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Kabbalat Shabbat, Shabbat Morning & Yom Tov/Festivals

Note: Understand that services will look and feel a little different. All changes have been made with Rabbinic guidance, the Committee on Jewish Law and the Rabbinic Assembly. Additionally, we appreciate all the work on the part of the Reopening Planning Committee to get us to this point. To view our monthly calendar and all service and study sessions, click here:

Our doors are open to all who seek to worship, learn and serve the community. We are currently conducting services, study sessions and holidays in person and on Zoom for those who need it.

Services at  Adat Chaim in Owings Mills, MD are a learning experience.  The structure of the service, the meaning of a prayer, the interpretation of the Torah portion or a comment regarding the practice of Judaism are interwoven into each service experience.

Our goal is to broaden the understanding of Judaism.  And through better understanding, establish each individual’s relationship with God. Join us to experience our interactive service.  Come learn with us.

We offer:

  • Shabbat Morning services begin at 10:00 AM
  • Study sessions with Rabbi Pinsker are held via Zoom at 10AM on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
  • Kabbalat Shabbat services are held the on the 4th Friday evening each month beginning at 7PM. Starting February 25th, we will conduct services in person with Zoom option for those who need it.
  • Yom Tov/Festivals are included on the calendar.
  • To be added to our weekly updates and services contact us at:
  • To view our monthly calendar and all service and study sessions, click here:
  • Note that candle lighting and havdalah times are for informational purposes only.

Building Protocols & Guidelines 

If you are planning to come into the building for any reason, please adhere to the following to ensure the health and safety of all individuals present:

  1.  Proof of vaccination status must be provided in order to enter the building;
  2. We require that masks be worn while in the building for any reason, i.e. services, programs, or dropping off anything to the office;
  3.  Although reservations are not required for services, it would be helpful to know if you or any family members/guests will be attending in-person by sending us an email; 
  4.  There will be no Kiddush, which means no eating or drinking in the building at this time; 
  5.  We will have a siddur (Lev Shalem) and/or chumash placed on chairs to space out attendees. You are free to bring your own from home if you wish to do so. For the time-being, we recommend that you bring your own kippah and tallit.
  6.  Be sure to check the calendar for any updates and changes in our schedule:
Fri, December 2 2022 8 Kislev 5783