Shabbat enables us to rest from all the never-ending demands of this world, while providing us the opportunity re-capture our essence. It enables us to connect back to Spirituality and holiness, as well as providing us the opportunity to find meaning and joy in our rest.
Oftenly when we enter the synagogue we bring in the world with us. We are so busy with our “hellos-and-how-are-you” and “sharing what’s been going on”, that we do not realize that we are bringing in both the good and the bad of the week with us. Instead of being totally focused on Shabbat.
Our services are geared towards a more traditional form of worship, where we can draw closer to G-D through the use of our siddur to achieve a form of spiritual ka’vah’nah (heart attachment) and avodah, to serve the one true G-D, The G-D of Israel.
At congregation B'nai Maccabim, we celebrate the Jewish High Holidays which were established by HaShem. These appointed times can be found in the TORAH (as seen in the figure to the right). Celebrating them allows us to stay connected to our G-D, our people, and our land as well modern traditions which define our Jewish life and identity.
Our Calendar includes both High Holidays, as well as many Yom Tovs our community likes to celebrate. Please check our calendar
Tehillim (Psalm) 100:4-5
No Shabbat Service pending change in COVID regulations
Pesach (Passover) - March 27-April 4
Shavuot- May 16-18
Rosh HaShana- September 6
Yom Kippur- September 15
Sukkot- September 20
Purim- February 26, 2021
Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)- April 8
Yom Ha-Atzmaut (Israel Independence Day)-April 15
Tisha B’Av- July 17
Simchat Torah- September 27
Hannukak- December 28