In the season between Purim and Passover, we are asked, in a variety of ways, to be thinking about and caring for others. Our ancient agricultural laws provide some guidelines for how we might think about the hungry among us. Come prepared to think about the food we eat, where it comes from, and who makes decisions about access to it.
Shabbat services begin at 9:00am, and usually finish by 11:45am. Services are followed by a light lunch, often with time for singing, birkat hamazon (blessings after the meal), and extended conversation.