6:45PM: Erev Shabbat Services
Weekly Candle Lighting during services
9:30AM 1:00PM ~ Shabbat Services and Kiddush Lunch
Shabbat is the most special day of the week, which is abundantly evident at Congregation Or Ami. The Shabbat experience is the central time where members gather for prayer, learning, and to deepen their relationships with one another. Or Ami celebrates Shabbat in a manner that respects diversity of practice, while encouraging congregants to grow in their observance and in their appreciation of the significance of traditional Shabbat customs. The myriad of Shabbat experiences at Or Ami encourage much spirited and enthusiastic participation.
The warm and supportive setting in which Or Ami celebrates Shabbat has made it a highlight of people’s weekly lives, providing purpose and meaning as it has done for countless generations of Jews. We invite you to come and experience Shabbat at Congregation Or Ami. For more information about our Shabbat activities, please call Becca in the synagogue office at 713-334-4300.
To learn more about how you can participate in services, please call or email Becca in the office at:
713-334-4300 or email@example.com.
To sign up to read Torah, please click Torah Reading Schedule.
Please join us for our fabulous musical service! Watch our calendar for this quarterly evening, featuring our most talented congregants!
Please join us for our monthly interactive and participatory service as we review and discuss the Parasha of the Week. Limmud Shabbat is usually the third Saturday of the month, but check our calendar to confirm!
Discussion with the Rabbi and Mincha Service
On the second Saturday of every month, our Saturday worshippers enjoy a discussion with Rabbi Estes following Kiddush lunch. Topics are Rabbi’s choice and always thought provoking. Following our discussion, we join together at 2:00 pm for Mincha, the traditional afternoon service which includes a brief Torah service. Everyone is welcome to attend Mincha, whether you enjoyed Kiddush lunch after Shabbat services or are just coming by to say Kaddish.