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קבלת שבת The heart of our community is the synagogue where we hold services for the whole family which are open and egalitarian.


Friday evening services begin at 6:00 PM in the summer, and at 5:30 PM in the winter. The time changes as of 23.10.15.

Shacharit services on Saturday morning begin at 9:00.


On Shabbatot when we do not have Bnai Mitzvah, our services include creative prayer combined with learning led by a member of the community.


In addition, Kamatz [קמצ] is pleased to be able to host visitors to our community for home hospitality following Friday evening services. If you are interested in joining a family from our community for a Friday night meal, please contact us:


Dates and Times of Holiday Services and Activities

For High Holidays Schedule please see the High Holidays page under the "Visit Us" Menu

Study Session for Succot Monday, 28.9.2015, 10:30 AM

A study session on Succot will be held after Shacharit prayers

Succot - Family activity for Succot
in cooperation with the Time Bank

Tuesday, 29.9.2015, 10:00 AM


Study Session for Succot II

Saturday, 3.10.2015, 10:30 AM

The book of Ecclesiastes led by Rabbi Shlomo Fox.


Simchat Torah

Sunday, 4.10.15 06:00 PM
Monday, 5.10.15 09:00 AM

Hakafot with singing, dancing and Torah scrolls which are just the right size.

Led by Rabbi Shlomo Fox.


Friday, 11.12.15, 5:30 PM

Joint candle lighting before Kabbalat Shabbat, followed by Shabbat-Kat.

Tu B’Shvat

Saturday, 23.1.16, 9:00 AM

An event for adults and families with children including a creative shacharit service, activities for adult and children - followed by public singing and a community brunch.



The Jews had light, joy, gladness and honor!

Shortened reading of Megilat Esther combined with melodies, drama and holiday songs. For the whole family.




Traditional reading of Megilat Esther followed by study session.



A carnival for children ages 3-10 produced by Noar Telem

Holocaust Remembrance Day


A community event with a personal touch, including prayer, readings and the lighting of personal memorial candles.

Between Memorial Day and Independence Day


A special program to mark the complex transition from sadness to joy. The event will include, readings and singing.


Jerusalem Day
A musical evening with Smadar Carmi Giberman



Prayer and aliyah to the Torah, featuring the youth who participated in the “I Read – Young Jewish Leadership Course”.

9th of Av


Study, reading of Eicha, led by Raba Alona Lisitsa and members of the community.



פעילות הקהילה מתקיימת בתמיכת הסוכנות היהודית לא"י, המגבית היהודית מטרו-וסט, התנועה ליהדות מתקדמת בישראל, WRJ , האיגוד העולמי ליהדות מתקדמת ותורמים פרטיים.