Davening (you can call it praying) is like yoga. It takes work but is worth it in the end. Think of it as a hill to climb. But, really, it's only a hill. Our prayer experience is uplifting, musical and communal. It's built around niggunim (wordless melodies) and singing. Lots of singing. Listen here. We're not on every week, so be sure to check the calendar.
Take your Saturday mornings to the next level with some Kitchen goodness. We daven for the first hour and a half and follow it with an interactive Torah reading called Storahtelling. Then shabbos lunch on us. (Shout outs to our peeps at Wise Sons for always bringing it with their deli deliciousness.)
Babysitting-during-services to the next. Mimi Greisman is a childhood educator, well-known throughout the Bay and ready to teach Kitchen kids ages 3-8 (younger if a parent is present) during our Friday night Shabbat services.
While we run an informal operation, and we love that kids do as they do in The Kitchen during services, we still recognize that sometimes kids get bored with all the grown-ups. And we want their Shabbat to be full of quality learning, too.
Mimi offers a variety of activities: music, singing, puppet shows, stories, parachute time, bubbles, movement and art. Parents welcome.
Join us Friday night after services and ess, kinder, ess! Tickets for each available below, or go big and do 'em all.