Shabbat Shirah – the “Shabbat of Song,” is the week when we read the passage known as "Shirat HaYam" (the Song of the Sea), when the Israelites crossed the Sea of Reeds and broke in song and dance upon reaching the other side. This year it coincides with Tu B’Shevat, Judaism’s “Holiday of the Trees” and celebration of the environment. Come enjoy some of the special foods associated with Tu B’Shevat – fresh fruits with symbolic values that are part of the Tu B’Shevat Seder.
If you would like to contribute to this festive Kiddush, let us know. We'll help you select a Tu B'Shevat fruit or fruit-based dish (dates or date bread, bananas, berries, citrus).
Please note that this is our only Shabbat morning service during February.