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Friday, Jun 18, 8:10pm

Fridays 6:30PM - ~7:30PM


In-person Sign Up Here OR

Live Streamed Here



This week's Torah portion is Parshat Chukat

Shabbat, Jun 19

Saturdays 9:00AM - ~11:30AM


Motzei Shabbat, Jun 19, 9:21pm

Live Streamed Here



Our minyanim are a mix of live-stream, zoom and in-person.  Click here for more information. 


Prayer for mourner's when there isn't a minyan - click here


Download a Siddur Here

Download a Shabbat Morning Kit Here 

You can click on the triangle below to watch at anytime.

Are you interested in chanting the Haftarah?

Please contact Cantor Cohen here for more information and available dates.

Special blessing for an aliyah chanted using a printed book instead of a Torah scroll:



Our Minyanmi schedule is below:


Click on the day to attend the Minyan

Mondays, 7AM (also in-person and live-streamed above)
Meeting ID: 879 0265 1341
Thursdays, 7AM (also in-person and live-streamed above)
Meeting ID: 879 0265 1341
Meeting ID: 358 083 140
Meeting ID: 767 012 145
Meeting ID: 580 816 191


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.

  • If attending via 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.


Please join me, Ruth Deane, for our Family Shabbat Service at 10am on designated Shabbat mornings. Currently via Zoom, our 45 minute services are always kid and parent friendly. We use this time to join together and share in singing prayers/tfillot and to have an opportunity to discuss today’s personal challenges and triumphs, as seen through the lens of this week’s torah portion.
Hope to see you there…Shabbat Shalom! More Info Here


Worship at Woodbury Jewish Center is spirited, intimate and meaningful. The services use a mix of Hebrew and English to be both traditional and approachable. Song is an essential piece of our worship experience, with many opportunities to join in.  Please refer to our Calendar for the most up to date information.

Mon, June 14 2021 4 Tammuz 5781