Worship

Virtual Opportunities for Prayer

“When you pray, pray in the synagogue of your city; if you are unable to pray in the synagogue, pray in your field; if you are unable to pray in your field, pray in your home; if you are unable to pray in your home, pray on your couch; and, if you are unable to pray on your couch, meditate in your heart.” Midrash Tehillim


Passover 2021

Virtual Seders

For Central Members

Community Seder (Open to All)

Saturday, March 27, 6:00 pm

Join the greater Central community for a virtual seder with Cantor Mutlu and Rabbi Sarah Berman, and fellow congregants. The seder will be hosted on Zoom, but it will also be streamed on Facebook and our website for those that are unable to participate on Zoom.

A Family Affair (Elementary School Family Seder)

Saturday, March 27, 5:00 pm

Rabbi Rebecca Rosenthal and Jeremy Sipe will lead families with kids in grades K-6 for a seder where we will sing, celebrate, and hit all the seder highlights. We will have about an hour long seder, and then we will let you go to eat dinner with your household or other friends over zoom. Who will find the afikomen? Can we find the youngest child to ask the four questions, even over Zoom? Why is this night different from all other nights? Find out all this and more as we celebrate Passover at a seder unlike any other.

Tot Seder

Saturday, March 27, 4:30 pm

Join Shira Kobren Wasserman and Rabbi Dan Ross for a bite-size seder perfect for families with kids ages 5 and under. We will hit all the highlights, sing your favorite songs, and find the afikoman in an hour or less and then send families off to have dinner. Grandparents and other special guests are welcome to join this seder too -please make sure to register for them as well.


Ongoing Weekly Worship Opportunities

Friday Night Shabbat Service:

6:00 pm

Saturday Morning Shabbat Services:

9:30 am, most weeks

Mishkan Service: (a more intimate, participatory worship experience)

Mishkan Services are held twice a month and are streamed via Zoom. Please check the Weekly emails for Zoom links and more information on streaming.

Morning Minyan: 8:00 am, Mondays - Fridays

All are invited to join us each morning for this lay-led service held weekday mornings on Zoom. For the link, please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Please see our calendar for more detailed information.


Livestreaming

We livestream our Shabbat services Friday evenings and Saturday mornings, as well as holiday services and special events. Click here to access our livestream.

How to join us:

Via Central Synagogue’s Facebook page on Facebook Live.

By Phone: call 1-605-475-5619 with pass code 776-041-1657, or call toll-free 1-877-864-6450*

*If your phone plan has free long-distance calling or unlimited minutes, we ask that you consider using the (605) number to help us defray these expenses so that we can continue to provide this important service.

On TV: Shabbat Services are aired live on the Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS) at 6:00 pm with an encore at 11:00 pm.
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, JBS streams our Friday night service at 7:30 pm with an encore at 11:00 pm.

Find your local JBS channel


Pastoral Care

Any Central member in need of support should reach out to a member of our Clergy team at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or leave a message at (212) 838-5122 x.1000 and someone will get back to you promptly.

Any member with a lifecycle emergency should call (347) 334-1043.