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Join us for a special Shabbat family experience!
Saturday, February 4th! 9:15 am breakfast; 10:00 am service
This Shabbat will feed the soul and spirit in many ways.
First, drop by for a complimentary breakfast from 9:15 —9:45 am
Then at 10:00 am, join us for a family-friendly, musical and creative Shabbat service, with Peter and Ellen Allard!*
All are welcome to join us, temple membership not required!
*Well-known throughout the Reform Movement and beyond, Peter and Ellen are creative, spiritual, and humorous composers and performers of Jewish music for all ages. They are specialists in creating worship that engages both the very young and the young at heart.