Every Shabbat, our multi-generational kehillah kedosha — (sacred community) comes together to pray (and sway), to learn, engage, and let our voices soar through our magnificent sanctuary. Or sometimes we just hum along.
But we always leave inspired.
We use the Conservative prayer book Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Festivals. We also provide transliteration of many of our prayers.
Our morning service begins at 9:30 a.m. Our Shabbat services will fill your soul, and our weekly outdoor kiddish will fill your belly.
Shabbat Services are held in person, on our high-definition Live Stream, or on Zoom. Please note: Aliyot for Shabbat morning services are held in person.
Shabbat mornings at Shaarey Zedek offer:
If you have a special occasion, we want to celebrate you with a blessing and an aliyah. Click here to contact the clergy to put your date on the calendar.
Shabbat and Me:
Join us for a playful morning of Jewish songs and stories, games and exploration! Challah and grape juice kiddush included. For kids 0-5 years and the adults that love them. All participants are welcome to stay for our community Shabbat lunch following services.
Supportive, non-judgmental, and learning-focused prayer service made for and led by our daveners aged 6-12. Children learn about the weekly Torah portion, play Judaism-related games and activities,
sing songs, and learn how to lead Shabbat prayer and rituals.
Parents and guardians, don’t worry, we have lots for you too! Timely Torah, Sanctuary Service, Wisdom and Coffee, Pray and Play, and Refreshments.
For more information call the synagogue office (248) 357-5544.
Once a month, we enjoy lively musical Friday night services that we’ve dubbed Thank God It’s Shabbat (T.G.I.S.), accompanied by guitars, drums and other instruments. In summer, we look forward to these themed Shabbat services (Western Shabbat or Patriotic Shabbat, for example), set on our beautiful outdoor William Saulson Pavilion.
What do we do on the other Fridays? Kabbalat Shabbat at CSZ is a joyful, musical, prayerful, uplifting, soulful and engaging way to welcome Shabbat. Join Hazzan David Propis on Zoom.
Havdalah with the CSZ clergy is a joyful, musical way to say goodbye to Shabbat and hello to the new week. Check for service times, bring your favorite beverage and join on Zoom.