Join us for an informal evening service with Deborah Savage. It is a great way to mark the end of your day in a quiet space of prayer, reflection, contemplation and remembrance. A chance to connect with the holy, to feel connected to something bigger than us, to feel the support of the community. Often people turn to this service to honor and remember loved ones who have died, to pray for the health and well being of someone they love, or just as much needed space in their day. While the word minyan in Hebrew means quorum and refers to the minimum ten Jews needed for a public service, we know that even a service with one other can make a difference. We hope to see you.