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We welcome families of every configuration to share in the Shabbat experience, whether they be families with or without children, traditional or nontraditional. Shabbat services begin at 6:00 PM on Fridays and 10:00 AM on Saturdays.

Please check the calendar to confirm starting times and see up-to-date information regarding options for virtual vs. in-person, registration, and protocols.

Click here for HNT’s most recent COVID-Related Updates.

HNT also offers a variety of additional alternative Shabbat experiences. With all the different options, there’s certain to be one that you’ll connect with!

Shabbat Services During Coronavirus Restrictions

During this time when houses of worship in our state are not allowed to join together in person for prayer, we have moved all of our prayer services, including on Shabbat, to an online format. We form a minyan using two-way voice/video technology, and conduct the full traditional service, including an opportunity for people to say Kaddish. Please email for additional information on how to join our virtual services.

Friday night services are at 6:00 PM, Saturday morning at 10:00 AM. See below for additional information on different Shabbat programs we will go back to offering once we are past this crisis.

Click here to access Siddur Lev Shalem Friday night service online

Click here to access Siddur Lev Shalem Saturday morning service online

Click here to download a digital Siddur Lev Shalem and this week’s parasha readings in the Etz Hayim Chumash


Rhythm & Jews Musical Services

This service with guitars and drumming will get your toes tapping, your hands clapping, and your voice singing! Every Friday between mid-March and late-September during the Kabbalat Shabbat service.


TGIS: Thank G-d It’s Shabbat

This monthly interactive Friday night experience brings all members of our community together for Shabbat. Most congregants welcome Shabbat in the main sanctuary at Friday night services, followed by special dinner in the Feinberg Social Hall. Families with children ages five and under are downstairs as they sing favorite songs, and dance, then enjoy a child-inspired community-style dinner a little earlier in the evening.


Shabbat for Kids

Once or twice a month, kids grade school age and younger are invited to Shabbat events that encourage them to build Shabbat community through song, game, stories, and creative movement. Each program is specifically tailored to the age level of the participants.

  • Playground Minyan: program for preschool-aged children and their parents
  • Mini-Minyan: program for Kindergarten – 2nd Grade
  • Junior Congregation: program for 3rd – 5th Grade


Gan Danny

HNT also seeks to meet the needs of our entire congregation, including our youngest – Gan Danny (Danny’s Garden) is an indoor preschool playground stocked with books and toys to encourage active play. This inviting room is the perfect space for children under five and their parents to take a quiet break during Saturday morning services.

Contact: Ashley Rowland, Administrative Assistant to the Clergy