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Weekly Service Schedule

Due to the COVID-19 closure, TI's service schedule has changed, with all services now conducted via Zoom. We hope you will join us for some of the services below, as well as throughout the Fall Holiday Season.

The Conservative Movement recognizes the need for guidance regarding the use of technology on Shabbat and Holidays. You will find resources here to help you think about your own practices. You can also view a learning session with Rabbi Werbow that offers insights into our own practices here at TI.. 


KABBALAT SHABBAT
Fridays at 6:00 pm
Gather for a virtual pre-Shabbat shmooze at
5:45 pm, then bring in Shabbat with the community.
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SHABBAT MORNING SERVICES
Saturdays at 9:30 am
Our beautiful lay-led services include parts of the service permissible without a minyan but include
Mourner's Kaddish for those observing yahrzeitn.
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ZOOM-DALAH!
Saturdays after sundown 
Join TI's Neighborhood Havdalah for a warm and welcoming service to bring in the new week.
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SUNDAY MORNING MINYAN
Sundays at 9:00 am
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Shabbat
Services are traditional, egalitarian, participatory and led by TI members in partnership with our Rabbi. Children are welcome in main services as well as at special activities for those aged 18 months to 12 years. On Saturdays, we love to spend time after services in a leisurely way at lunch and enjoy special programs afterward or an afternoon of board games. Come join us! 

Friday Night
Kabbalat Shabbat Services: 6:30 pm - daylight saving time; 6:00 pm - standard time

Saturday Morning
Shabbat Morning Services: 9:00 am

Sign language interpreting available by contacting Sheri Blonder at sheri@tifereth-israel.org or 202-882-1605.

Sunday Morning
All are welcome to come start the week in prayer, then stay around for breakfast and lively conversation. Sunday morning minyan is often the prelude to a day of other TI educational or social activities, whether social action projects or special classes. 

Minyan: 9:15 am; 9:00 am when there is no religious school.

Tue, September 29 2020 11 Tishrei 5781