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.

Friday

Tot Shabbat Most Fridays but please check our calendar 10:00 AM
Kabbalat Shabbat Service Most Fridays but please check our calendar 6:00 PM
Rock My Soul Shabbat Please check our calendar for dates 7:00 PM
Thank God It’s Shabbat Please check our calendar for dates, Wine & Cheese Oneg Follows 7:30 PM

Saturday

There are no regularly scheduled Saturday services, however, there is a regularly scheduled Torah Study Group from 9:15-10:45am with Rabbi Klein that is open to anyone who would like to participate.

There are Saturday services at either 11:00am or 4:30pm on the occasion of a Bar or Bat Mitzvah. These services are listed on our calendar and are open to attendance by the entire congregation.  We encourage you to join us in worship and in welcoming our newest member into the congregation.

Holidays

For a complete list of upcoming Holidays please follow this LINK to the URJ website.  Holiday services will be listed on our calendar.

HHD Schedule

Miss a Service?

We have live streaming and archived videos of most Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat services as well as several Rock My Soul and a few Thank God It’s Shabbat services available through our Live Streaming page. We have also archived many of our past High Holy Day sermons on our sermon archives page and have linked access to text and some audio format.  We also have

Want to be a Sponsor?

We welcome you to sponsor a Shabbat service.  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 each 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.  Sponsorship for the Rock My Soul Shabbat oneg is $250. To become a sponsor, please contact Suzanne Utley by phone at (216) 831-3233 or by email at sutley@ttti.org  or online at http://bit.ly/ShabbatSponsor