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No Shabbat Service
Join us at the UMJC Conference
The Saturday morning Shabbat Service at 10am is open to the public. We’d love for you to join us for services there. We will not have services at Kol Mashiach and there will be no livestream. Serivces will resume July 27th.
Guest Speaker: Kobi Fergusen
Maoz Israel CEO & President
Saturday, July 27 at 10:00am
Join us as we welcome a special guest speaker during our Saturday morning Shabbat service. Kobi Ferguson will be sharing about the work of Maoz in Israel and around the globe. A love offering will be received for Maoz.
Israeli Dance Class
(Will not meet on July 6th or 20th)
Join us on Shabbat at 12:30pm in the Shabbat School Classroom for our Beginner’s Class and at 1:15 for Israeli Folk Dance in the Sanctuary lobby as we learn traditional and modern Israeli Folk dances. All levels of experience are welcome. If you have any questions, please call the office for more information.
Torah for Today
(No Torah for Today on July 20th)

Are you ready to dig into the word and discuss the Torah portion with others? Torah for Today is the place to do it. Join us in the Community Center classrooms from 1:15-2:15pm every Saturday. You can download a copy of the weekly Torah reading schedule here.

(Meets this month on July 6th only)

Our grief support group is open to those that have lost or are caring for loved ones. Join us twice a month as we talk about different topics and share with each other. Grab your bagel and coffee and meet in the Community Center classroom right after service.

Shabbat Morning Prayer
Join us Saturday morning for a time of prayer specifically focused on our weekly Shabbat service.  We are committed to praying over every aspect of our time of corporate worship and teaching so that the Ruach is in the midst of every part of it.


Congregational Prayer

We meet in the Community Center on Tuesday nights to come together and pray for our congregation, community, and nation. There is no requirement for you to pray publicly. We welcome everyone!