Shabbat at Beth Tfiloh 

In his book Radical Then, Radical Now, the late Rabbi Jonathan Sacks z"l wrote, “Shabbat is the day we stand still and let all our blessings catch up with us.” We invite you to join your BT family in shul each Shabbat when we allow our myriad blessings to catch up with us through davening, singing, inspiring words of Torah, and a communal kiddush.  

In our continued effort to balance modernity with halacha, Beth Tfiloh Congregation’s Shabbat services include the use of the halachically-approved Tzomet sound system to ensure that all who attend can follow along. Women are invited and encouraged to participate within the framework of halacha. 

Shabbat service options include: 

Dahan Sanctuary service, 9:15 am
All are welcome to this traditional Shabbat morning service, led by Chazzan Avi Albrecht. Our clergy offer thought-provoking insights into the weekly parshah (Torah portion) that you can carry with you into the new week.  

Young Family Service, 9:45-11:15 am
Come connect with a community of young families and participate in a vibrant minyan where everyone feels welcome, led by Rabbi Dr. Eli Yoggev. Parents and kids can daven together at this full Shabbat morning service, or drop kids off at their own groups for fun, age-appropriate Shabbat activities. View complete Young Family Service details here 

Teen Minyan, 9:47 am
Teen Minyan is a student-led minyan for Bar and Bat Mitzvah-age through high school. We come together to daven and enjoy games, discussions, divrei Torah, prizes, snacks, kiddush, and more. The service is facilitated by BT school basketball coach Ari Braun, BT shlichim Matan and Shani Shefler, and BT school alum Eitan Murinson ’19. View complete Teen Minyan details here 

All Beth Tfiloh Shabbat services are open to the community without regard to synagogue affiliation. For more information, please contact Dan Silien, Director of Shul Operations, at 410-413-2202 or See the Schedule of Services for Shabbat and weekday service times and Shabbat and Yom Tov candlelighting information.
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