Morning minyan are held Sundays, legal and Jewish holidays at 9:00 am
and Monday through Friday at 6:30 am and Tuesday evening at 9:00 pm.


Kabbalat Shabbat services are held the first quarter hour
after candle-lighting, but not later than 6:30 p.m. on Friday.

Services on Shabbat begin at 9:00 am
Shabbat Mincha begins seventy five minutes before the end of Shabbat

Shabbat Children’s Services at Moriah

Each week from the end of August through the middle of June, Moriah offers three unique children’s services. These services begin at 10:30 am every Shabbat. We hope you will join us in celebrating Shabbat!

    1. Tot Shabbat: meets in the wheel room and is led by parents. It is a wonderful service full of singing, stories, a Torah parade, snacks, and fun! Parents must attend with their little ones. Infants up to pre-k are welcome.  Please be in touch if you would like to volunteer to lead this service!
    1. Mini-Minyan is our service for kindergarten – 2nd grade. This service is for children only and meetd in the Dolphin room. We use Siddur Mah-Tov which is full of beautiful artwork, clear Hebrew font, and is easy to hold. We have adult leaders that rotate throughout the year and get to know the children, help them grow and form their own prayer community. Here our children have a positive Shabbat experience as they continue to learn prayers, discuss God, and discover stories of the Torah.
    1. Junior Congregation is for 3rd-6th graders and meets in the Goldstein Beit Midrash. This service is also for children only. We have adult leaders (including our Youth Director) that will rotate throughout the year and facilitate the service. This service will primarily be led by the students. Each week there will be a discussion of the Torah portion and Jewish values, as well as a group activity or game for the students to actively participate in. Students that are interested may read Torah and have aliyot at this service.

We encourage all children to attend their age-appropriate service each Shabbat they are here at Moriah. They are welcome to have fun in the babysitting room or game room and join their parents in the main sanctuary before or after children’s services. We look forward to celebrating Shabbat with you!