Our Friday evening Shabbat Services (7:30pm) and Saturday Morning Shabbat Services (10:00am) are currently being held in-person at Oakland Mills Interfaith Center and virtually via Zoom.
CJC has services every Shabbat on Friday night and Saturday morning. There are a variety of services including L’Dor V’Dor, Chavurah, B’Yachad and periodic Tot Shabbat programs. Join us for the services that suit you and your family. Check our calendar to see the type(s) of services for a particular Shabbat.
Literally, Amen means to believe. It is a congregation’s way of saying what s/he said applies to me too. I am in this with you. Mishkan Venice has developed this campaign of either using a paper to visually see the words Amen or to learn the sign for Amen. The religious practices committee thought this might be meaningful to try here. So if you are game, go this this website: https://www.mishkon.org/join-our-amen-campaign.html and actively participate in our Shabbat services.
Currently being held via Zoom. Click here to register to receive a Friday night connection link.
Click here to download our Friday Evening Prayer Book
Our Friday evening Shabbat services (7:30pm) are family-friendly and for all ages. Services are filled with music, prayers, readings and community. All are welcome to attend worship services at CJC! Services are held at the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, 5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia.
Currently being held via Zoom. Click here to register to receive a Saturday Morning connection link.
Click here to view Kol Haneshema, our Saturday Morning Shabbat Prayer Book
10:00am Saturday Morning Shabbat Service held at the Oakland Mills Meeting House. The service is clergy-led.
Saturday Morning Lay Led Shabbat Morning Service
10:00am Saturday Morning Shabbat Service held at the Oakland Mills Meeting House. The service is lay-led. Would you like to volunteer to lead a service, present the Drosh or Leyn Torah? Contact Joe Bergstein to volunteer.
L’Dor V’Dor Service
Monthly. Please join as the whole community, clergy, religious school and congregants come together to share in the joy and strength of intergenerational worship. The service is clergy-led, with Hebrew school students leading many prayers. This service is led by the Rabbi and Cantor. It is geared for all ages with Columbia Jewish Community School students leading specific prayers.
B’Yachad (together) Service
Monthly. CJC combines the intimacy of the lay-led Chavurah service with the beauty of our clergy-led service in one congregational service- B’Yachad!
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