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236 Kane Street / Brooklyn, NY 11231 / 718 875-1550

Weekly Services

On Shabbat we leave the stress and competition of the week behind. As we come together for Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat and Saturday Shabbat morning services, the community joins in song and reflection, Rabbi Resnick, and Cantor Sarah Myerson, and by members of the Congreagtaion. Throughout the year we celebrate Shabbat and holidays with a variety of prayer services and educational programs. Everyone is welcome to join us in prayer, study, and friendship.

Kabbalat Shabbat
Friday evening, 6:30pm
Currently on Zoom at
Services in the Sanctuary or Chapel are followed by an Oneg Shabbat and refreshments. During the year we hold several Shabbat pot luck dinners, which include Z’mirot (Jewish hymns) and Birkat Hamazon (grace after meals).

An early Kid-Friendly Kabbalat Shabbat is held several Fridays throughout the year at 5:15pm in our Sanctuary and is followed by a dinner.

Learn the Friday Night Melodies

Shabbat Morning Services
Sanctuary Service, Saturday morning, 9:45am
Led by Rabbi Paul Resnick and Cantor Sarah Myerson
and refreshments follow services.
Health and Safety precautions for Shabbat morning services can be found at

In-Person Kids and Youth Shabbat Morning Services Return!

Please note: in-case of bad weather these services will happen on Zoom

Rain backup times for online services are as noted below (different from in-person times).

Mini Minyan

for children age 1-4 and their families.
10:00-10:35am in the Chapel, 2nd floor
[Rain backup time: 9:00am]
led by Landon Braverman

Songs, dancing, giving thanks through prayers, a mini Torah parade, a story and challah and juice.
Open to all. No need to register.
Masks are required.

Kinder Minyan

for children in Kindergarten, Grades 1 and 2, and their families.
11:00-11:55am in the Chapel, 2nd floor
[Rain backup time: 10:00am]
led by Landon Braverman

A warm, fun service, full of energy, with prayers, a story, and learning. Open to all. No need to register.
Masks are required.

Minyan Noar

for children in Grades 3 through 6, and their families
11:00am-12:05pm on the Rooftop
[Rain backup time: 11:00am]
led by Rabbi Val and Melissa Zimmerman
with special teen leader Sarah Kohler

Features a play based on the week’s Torah portion for kids to spontaneously act out prayers, blessings, a free-ranging discussion and learning. Open to all. No need to register.
Masks are required.
A hat and sunscreen are recommended—there is not much shade on the Rooftop!

Teen Service

for post-B’nei Mitzvah teens, Grades 8-12
12:30-1:05pm 3rd floor All-Purpose Room
led by Rabbi Val and Melissa Zimmerman

Masks are required.

Sunday Minyan: Shacharit
Sunday Mornings, 9:00am
Currently online at
Chapel, 2nd Floor of the Goldman Building
Begin your week with our warm and intimate weekday prayer service on Sunday morning./span>

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