Our members and guests find our worship services to be inviting, fulfilling, comforting, joyous and meaningful.
Music is the soul of our worship; bringing joy, personal insight and a sense of community to our prayers.
Our services are filled with a variety of music and prayers, including contemporary and traditional melodies, to satisfy the spiritual needs of our congregants. We believe that this diversity creates a beautiful worship experience in an environment inspiring full and spirited congregational participation.
Erev Shabbat Services
|The First Friday of each month is Tot and Family Shabbat. Tot Shabbat, an interactive and fun service for families with young children begins at 6:15PM in the Taylor Learning Center. This service includes music, singing and storytelling. People of all ages are welcome. Family services begin at 6:15PM in the Gordon Chapel This joyous musical service is led by our clergy and guitarists. We encourage our teens to participate in the Band! Please join us for a spirited and innovative Shabbat experience! A congregational dinner (reservations required) follows both of these services.|
|On the Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Fridays of each month our service begins at 6:15PM in the Peggy and Yale Gordon Chapel. The service, from the Mishkan T’filah siddur (prayerbook),includes a sermon by the Rabbi, as well as a mix of traditional and contemporary melodies and prayers. This service offers opportunities for congregational participation through liturgy and music. Join us for an uplifting and meaningful Shabbat experience!|
|We follow Tot Shabbat on the First Friday of the month with a congregational dinner (reservations required). This is an opportunity for families to socialize and relax while programming is provided for their children.|
|“Visual T’filah” is an exciting musical Shabbat experience with our own band and service without a prayerbook. This Visual T’filah “service in song” is a blend of contemporary melodies composed by some of the leading Jewish composers of our time presented in a unique and modern manner combining our liturgy with art and other visual imagery. Join us and enjoy this Shabbat innovation!|
|Shabbat-in-the-Round is a joyous and meditative service sure to uplift you! A wonderful way to end your week and welcome a soulful Shabbat. Complimentary childcare, pizza, and a movie will be provided for children during the service. Immediately following the service, join us for some nosh.|
Our 10:00AM Shabbat morning service often includes a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration and other life-cycle simchot. The service is led by one or both of our Rabbis and our Cantorial Soloist and includes the reading of Torah and Haftarah.
|Temple Oheb Shalom is the only Reform synagogue in Baltimore to hold a daily minyan. Our morning minyan every Monday-Friday at 7:30AM and on Sunday mornings at 8:45AM (except on Sundays when the building is closed for summer or Religious School breaks) is followed by a light breakfast.|