The daily minyan is held Monday through Thursday at 7:00 PM
Morning minyan on Sundays at 9:00 AM
Major National holidays (New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day will be held at 7:00 PM
Friday Night 8:00 PM – Saturday 9:30 AM – Yom Tovim – 9:00 AM unless otherwise noted.
Shabbat and Yom Tov Service
We offer a “Traditional Conservative” interactive Shabbat Service experience with melodies and readings that you grew up with. Sing along with the Cantor, read the prayers led by the Rabbi and experience the beauty of Shabbat in a meaningful and traditional and yes, sometimes a nontraditional and modern new way.
Friday Night Shabbat Service 8:00 PM – Oneg Shabbat follows the service.
Saturday Morning 9:30 AM – followed by a complete Kiddush and social experience.
Yom Tovim – Holidays
Join us for the major holidays of Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret, Simchat Torah, Passover including our annual 1st Night Community Seder, and Shavuot.
Evening Yom Tov Services begin generally at *7:00 PM and 9:00 AM – *unless otherwise noted.
High Holy Days
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are collectively known as the Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe), the holiest days of the year. We welcome the new year with apples and honey, family togetherness, and hope for the days ahead. The sounds of the shofar remind us that forgiveness and change are both possible and necessary.
See our annual High Holiday service schedule for information.
Purim & Chanukah
Of course, we also celebrate the minor holidays including Purim and Chanukah. We offer a fun and interactive Purim Spiel, some delicious hamantaschen, a costume parade and more.
On Chanukah, we celebrate together with our students singing, spinning the dreidel and enjoying latkes along with all the joys of the festival of lights.
Attire at TNT for Shabbat (Sabbath)
and Yom Tov (Holy Days) Services:
Shabbat is a sacred time. We give honor to the Sabbath when we enter the sanctuary with certain attire. Our community loves to come together in faith and friendship and dressing appropriately i.e., “business casual” for Shabbat worship is suggested. The same honor applies to Yom Tov Services. Shorts or non-dress jeans are not recommended, and women should exercise a level of modesty in their clothing. High hemlines, bare shoulders (including tank tops) and low-cut clothing are not appropriate. Nor are shoestring straps, strapless attire, or short shorts appropriate. However, a jacket, sweater or shawl (NOT A TALLIT) could be used as a cover up. Pants are totally acceptable for women. When one is called up for an Aliyah on Shabbat or Yom Tov please be dressed appropriately for the honor and the holiness of the day. We will not call upon people to come up on the pulpit to participate in an Aliyah unless dressed appropriately. While the above is a recommendation to bring honor to Shabbat, Yom Tov and to the community, no one will ever be turned away in their desire to worship with our congregation.