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"More than the Jewish people has kept the Sabbath, the Sabbath has kept the Jewish people."

-Ahad Ha-Am, Jewish writer

Most people associate holidays with yearly festivities, but in Judaism, one holiday happens every week - the Sabbath.
This holiday, known in Hebrew as Shabbat and in Yiddish as Shabbos, is fundamental to Jewish life. The Sabbath has truly become a unifying influence for Jews all over the world.

Shabbat at Temple Shalom is a one-of-a-kind and profound experience. On Friday nights and Saturday mornings, our Sanctuary fills up as the congregation and our welcomed guests participate in prayer and music. Our Shabbat services are also livestreamed from the Sanctuary. 

Our Sanctuary full of people for Shabbat morning service. Everyone stands as the ark is open.

Friday night service (during season starting September 10)* -  7:30pm

Friday night service (during the summer)* -  6:00pm

Saturday morning service -  10:00 am

Join via livestream

Members have the opportunity to enhance our Shabbat celebration each week in recognition of a simcha, in appreciation, or just because they'd like to be more involved. 

*We have Beach Shabbat several times a year on Friday nights on the beach at Lowdermilk Park.
Welcome Shabbat with your toes in the sand as the sun sets at this magical Shabbat experience.
Check the calendar for the latest schedule and service location.

Members gather in a semi-circle on the beach at sunset. Rabbi Miller and Cantor Azu face the group with the sunset at their backs.

For more information on services please contact the Temple office at (239) 455-3030 or at info@naplestemple.org.

flower arrangement and mitzvah basket on the bimah in the Sanctuary.

Sponsor the bimah decorations. Flowers and Mitzvah Food Baskets can be provided (each for a $200 donation) along with our thanks and recognition.

Submit our online form, contact info@naplestemple.org or call us at 239-455-3030 to make arrangements.

Celebrate a simcha by sponsoring a Kiddush lunch on Saturday following services with a $250 donation to the William Freschel Kiddush Fund

Sponsor the Sisterhood Oneg on Friday night. Contact templeshalomsisterhood@gmail.com to make arrangements.

For more Shabbat information and ideas, visit the Shabbat page at the Union for Reform Judaism.

Thu, September 29 2022 4 Tishrei 5783