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Candle Lighting

Thursday, May 28, 7:59p


The Chapel will remain open for you to "enter" via Zoom throughout Shabbat

More information on Zoom can be found below.
Friday at 6:30PM Kabbalat Shabbat Service with Rabbi and Cantor
This will include Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat, a sermonette from the Rabbi, and Ma'ariv led by the Rabbi.  
Saturday Morning with Rabbi Fruithandler
9:00 - 9:45 - Shacharit
9:45 - 10:15 - Abbreviated Torah Service, including Torah reading, questions on the Parashah, and a Haftarah

10:15 - 10:30 - Jerusalem United 
10:30-11:00 - Musaf
10:50 - 11:15 or so - Schmoozing 



Havdalah with Cantor Cohen


Motzei Shabbat, May 30, 9:10p


Meeting ID: 226 760 542


Thanks to the Rabbinical Assembly, you can now download Siddur files free HERE

Shavuot 2020

Thursday, 5/28 - CLICK HERE to join us via Zoom

7:30pm Shavuot Evening Service
8:00pm Rabbi Fruithandler's Class, “Did God Do This To Us?” Bring your own ice-cream!
9pm – 9am Tikkun Leil Shavuot: Torah from Coast to Coast hosted by the Rabbinical Assembly Streaming on YouTube Live HERE
For more information and schedule CLICK HERE

Friday, 5/29 - CLICK HERE to join us via Zoom

9:00am Shavuot Service
~10:30am Yizkor Service CLICK HERE for WJC Yizkor Book
6:30pm Shavuot Shabbat Evening Service

Saturday, 5/30 - CLICK HERE to join us via Zoom

9:00am Shavuot Shabbat
(Will not include Yizkor)

CLICK HERE for WJC Yizkor Book


What is Shavuot?

Shavuot celebrates both the first fruits of the harvest as well as the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai.  On a visceral level it represents safety and security as we count each night from Passover to Shavuot hoping for a full harvest.  On a spiritual level it represents the climb out of Slavery in Egypt up to the heights of Mount Sinai and the Torah.  Some of the traditions of Shavuot include eating dairy, studying the Torah, and decorating our homes and sanctuaries with flowers or live vines.  If you’d like to dive deeper into the many layered meanings of Shavuot you can read here or email Rabbi Fruithandler.


Meeting ID: 358 083 140
Meeting ID: 767 012 145
Meeting ID: 580 816 191
*Memorial Day Minyan will be at 9AM


Thanks to the Rabbinical Assembly, you can now download Siddur files free HERE


Everything you always wanted to know about the WJC weekday minyan but were afraid to ask:

Everyone is invited to join us for this fulfilling mitzvah.  Enrich your soul and connect with fellow congregants, some of whom may be in need of help to say kaddish for a loved one.

  • The weekday minyan is conducted via Zoom.  Services don’t take very long, so please come on time.
  • Let us know if you would like to be called up for an aliyah (Mon/Thu mornings).
  • Men are required to wear tefillin to be honored with a Torah Aliyah. ‘Loaner’ tefillin are available.

What in the world is Zoom?

Not sure how to join a Zoom meeting?
Watch this excellent video on how to get in on the fun! It's easy to learn and will get you "out" of your house.
CLICK HERE to watch on YouTube directly
Sun, May 24 2020 1 Sivan 5780