Worship

At Central Synagogue

Friday Night Shabbat Service:
6:00 pm, Main Sanctuary

Saturday Morning Shabbat Services:
9:30 am, Main Sanctuary, most weeks

Saturday Morning Shabbat Services:
11:30 am, Main Sanctuary, occasional

Mishkan Service: (a more intimate, participatory worship experience)
9:30 am, select Saturdays, Community House or Lindenbaum Pavilion (Ask at Community House Front Desk)

Morning Minyan: 8:00 am
Mondays - Fridays, Community House

Please see our calendar for more detailed information.

Service Times

Friday Night Shabbat Service:
6:00 pm, Main Sanctuary

Saturday Morning Shabbat Services:
9:30 am, Main Sanctuary, most weeks

Saturday Morning Shabbat Services:
11:30 am, Main Sanctuary, occasional

Mishkan Service: (a more intimate, participatory worship experience)
9:30 am, select Saturdays, Community House or Lindenbaum Pavilion (Ask at Community House Front Desk)

Live Streaming

(during services)

Call In

(during services)
1-605-475-5619
code: 776-041-1657#

Or call toll-free 1-877-864-6450*

*If your phone plan has free long-distance calling or unlimited minutes, we ask that you consider using the (605) number to help us defray these expenses so that we can continue to provide this important service.

Worship at Central Synagogue is spirited, intimate, and meaningful. The services use a mixture of Hebrew and English to be both traditional and approachable. Music is an essential piece of our Reform Jewish worship experience and there are many opportunities to join in song.

The Mishkan
A new way to experience Shabbat Morning Worship.
Live Streaming
Watch Shabbat worship online live from New York City, Fridays at 6pm and Saturdays at 9:30am.
Shabbat Services
View worship schedule and learn more.
Sermons
Listen to archived sermons.
Music
Listen to clips and learn more.
Holidays
Read educational resources for celebrating the Jewish year.
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From Rabbi Rubinstein

“Worship now needs greater accessibility to the front. It involves greater interfacing of all the elements of the service: music, worship, clergy, the congregation. It demands a greater sense of involvement and participation. And more than anything else, to build now demands that you know that you don’t know, that worship and its needs change rapidly and radically.”

Rabbi Rubinstein, Amherst Magazine, Summer 2002

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