Temple Israel

600 New Scotland Avenue

Albany, New York 12208

518.438.7858

Worship
Schedule of Upcoming Services

The primary entrance to Temple Israel is from Hackett Boulevard in front of the St. Peter's Hospital parking garage. Ample parking is available and affords easy access to administrative offices, Social Halls, and the Hadar gift shop.



MORNINGS

Sunday, March 26 - 8:30 AM

Monday, March 27 - 6:45 AM

Tuesday, March 28 -  7:00 AM

Wednesday, March 29 - 7:00 AM

Thursday, March 30  - 6:45 AM

Friday, March 31  - 7:00 AM


 EVENINGS

Sunday - Thursday, March 26 - March 30 - 6:45 PM


Date                       Candle             Friday Eve           Shabbat         Mincha          Shabbat                                     

                              Lighting            Kabbalat              Morning         Shabbat         Ends

                                                      Shabbat      

Mar 24 - 25           6:54 PM           6:00 PM*             9:00 AM         6:30 PM          7:55 PM

Mar 31 - Apr 1      7:02 PM           7:00 PM               9:00 AM         6:30 PM          8:03 PM


* Shabbat Around the World following services

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Daily Minyan

We offer daily morning and afternoon services everyday at Temple Israel.


Morning services take place at 6:45 AM on Monday and Thursday*, 7:00 AM on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and 8:30 on Sunday morning with a light breakfast.


Afternoon service times vary based on the season. See our weekly Shabbat sheet or Israelight for current times.


*Thursday mornings features learning session with Rabbi along with light breakfast.


Kabbalat Shabbat



Join us on Friday night for Shabbat Services.  Times are listed in the Israelight and on our website.  Many Friday nights we have Shabbat dinners prior to or after evening services. 

Shabbat Morning Services

(Please see monthly service schedule for times and weekly portions)


Our unique treatment of the Torah reading at our Shabbat morning services has become a model around the country.  The Torah reading is an opportunity for you to learn with the Rabbi. Shabbat morning also is a time to mark significant passages in our lives, such as weddings, births, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. To encourage participation, we also provide a Shabbat Shorashim for children 7 years and younger twice a month.


Seudah Sh'lishit



We serve a traditional meal after the Shabbat afternoon service.  The Cantor leads us in melodies called Zemirot. Shabbat concludes with the evening and Havdallah services.

Shabbat Shorashim

A fun filled service with songs, stories, snacks, prayers and parades!
For families with children 7 years old and younger.

Check back here for upcoming dates.

A fun filled service with songs, stories, snacks, prayers and parades!

For families with children 7 years old and younger.