Shir Tikvah is a fiercely loving, affirming, joyful, and inclusive community; we represent all demographics, diverse in identity, gender, race, age, class, ability, and culture. We're energized by the intersections of prayer, pursuit of social justice & equity in our challenging world, and innovative Jewish programming for both child and adult.
Shabbat with Shir Tikvah
As we practice physical distancing, we will gather together online this Shabbat. Our gathering will take place wherever we are to be found, on Zoom. Due to security concerns, we are no longer able to post zoom links on our website. Zoom links can be found in your copy of this week's e-news. If you are not currently receiving our weekly e-news, please contact contact Sara
Friday 6:30pm Kabbalat Shabbat in the Cloud: Our digital siddur will be an updated link in Friday's Shabbat Message. Our standard Shir Tikvah Siddur for Shabbat can be found here. Welcome the Shabbes Bride and each other in Shir Tikvah’s virtual sanctuary; we’ve been waiting for you all week!
Saturday 7:00pm Havdalah with J-Pride & Shir Tikvah: Deepening with the dark as we open to the returning light; set an intention for the new week in these unusual times. Join us in connecting to the nourishment offered to us from the sacred darkness. Through singing and reflection we will listen deeply to the wisdom and gifts embedded in the dark and practice rooting ourselves in its sweetness as we open to the expansion and possibilities greeting us through the returning light. Please come to this ritual with something that smells like home to you that you can use for the b’samim (havdallah spices).
Additional Ways to Connect at Shir Tikvah
Each week Shir Tikvah has new and varied ways you can connect, including classes, small groups, and an evening story! Please review this week's e-news for programs and zoom links. If you are not currently receiving our weekly e-news, please contact Sara.
Upcoming Pesach Celebrations will be found on our Pesach page and in our upcoming Pesach email.
Shir Tikvah is a kehillah kedosha (holy community) joyfully revealing the intersections of talmud torah (lifelong Torah study), t'filah (prayer), tzedak (justice) hachnasat orchim (radical hospitality).