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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. 

  • We ask that all in-person attendees be fully vaccinated (if they are eligible). Proof of vaccination is not required, as it is prohibited by State of Florida law. 
  • Properly fitting masks must be worn by anyone age five and older while inside Temple, regardless of vaccination status.
  • We recommend, but do not require KN95 masks.  

 

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

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

Saturday morning service -  10:00 am

*We have Beach Shabbat several times a year on Friday nights on the beach at Lowdermilk Park.
Check the calendar for the latest schedule and service location.

 

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

 

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

 

Tue, September 28 2021 22 Tishrei 5782