Background

Then God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, because in it He rested from all His work which God had created and made {Gen. 2:3}

Weekly Torah Parsha

The weekly Torah portion (Hebrew: פָּרָשַׁת הַשָּׁבוּעַ Parashat ha-Shavua‎‎, popularly just parashah or parshah or parsha and also known as a Sidra or Sedra is a section of the Torah (Hebrew Bible).

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Weekly Torah Parsha
Shabbat Services

Shabbat Services

Shabbat is the most important ritual observance in Judaism. It is the only ritual observance instituted in the Ten Commandments. It is also the most important special day, even more important than Yom Kippur. This is clear from the fact that more aliyot (opportunities for congregants to be called up to the Torah) are given on Shabbat than on any other day.

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Special Services

Temple Menorah practices 3 primary special services as way of bringing together the community in prayor and spiritual harmoney: Family Tot Shabbat (perfect for families with children ages 0 – 5 years), Shir Shabbat (a Service of Song, Spirit and Celebration!), Shabbat Shalva (a meditative service directed for all members of the community who seek a healing, relaxing, and soothing service which incorporates melodic interpretations of the liturgy, the dim lighting of the sanctuary, and a community Shabbat candle lighting).

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High Holy Days

High Holy Days

In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall observe complete rest, a sacred occasion commemorated with loud blasts. {Lev.23:32}

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