Stay Connected during
Covid-19 Social Distancing


There are multiple ways to connect in with worship, study, meetings and more. Temple is using Zoom, Facebook Live and Live Stream whenever possible.

For instructions to download Zoom click here.

For worship – live streaming will link you to our Zoom Account.

You do not need to have a Facebook Account to access our Facebook Live Programming.


Shabbat Blessings      Join Rabbi Yergin at 5:00 pm on Facebook Live to share in Shabbat Table Blessings.

Shabbat Services        Access Shabbat Services three different ways: Live Stream, Zoom and Facebook Live. Service time remain the same: Friday PM (6:30 pm) and Saturday AM (10:30 am).

Click here to access the online version of Mishkan T’filah for Shabbat and a brief users guide.

  • Friday PM begins on pg. 145
  • Saturday AM begins on pg. 170

If possible, please consider using two devices; one for your prayer book and one for streaming services. You may want to download the kindle version of Mishkan T’filah as well.

Torah Study

Torah Study will be on Zoom. Contact Rabbi Nathan gro.asle-hteb@nahtanm for the study sheet if you do not have it and if you could use some technical support.

Havdalah and Concert

Join us at 7:00 pm for Havdalah and Concert.  Dr. Rami El-Farrah will be our guest artist. This concert  becan viewed on Facebook Live. This concert is made possible by the Jean and Jesse Wulfe Religious Enhancement Fund.

Dr. Rami El-Farrah is a concert saxophonist best known for his work as a soloist and member of the Zenith Quintet, Bel Cuore Quartet and the Austin Saxophone Ensemble. As an award-winning soloist and chamber musician, Dr. El-Farrah has performed across the United States and throughout Europe. Dr. El-Farrah and has been featured on several musical albums, as well as new albums with Bel Cuore Quartet and Austin Saxophone Ensemble. In addition to concertizing Dr. El-Farrah teaches saxophone at The University of Texas at San Antonio, where he also leads the university’s saxophone ensemble.

Born in Tripoli, Libya Dr. El-Farrah’s emigration to Southern France and then to the U.S. shaped his worldview and work ethic with music. From the moment he started saxophone in his home town in San Diego, California, Rami knew it was his passion. From there he earned degrees from California State University, Fullerton and The University of Texas at Austin.

Currently Dr. El-Farrah performs with groups like the Zenith Quintet, Bel Cuore Quartet, San Antonio Symphony and Austin Symphony as well as teaching privately in San Antonio and as saxophone instructor at The University of Texas at San Antonio. As an arranger Dr. El-Farrah is constantly creating new works for his ensembles and for others across the U.S., many of which have recorded his music. Dr. El-Farrah is author of Dynamic Duos for Saxophone, a best-selling series of duet books with live play-alongs, and owner of MusePub an arrangement and publishing company.


Caprice en forme de valse -Paul Bonneau (1918-1995)
The Garden of Love – Jacob Ter Veldhuis (b. 1951)
Artificiale I – Zad Moultaka (b. 1967)