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This is when our congregational family gathers together for prayer, study and camaraderie.  We worship together every Friday night and Shabbat morning and seek to offer a diversity of worship styles and experiences. 


We welcome Shabbat on Friday evenings online with prayer, music and learning.  Our Friday evening service is at 6:00 pm on Zoom.


Shabbat morning services begin at 9:45 am. The Torah service begins by about 10:15 am and usually includes an opportunity for learning through a D’var Torah (speech or presentation related to the weekly Torah portion) or an engaging discussion, followed by kiddush lunch.  All are invited to stay, visit with friends and meet new people. Throughout the year, we often enhance Shabbat morning experiences with special services and programs.

Our worship services are conducted in Hebrew along with English readings using Siddur Lev Shalem.  Oheb Shalom also offers a complete English transliteration of the Shabbat morning service.  Our Shabbat morning Torah reading follows the official Triennial Cycle of the Conservative Movement. 

A Place for Kids on Shabbat

Oheb Shalom is family friendly and welcomes people of all ages to attend our services. We offer a special OhebKids! program  on most Shabbat (Saturday) mornings.  OhebKids! is free of charge and open to the community.

We also offer two Friday evening programs:  First Friday Shabbat features two dinner seatings, both adult and kid-friendly food, and a musical Shabbat experience.  Shabbat Club!  is a chance for families with young children to gather monthly on Friday evening and celebrate Shabbat with a casual kid-friendly dinner and family-friendly service.   Shabbat Club is free of charge, open to the community and for families with children aged 0-5, older siblings welcome.

Read more about our Shabbat programs for kids.



The community is welcome to join us for all services. 

Shabbat morning service is held in the Schechner Chapel, where we can worship together in a safe, sacred space. 

Daily Minyan is held on Zoom (please contact for link and password).


Not a member and interested in joining us?

Call 973.762.7067 and ask for Rachel Klein or email her at



Sunday - 9 am - in-person when Zeman School is in session, on Zoom when not.

Monday thru Friday - 8 am
on Zoom (Wednesday in-person)


Fridays, 6 pm on Zoom


Saturdays, 9:45 am in Schechner Chapel, or watch on our new livestream page.

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