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Shabbat Services

Shabbat, February 19-20, 2021

Torah Reading: Parshat Shekalim

Friday, February 19 - Adar 7, 5781
5:35 PM  | *Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat/Maariv 
5:34 PM  |   Candle Lighting    

Saturday, February 20 - Adar 8, 5781
9:00 AM  |  **Shacharit, including celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of Eytan Atias and the reading of Parshat Zachor
9:38 AM  |  Latest Time to Say Shema
11:00 AM -11:10 AM | Reading of Parshat Zachor
11:10 AM-11:40 AM | Tot Shabbat & Children's Davening 
 5:20 PM - 5:30 PM | Reading of Parshat Zachor
 5:30 PM  |  Mincha/Maariv
 6:34 PM  |  Shabbat is Over

* PLEASE NOTE:  Sign-up required.

If you would like to attend in-person service, please sign-up at  Events & Daily Minyan Signup .

If you would like someone to say Kaddish on your behalf for a Yahrzeit, please email Rabbi Albert at least one day before the Yahrzeit. 

Children old enough to remain masked and seated next to an adult for the length of a service can attend with them.

We wish a special Mazal Tov to Yona and Yuval Atias on the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Eytan, who will be reading Torah this Shabbat morning. Friends of the family are invited to join Eytan's family for Shabbat morning services: sign up at Events & Daily Minyan Signup . If you can't make it, you can find a written Dvar Torah that Eytan will be sharing on Shabbat morning  by clicking here.


Tot Shabbat is Back! 
As the stay-at-home orders are lifted, we will be returning to our in-person programming.

Families with children ages 0-5 are invited to join Meira Albert for a socially-distanced outdoor Tot Shabbat service on Shabbat morning at 11:15 AM at the park on Mandana corner Carlston. Please bring your own blanket to sit on.

Eight feet of distance will be maintained between families, and masks are required for everyone three and older. Please RSVP to

The Eruv is up!

More info about Eruv boundaries at  Oakland Eruv

Read: "Oakland synagogue celebrates new year with long-awaited eruv" at  J Weekly


Erev Shabbat Drasha

Every Thursday at 8:00 PM

Join us as we share words of Torah with our community at

To listen to the latest drasha, visit our page Live @ The Shul 


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ERUV Notice 

The Eruv is up this Shabbat. 

As we iterate on the Eruv, we would like to call your attention to a minor change beginning this Shabbat. While the perimeter of the Eruv remains the same, a section of St. James Dr. has gone from "Green" to "Red", meaning that one cannot walk as far down St. James from Park Boulevard while remaining in the Eruv. For more information, please see the updated map on our website:

Thu, February 25 2021 13 Adar 5781