Shabbat and Holidays

At The Temple-Tifereth Israel we create sacred time and space, allowing us to set aside daily concerns, experience a sense of community, and reflect on the meaning of our lives. It is where we worship, where we learn, and where we find ways to put Jewish values into practice. It is a place to celebrate with one another in times of joy and find spiritual guidance and emotional support in times of sadness and personal need. The Temple enables us to deepen our spiritual connection to God, each other, the State of Israel and the Jewish people throughout the world, and to the generations that preceded us and those that will follow.

We will stream Kabbalat Shabbat live every Friday,
as well as other religious services and programs, until further notice.

Click HERE to go to the Live Streaming page; then choose the portal for the CHAPEL (Kabbalat Shabbat, b’nai mitzvahs and other services), HARTZMARK (Torah Study and other programs and services) or the space denoted on the Calendar. Many programs and services are also broadcast and saved on The Temple’s Facebook page. Please check our Calendar for updates on specific services and events.

Friday

Tot Shabbat, 10:30 am Fridays

Adults and little ones come together to sing, dance and prepare for Shabbat. Tot Shabbat is being presented on Zoom at this time. Email admin@ttti.org to receive the Zoom link for Tot Shabbat.

Pre-Oneg, 5:30 pm Fridays

Join us (on Zoom) just before the start of our beautiful Kabbalat Shabbat service. Bring a glass of wine (or beverage of your choice), see some “old” friends and meet ones. We will chat about our lives and spend time getting to know each other. Email admin@ttti.org to receive the Zoom link for Pre-Oneg.

Kabbalat Shabbat, 6:00 pm Fridays

Please join us as we come together to bring in the Sabbath at Kabbalat Shabbat. We are currently streaming our Service from the Chapel, which can be viewed live or in our archives at Live Stream, or on The Temple’s Facebook page. To have a misheberach, shehechiyanu, kaddish or yahrzeit prayer recited at our Shabbat service, please call 216.831.3233 ext 114, email admin@ttti.org, or complete the appropriate form.

Nefesh Shabbat, twice a month

Saturday

Saturday mornings begin with Torah Study Group with Rabbi Klein from 9:15-10:45 am. Currently Torah Study is being presented virtually from our Hartzmark Room. The sessions are open to anyone who would like to participate.

On the occasion of a Bar or Bat Mitzvah there are Saturday services at either 11:00 am, 1:30 pm or 4:30 pm. Email admin@ttti.org if you would like the link to participate in a B’nai Mitzvah service.

High Holy Days

An archive of past High Holy Day Services and special services can be found on our updates page. Many of our past High Holy Day sermons on our sermon archives page and have linked access to text and some audio format.

Holidays

Chag sameach! Holiday services will be listed on our calendar. Visit the URJ website for a listing and explanation of Jewish holidays.

Miss a Service?

We have video archives of many of our Shabbat and holiday services, as well as myriad programs, available through our Live Streaming page. 

Want to be a Sponsor?

We invite you to support our congregation as a sponsor.  Please note, while we are presenting services and programs virtually, we are still beautifying our bimah and synagogue with flowers each week. We are not currently hosting oneg gatherings, but look forward to seeing you soon!

Flowers for the Bimah are a $60 sponsorship and continue to provide beauty by decorating our lobby during the week that follows. Another way to sponsor a Shabbat service is to provide the oneg that follows a service. The oneg is a special time when the community is able to further that special bond started by attending a service together. A nice nosh, drink, and schmooze are all benefits of sponsoring an oneg. Regular Shabbat service oneg sponsorship is $100. To become a sponsor, please contact the Finance Department by phone at (216) 831-3233 or by email at hmiller@ttti.org or online at http://bit.ly/ShabbatSponsor