Beth-El Zedeck offers many opportunities for prayer and spiritual celebration. Shabbat services are held every Friday at 6:00 p.m. Saturday morning Shabbat services begin at 10:00 a.m. Worshippers are invited to the Kiddush and Oneg table following services.
Daily Minyan is held Monday through Friday at 7:30 a.m., and Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 5:45 p.m. Morning Minyan on Sundays (and secular holidays) is held at 9:00 a.m. Breakfast follows the daily morning Minyan.
Each year, several Friday evening services are designated as Shabbat Family Services, and the first Friday of each month is Simcha Shabbat, honoring children with birthdays during that month as well as all couples with anniversaries. A blessing of healing is offered at each Friday evening service.
Festivals and Holy Days are observed with services and creative programs that highlight the solemn and joyous aspects of our yearly cycle. Special children’s programming for pre-school through high school is an integral part of our High Holy Day observance.
Worship services are conducted in either our beautiful Max and Mae Simon Sanctuary (right) or our modern Kaufman-Schuchman Chapel (upper left). The sanctuary has seating for 600, expanding to seating for 1,500 during the High Holy Days. The Chapel houses breathtaking stain glass windows and seats approximately 200.
5778 High Holy Day Sermons
Renouncing Hatred and Falsehood by Rabbi Dennis C. Sasso, delivered on the first day of Rosh Hashanah
Embracing Love and Truth by Rabbi Dennis C. Sasso, delivered on Kol Nidre
It Is Your Face I Seek: Reflections on Psalm 27 by Rabbi Shelley A. Goldman, delivered on the second day of Rosh Hashanah
We Proclaim the Powerful Sanctity of This Day by Rabbi Shelley A. Goldman, delivered on Yom Kippur
5777 High Holy Day Sermons
“Joy By Proxy” by Rabbi Dennis C. Sasso, delivered on the first day of Rosh Hashanah
“Name That Shul: Zedeck” by Rabbi Shelley A. Goldman, delivered on the second day of Rosh Hashanah
“The Oy and the Joy” by Rabbi Dennis C. Sasso, delivered on Kol Nidre
“Name That Shul: Beth-El” by Rabbi Shelley A. Goldman, delivered on Yom Kippur