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Shabbat

Worship experiences at Woodlands are predominantly upbeat and
celebratory. We view worship as a microcosm for the outside world and,
as such, endeavor to include as much of the full gamut of human
experience — from joyous to sad, philosophical to emotional — as we
can. We mainly use our own Shabbat siddurim, produced over the years
by temple members in consultation with our clergy. Additionally,
we do not...Read more...

Online Shabbat Resources

This Week's Service Handout (the Daf Tefilah) - click here 

Friday Evening Siddur (Prayerbook) - click here for Shabbat prayers.

Yizkor Service Booklet - click here

WCT Shiva Book - click here 

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Kabbalat Shabbat at 7:00 pm

Here at Woodlands, we purposefully use “kabbalat” to describe one of our many signature worship experiences. Kabbalat Shabbat is for our entire community – from older members through grade-school-aged kids. It’s a regular Friday night service, but an hour earlier to accommodate older folks who don't like to drive late at night and our younger members' bedtimes. The music is uplifting and catchy, but not pediatric. Kabbalat Shabbat is...Read more...

Shabbat b'Yachad at 5:30pm

Shabbat b'Yachad is proof that no one’s too young—or too old—to be an active participant in life at Woodlands. One Friday a month, during most months, the 30-minute service is geared youngsters age 0-7 with a caregiver. It’s a wonderful way for them to share a delightful experience with their parents and grandparents. (Of course, other relatives and friends are welcome to tag along.)

What is Shabbat b'Yachad?...Read more...

Fri, April 19 2024 11 Nisan 5784