Need an online home for Shabbat this weekend?

The TJP has you covered

All synagogues in the area have canceled their in-person Shabbat services in compliance with local and state regulations. However, there are many services to join online.

Here are some great choices:

Friday, March 20

Pre-recorded and Available, Ahavath Sholom (Conservative)

Rabbi Andrew Bloom and Hazzan Jeffrey Weber lead Kabbalat Shabbat.

Pre-recorded and available now, Temple Emanu-El (Reform)

Rabbi Dan Utley and Cantor Vicky Glikin lead Kabbalat Shabbat.

5:15 p.m., Shearith Israel (Conservative)

Join Rabbi  Shira Wallach for a virtual Shababa dressed in your favorite superhero costume! Explore some real-life Jewish superheroes, and how everyone can be superheroes for our friends, family and community! at:

6 p.m., Beth Torah (Conservative)

6 p.m., Shearith Israel (Conservative)

Watch Hazzan Itzhak Zhrebker welcome Shabbat

To see an online siddur go to:

6:30 p.m., Anshai Torah (Conservative)

This service starts at 6:30 p.m. If you don’t have Zoom downloaded already, make sure you’ve done that ahead of time by clicking the link above.

6:30 p.m., Temple Shalom (Reform),

7:30 p.m., Adat Chaverim (Reform)

7:30 p.m., Beth-El Congregation (Reform)

Saturday, March 21

Pre-recorded and Available, Ahavath Sholom (Conservative)

Rabbi Andrew Bloom and Hazzan Jeffrey Weber lead Shacharit Services.

9:30 a.m., Anshai Torah (Conservative)

Shacharit service.

9:30 a.m.-Noon, Shearith Israel (Conservative)


To see an online siddur go to:

In lieu of regular services, an invited minyan will gather with Shearith Klei Kodesh and several community volunteers who are not in any of the CDC categories of increased vulnerability for Coronavirus. This will allow us to recite the prayers that require a minyan. Jewish law allows for those watching to say “Amen” as if they were present in the room, as a way of participating in the ritual.

9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m., Beth Torah (Conservative)

10:30 a.m., Temple Emanu-El (Reform)

Join TE Live for Saturday morning Shabbat worship (Vayakhel/Pekudei) where will music lift your souls and meditative moments bring you closer to your holy self.

8:17 p.m., Anshai Torah (Conservative) ) Havdalah

8:20 p.m., Shearith Israel (Conservative) Havdalah

Havdalah with Rabbi Adam Roffman and Rabbi Shira Wallach

Say a sweet goodbye to Shabbat!

8:30 p.m., Community Havdalah Service, Chabad of Dallas (Orthodox)

Have your family, spices, candles and wine at the ready.

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