reading and understanding Biblical (Classical) Hebrew a skill accessible to all. This primer not only provides a thorough walkthrough of basic Hebrew grammatical concepts and vocabulary, but also aides the student in perfecting each chapter with maximum retention through easy to follow lessons. Each student will gain the necessary tools to become confident in reading and more successfully translating Hebrew.