Friday Night Shabbat Services


Meet us at the intersection of tradition and innovation

Shabbat WITH CLERGY IN the sanctuary (AND LIVESTREAMED)
Every Friday at 6:15 p.m.
Attend Shabbat services in-person in the sanctuary! We have limited space available for members of Temple Isaiah to join us for prayer, song, and community. Each service will be followed by a food-free “Shabbos Shmooze” (aka Oneg, but no noshes or bring-your-own-dinner allowed just yet). You must RSVP to attend in-person; first come, first served. Services will also be streamed to our Vimeo channel, website & Facebook page. Check our calendar and our newsletters to RSVP.
Join us for virtual Shabbat:
VIEW FROM VIMEO  |  VIEW FROM OUR WEBSITE  |  VIEW FROM FACEBOOK
 Mishkan Tfilah-Shabbat Prayer Book

Shabbat Oneg
Every Friday | 7:00 p.m. - Following Shabbat Services
As we navigate the return of in-person events at Temple Isaiah, we are delighted to share one of our favorite Jewish activities - eating - is making a comeback, as well.



As of April 1, 2022, Friday Shabbat attendees are invited to BYOD - bring your own dinner - to enjoy outdoors on the Vollmer Deck or Sales Community Center patio after services. Cookies and coffee, tea & water will also be served. Check our schedule to confirm any special details
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We believe that the practice of Shabbat gives us resilience, insight, and perspective to journey through life. Shabbat at Isaiah is experienced through music, friendship, warmth, and creativity. We create a vibrant experience to meet the needs and interests of every member of our community. Join us on Friday night or Saturday morning and see for yourself the gifts that Shabbat can bring.


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Our weekly Shabbat services are:
  • • musical and engaging
  • • warm and welcoming
  • • reflective and relevant
  • • nourishing the mind, body, and soul



TOT SHABBAT


Have a listen to the music of our schools

SHABBAT SING ALONG

Sound of Isaiah