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Temple Har Zion Weekly Services

Temple Har Zion holds: 

Our temple is open for in person participation for Shabbat services on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings; for Shohet Daily Minyan on Monday, and Wednesday, and Thursday; and for selected additional services.

We livestream of all of our services on Zoom at the links are below; ask the temple office if you need the password.

Our Friday evening and Saturday morning services and selected holiday and festival services/programs are also livestreamed and saved on Facebook and YouTube (no password necessary).

Also below are links to PDF versions of the Siddur for each service. 

Shabbat  (and Holidays and Festivals)

Friday Evening Kabbalat Shabbat at 6:30 PM


We warmly welcome Shabbat each Friday evening with Kabbalat Shabbat services. 

You may attend Kabbalat Shabbat services live, in-person, or on Zoom at Meeting ID# 818 0357 8025. For Zoom, you must enter the standard Temple Har Zion password.

If you would like to attend online, click here to download a PDF of the Siddur we use for Friday evening services. (If a Siddur PDF does not open immediately for you, try clicking on the Login button and login to your Google account. Contact the office if you need help.)

Saturday Morning at 10:00 AM (also for various Holidays and Festivals)


You may attend Saturday morning services live, in person, or on Zoom at Meeting ID# 242 651 284; for Zoom, you must enter the standard Temple Har Zion password. You can also attend live and stored on Facebook and YouTube.

The Shabbat Morning services are streamed three ways:

Online copies of the Siddur:

If you would like to attend online, click here to download a PDF of the Siddur we use for Shabbat morning services. (If a Siddur PDF does not open immediately for you, try clicking on the Login button and login to your Google account. Contact the office if you need help.)

Recordings of the Saturday Shabbat Services and some of the special programs are available on the temple’s Facebook page and YouTube channel

Shohet Daily Minyan

Weekdays 8 AM; Sunday 9:30 AM
Live in person on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. 
Also on Zoom daily, at Zoom Meeting ID# 799 405 500; you must enter the standard Temple Har Zion password.

Our daily morning minyan is named in honor of Allan Shohet (z”l).

Learn to lead or follow the Shohet Morning Minyan! Click here to hear Cantor Figa chant the service.

Online copies of the Siddur:

Click here to download a PDF of the Siddur we use for the Daily Morning Minyan services. (If a Siddur PDF does not open immediately for you, try clicking on the Login button and login to your Google account. Contact the office if you need help.)

Honors, Readings, and  Aliyot

While many prayers are recited in Hebrew at Shabbat morning services, there are many English readings to allow everyone’s participation. Pulpit honors are accorded equally to men and women. At Shabbat morning services, children are welcome to sit with their parents or to attend regularly scheduled Junior Congregation services.

Members desiring an aliyah or other honor at the Shabbat morning service (to commemorate a Yahrzeit, special birthday, or other milestone) may contact the Temple office. Even when we have a b’nai mitzvah or other special Shabbat, we reserve honors for the congregation.

Temple and Zoom Decorum

To help you derive the most from our services and to help us maintain our traditions, please observe the proper decorum of our service:

  • Attire in the sanctuary—and on Zoom—should be modest and appropriate for a house of worship; no strapless, bare shoulder dresses; no torn jeans or pants; no bare midriffs or shorts, etc.

  • Cell phones should be silenced in the sanctuary. Do not enter or leave the sanctuary when the Ark is open or when the rabbi is speaking.

  • All males should wear a kippah (head covering) while in the building and when visible on Zoom.  

  • Do not take tallit or prayer book into the restroom or a bathroom.

  • Do not smoke anywhere in or near the Temple building.

  • Writing is prohibited on Shabbat and holidays; it’s considered a creative act and thus is not allowed on sanctified days.

  • Refrain from chewing gum in the synagogue building.

  • Pocket-sized hearing amplification devices are available in the Temple; ask when you come in.

  • Photography is prohibited in the sanctuary during services.

Sun, January 29 2023 7 Shevat 5783