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Shabbat Morning

Open the doors to your heart and soul with prayer, reflection, and study. Rejoice as children join the congregation becoming B’nei Mitzvah. Sing along with our lay leaders and Cantor. Engage with friends and community members. Learn from the Rabbi or special guest through a dynamic sermon. Come home to the Kol Shofar family and celebrate the joy, meaning, peace, and enduring wisdom of our Jewish tradition. 
Every Saturday morning: 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

On select Shabbat mornings, join us for our Meditation Circle: Shabbat Sit. Led by congregants Larry and Diane Yermack, this Saturday morning experience explores silence and connection to spirituality through simply being present. Using a technique called mindfulness meditation, you will find yourself slowing down, calming your mind, and cultivating awareness, compassion, and Jewish wisdom. Whether you are new to meditation or have many years of experience, you are warmly welcome. After the sit, please come join the congregation for Torah study, sermon, concluding prayers, and our community Kiddush lunch after services.
Shabbat Sit Time: 10:15 – 11:00 AM

Tot Shabbat

Led by Cantor Naomi Weiss, this joyous and interactive Shabbat experience for pre-school and their families, is sure to lift your heart and bring a sense of Jewish pride. Sing Shabbat songs, parade the Torah and enjoy the warmth of community. Please join the whole community for our Kiddush lunch afterward.
Tot Shabbat Time: 11:45 AM – 12:15 PM

Kol NEshama Minyan

Kol Neshama, literally “Voice of the Soul,” is a meditative, musical, and participatory prayer experience, led by Rabbi Arik Labowitz and musical specialist Surya Prakasha. Following the style of our Musical Meditation High Holiday Services, here we seek to settle into the peaceful and joyful spirit of Shabbat, giving voice to our inner spirit and opening our hearts to one another, the world, and the Source of Peace.
Kol Neshama Time: 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM

Friday Night Musical Shabbat

This musical Shabbat experience with our Rabbi and Cantor draws upon, traditional, Hasidic and contemporary melodies, aiming to draw in the sweetness of Shabbat as we end the week. The service is for all ages and families.
Friday Night Musical Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Virtual Services

All Shabbat services, many other services & programs are offered virtually via Zoom. For information on virtual offerings, please contact:

Robin Koffman
415-388-1818 ext. 106

Sat, July 20 2024 14 Tammuz 5784