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Music at Temple Shalom

Music is at the heart of congregational life at Temple Shalom.  It imbues each moment with meaning, enhances our joy in moments of celebration and soothes our hearts in times of sorrow. 

 

Musical Leadership 

Cantor Jen Keren leads our community in song and prayer.                                                                                                                                                                                  She finds joy in lifting up the congregation's voice together in song.                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Musical Worship 

Friday Evening Service                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Join us in person or via live stream as we welcome Shabbat into our lives each week.   We join together in song each week with the voices of our clergy and the uplifting music of the guitar.  

Shabbat B'yachad                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Shabbat B'yachad is a monthly, multigenerational community celebration of Shabbat including: Tot Shabbat (5:30pm), Family dinner (6:00pm),               Shabbat service with Shabbat B'yachad band (6:30pm), and adult dinner and programming (7:30pm)                                                                                                                                                     

Shabbat Zimra                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Shabbat Zimra is an opportunity to raise our voices in song together to welcome Shabbat.  This is a musical, meditative service featuring the voices of Shir Shalom, the community chorus of Temple Shalom.   Join us for this opportunity to sing freely, breathe deeply, and to join in community after a busy week.

 

Performance Groups 

Shir Shalom - open to anyone who like to sing!  Get to know members of our temple community while learning new Jewish music. Participate in services and community programs throughout the year, including High Holy Day services.

Kehillah Club Singers  - open to all students grades K-7.  We aim to instill a sense of community, a love of singing, and appreciation for Jewish music.  Kehillah Club Singers participates regularly in our Shabbat B'yachad service as well as the community Purim spiel. 

Shabbat B'yachad Band - a mix of professional musicians and community members.  The Shabbat B'yachad band brings energy and joy to our monthly Shabbat B'yachad service. 

Purim Spiel players - open to all who love to sing, act and dance! Our multigenerational Purim spiel cast brings the story of Purim to life each year with song, dance and a different theme.

 

 

Shir Shalom Performances

 

 

Shabbat and Holiday Music and Prayer Recordings

Psalm 27 (Achat Sha'alti)
Nissim B'Chol Yom (birchat hashachar) - Shabbat/weekdays
Nissim B'chol Yom (birchat hashachar) - High Holy Days
Shema
Veahavta (from Shema) - faster
Veahavta (from Shema) (slower)
Amidah (Adonai Sefatai / avot ve-emahot)
Amidah (Gevurot)
Torah blessing(before)
Torah blessing (after)
Blessing before haftorah
Blessing after haftorah
Blessing after haftorah (Rosh Hashanah)
Blessing after haftorah (Yom Kippur)
Hatzi Kaddish
Aleinu
Shabbat blessing over the candles
Kiddush (full)
Kiddush (short)
Hamotzi
Shecheheyanu
Hannukah blessings
L'cha Dodi
Fri, March 1 2024 21 Adar I 5784