All service times are approximate. Schedule may differ for holidays/festivals.

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Daily Minyan
Mondays – Thursdays 7:30am & 5:30pm; Fridays 7:30am; Sundays and some legal holidays 8:00am & 5:30pm

Shabbat Services
Fridays 5:45pm; Saturdays 9:00am; For Mincha, Third Meal, Ma'ariv and Havdallah times, please visit Calendar page

Shabbat Babysitting
Saturdays, 9:45-11:45am
We want everyone to have a great Shabbat experience. Should your child(ren) need a break, feel free to take them to Room 11 for some play time, stories and a snack. No charge.

Tot Shabbat
First Friday most months 5:45pm
For families with young children, Rabbi Robert Eisen holds this special service with stories and songs. Some months include Shabbat Dinner after service.

Shir Hadash: A New Song
Third Fridays, 5:45pm
Led by and featuring Emily Ellentuck as cantorial soloist, this service includes singing, clapping, participatory melodies, niggunim (wordless chants), and more involvement by all who attend. Everyone is welcome. It’s a new way to embrace Shabbat! Some months include Shabbat Dinner after service.
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Shabbat Family Experience
Second Saturdays, 10:30am
Share in this interactive, spirit-filled and participatory service led by children in the Religious School and Tucson Hebrew Academy. This program is a mandatory part of religious school, yet everyone is welcome. Participants lead services, discuss the meaning of some of the prayers and act out scenes from the weekly Torah portion.

K’Ton Time
Third Saturdays, 10:30 – 11:30am
This service is for young families to share songs, prayers, stories, games and playground time; then partake of a kid-friendly kiddush. Geared to families with kids ages 1 to 6, but every family is welcome!

Mourners Kaddish
“Magnified and sanctified be His great name…”

These are the opening words to the Mourner’s Kaddish, the words that have been spoken throughout the generations… the words that unite the generations like no others. Do you need to say Kaddish? Are you able to be there so others can fulfill this timeless mitzvah? Please help your fellow congregants by making a commitment to attend at least one morning minyan a month. Invest a few minutes of your time to feel good about yourself while helping others feel better about themselves. Kiddush follows morning minyan, Monday through Friday.

Honor yourself and your congregation by participating in services throughout the year as a Gabbai. Training is provided to ensure your comfort in being prepared for this special position. If interested in becoming a Gabbai, please contact the Clergy Assistant.

Candle Lighting Times for Shabbat & Yom Tov

candlelighter prayer Ba-ruch A-ta A-do-nai, E-lo-hay-nu me-lech ha-o-lam, a-sher kid-sha-nu b’mitz-vo-tav, v’tsi-va-nu, l’had-lik neyr shel Shabbat Blessed are You, Adonai our God, Sovereign of the Universe, who has sanctified us with the commandments and commanded us to kindle the Shabbat candles. (Replace the word Shabbat with Yom Tov on festivals. When Shabbat and a festival are on the same day, add v’Yom Tov after Shabbat.) image

Yizkor Services on Yom Kippur, Shemini Atzeret, 8th Day Pesah & 2nd Day Shavuot

Printable 2013-2014 • 5774 Candlelighting Times for Shabbat and Yom Tov (Mountain Standard Time)

Shalom CenterRabbi Eisen greets a family.
During kiddush following Shabbat morning services, you will be greeted by a warm and friendly synagogue member who can answer any questions you may have. There is also literature regarding our programs and events, as well as information about other Jewish issues. One can pick up a New Member Packet to learn more about the synagogue and all it offers; a current issue of our monthly bulletin, Kolenu; our Preschool/Kindergarten brochure; our Religious School brochure; reservation forms for a variety of programs and classes; and much more. Stop by, we'd love to meet you!

If you would like to receive a complimentary hard copy of the latest issue of the Kolenu, please contact Yvonne. The digital version can be viewed at Kolenu newsletter.