Congregational Kabbalat Shabbat
“Kulanu,” meaning “all of us” in Hebrew, captures the feeling of togetherness that we experience on Friday night when we join as a community to pray, eat, and schmooze.
Our rabbi and cantor “tweak” our already-family-friendly Shabbat eve service to accommodate young children and parents. Lots of singing, and freedom to get up and wander around!
Following the service, when social distancing is not required, is our ever-popular Shabbat potluck dinner, with more singing and moving around!
Rabbi Bronstein leads 3rd-6th graders in learning Kabbalat Shabbat (Friday evening) prayers from 5:40-6pm on Wednesdays once a month. This prepares students to participate in Kabbalat Shabbat services, including the Shabbat Kulanu programs.