The word that best describes ritual services at B’nai Tikvah is welcoming. No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, you’ll find a place that’s right for you in our community.
We are a multi-faceted, multi-ethnic synagogue, with members who come from all around the world and bring their own unique cultures and traditions.
We are a congregation of participants, not spectators. We encourage singing and involvement in our services.
Details for our Simchat Shabbat, Young Family Shabbat, and Minyan services
Schedules for all our High Holiday services - Traditional, Family, Youth, Tot - plus details on Operation Isaiah
Schedule for all Sukkot and Simchat Torah services
Information about Passover services including and guidelines, including Siyum B’khorim and Breakfast for the First Born
Schedule information for Shavuot services, including the Shavuot Tikkun Leil Shavuot Dinner
Celebrating and acknowledging the lifecycle events of our members is one of the most important and gratifying aspects of our synagogue.