At Leo Baeck Temple we seek to celebrate the joy, beauty, depth, and mystery of life through communal prayer.  Our synagogue is a welcoming home for spiritual exploration.

B'nai Mitzvah at Leo Baeck Temple

At the age of thirteen a Jewish child becomes a B'nai Mitzvah — a child of the commandments. Now responsible for their own ritual and ethical behavior, the child and family celebrate this milestone by coming to Torah and helping to lead services. At Leo Baeck Temple this is an intimate, warm, joyful, and meaningful experience.

Shabbat Services

From the fall to early summer, we hold our weekly Shabbat Evening Services at 6:15pm. Throughout the summer months, we are thrilled to venture outdoors for our much-loved Shabbat Under the Stars at 7:30pm. On the second and fourth Saturday, we invite you to join us in person or virtually for Shabbat Morning Minyan at 9:30am – a joyful service in song, and Torah learning.  

Holiday Celebrations

Fortunately in Judaism, the calendar is filled with holidays throughout the year. At Leo Baeck Temple, we make the most of those opportunities to come together as a community and commemorate these holidays through various rituals, traditions, and meaningful  celebrations.

Yizkor Services

Four Yizkor memorial services are held at Leo Baeck Temple throughout the year: at Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Passover, and Shavuot, to give our community the chance to honor their departed loved ones. Check the calendar for the specific service dates.

Shabbat Calendar

Prayer Books

Shabbat Evening
Table Blessing
Shabbat Evening
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Shabbat Morning Minyan
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B'nai Mitzvah Morning Service
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B'nai Mitzvah Afternoon Service
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