People want their religion to be transformative. They want it to be responsive to their hearts and souls. Let’s meet that need.
Rabbi Larry Sernovitz

Kabbalat Shabbat

Nafshenu’s Kabbalat Shabbat services are always musical, spiritual and introspective – an uplifting way to end the week and begin our regular period of rest and reflection. Join us virtually for the time being via Zoom – take a look at our upcoming schedule below and click “find out more” for more information and registration.

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Shabbat Morning

Shabbat Morning at Nafshenu may feel a little different than what you’re used to. Strolling in before services begin, you’ll be greeted by the familiar smell of brewing coffee and members of Nafshenu’s core team. The rabbi will probably encourage you to grab a cup, a donut, and take some time to mingle before we wake up together in prayer with Modeh Ani. After taking the time to warm up our bodies and our spirits, be ready for an interactive discussion of Torah following the reading of the weekly parasha.


For the month of February, Nafshenu will continue with virtual programming via Zoom. Click on “find out more” below for more information about each service and to register for the Zoom link.

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