Religious Services at Manetto Hill Jewish Center are warm, egalitarian and communal. Services are performed in Hebrew and English. Our services are conducted by Rabbi Neil or members of our congregation, many take part on a regular basis.
Our services include congregation participation, inspiring sermons from Rabbi Neil, stimulating guest speakers and conversation, a delicious Kiddush and the warmth and spirit of Jewish togetherness are the hallmarks of every Shabbat.
Friday Night, Saturday Shabbat Morning and Weekday Services
Friday evening services incorporate both Hebrew and English. Our Saturday morning services are recited mostly in Hebrew and transliteration booklets are available. Both services are fully egalitarian.
Check our calendar for the dates and times of holiday services, Friday Night and for our Saturday Morning Services.
Friday evening Shabbat services begin at either 7:00, 7:30 or 8:00 p.m., depending on the particular Shabbat. We regularly incorporate special events within our Friday Night Services, including Musical Shabbat, Religious School Class Shabbat or themed Shabbats, such as our Aloha Shabbat or Shabbat Under the Stars.
Saturday Shabbat morning services begin at 9:30 a.m. If you have never been to a Saturday Shabbat Service, click here to read an article from My Jewish Learning explaining what you can expect on Saturday morning.
We also hold evening minyans at 8:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday.
Junior Congregation is held once a month on Shabbat (Saturday) morning at 10:00a.m.
Currently, many of our services are being streamed through Zoom. If you wish to join us and require the link, please email our Main Office.
Check the calendar, your weekly emails or contact the Main Office for dates and times.