Our spiritual life centers on Shabbat, the weekly Sabbath celebration. Everyone is welcome to attend our virtual Shabbat services, or watch them via live stream or YouTube.

Click HERE to join us via live stream

Click HERE to join us live on YouTube.com

Click HERE for the Shabbat Prayer Book

See questions at the bottom of the page below to determine whether or not you should attend services onsite.

Watch previous services
Listen to Shabbat Prayers


FRIDAY,  JULY 2

KOL SHABBAT SERVICE AND PICNIC AT 6PM
Bring your own dinner or purchase a boxed dinner from us and we’ll eat outside in the courtyard weather permitting.

SATURDAY, JULY 3

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM
TOT SHABBAT AT CBI AT 10:30AM

MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM


FRIDAY, JULY 9

SHABBAT SERVICE AT 7:30PM


SATURDAY, JULY 10

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM

MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM


FRIDAY, JULY 16

SIMCHA SHABBAT SERVICE AT 7:30PM WITH RABBI STEPHEN FUCHS
Aufruf of Matt Ross and Laura Hechtman


SATURDAY, JULY 17

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM WITH RABBI STEPHEN FUCHS
TOT SHABBAT AT CBI AT 10:30AM

MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM


SUNDAY, JULY 18

TISHA B’AV AT 5:30PM
On Yom Kippur we atone for our individual sins. On Tisha B’Av we atone for our communal sins. Tisha B’Av is an often forgotten holiday. On this day, we remember the countless times in our people’s history when it seemed as if all hope were lost, starting with the destruction of the first and second Temples. We read the book of Lamentations and we remind ourselves of how far we still have to go to fulfill the vision our Torah provides of society. And then our tradition takes us from this memory of despair to a place of hope and promise. The future has not happened yet. Please join us for a service to mark this day.


FRIDAY, JULY 23

SHABBAT SERVICE AT 7:30PM


SATURDAY, JULY 24

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM
MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM

FRIDAY, JULY 30

SHABBAT SERVICE AT 7:30PM 


SATURDAY, JULY 31

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM
MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM

FRIDAY, AUGUST 6

KOL SHABBAT SERVICE AT 6PM
Bring your own dinner or purchase a boxed dinner from us and we’ll eat outside in the courtyard weather permitting.


SATURDAY, AUGUST 7

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM
TOT SHABBAT AT CBI AT 10:30AM

MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM


FRIDAY, AUGUST 13

SHABBAT SERVICE AT 7:30PM


SATURDAY, AUGUST 14

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM
MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM

FRIDAY, AUGUST 20

SIMCHA SHABBAT SERVICE AT 7:30PM


SATURDAY, AUGUST 21

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM
TOT SHABBAT AT CBI AT 10:30AM
MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM

FRIDAY, AUGUST 27

SHABBAT SERVICE AT 7:30PM
Aufruf of Zach Cohen and Patricia Salcedo


SATURDAY, AUGUST 28

TORAH STUDY AT 9:30AM
MORNING SHABBAT SERVICE AT 11AM

COMMUNITY SELICHOT CELEBRATION AT 6PM
Temple Beth Hillel, 20 Baker Lane, South Windsor
Join us as we prepare for the High Holy Days with a co-sponsored community Selichot Study and Service.
6pm Havdalah made by local Cantors
7pm Study conducted by local Rabbis
8pm Service begins
RSVPadmin@tbhsw.org or call 860-282-8466

By attending a service or event, you agree to follow all safety protocols in place including and without exception:

    • wearing a face mask that covers the mouth and nose at all times indoors
    • physical distancing from people who do not live in your household
    • temperature check upon arrival (must be below 100.4 F)
    • self-assessing your health prior to your arrivalIf you answer to any of the following questions, please stay home:
    • Have you tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 14 days?
    • Are you waiting for results of a Covid-19 test?
    • Are you unvaccinated and have been exposed to anyone who tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 14 days?
    • Have you traveled outside of the country in the last 14 days to a location that would require you to quarantine upon your return?
    • Have you had any of the following symptoms in the last 24 hours? Cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain?
Thank you for your patience and understanding regarding our Board of Trustees’ policies. They are put in place to ensure that we all feel and stay safe while gathering together.