Kabbalat Shabbat

Check Calendar for starting times

  • Most Friday Nights starting at 7:30 PM
  • Early Service on select Friday nights starting at 6:15pm

Shacharit on Saturday mornings

9:30am Shachrit services


Help make our minyan and do a mitzvah by adding your name to our sign up sheet!

  • Mondays and Thursdays 7:00 AM
  • Tuesday and Wednesday evenings 7:30 PM and Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM by request.
  • To make arrangements for minyans call  Ira Snyder, Ritual Committee Chair at (609) 203-6555

Services at Adath Israel are enhanced by the participation of volunteer Torah and Haftarah readers.
To sign up for a Torah or Haftarah reading at Adath, please use the following Google Sheet:
All you need to do to sign up is write your name in the Reader column for the aliyah you wish to read.

Here are some resources to help you prepare your reading:
A Conservative synagogue in Dallas has a site with the Triennial Torah readings for every aliyah in the three-year cycle:
You can find a tikkun page with the text as well as an audio recording. Please note that Adath always reads the Annual, not the Triennial Maftir, even in years one and two. To find the text and recording of the Annual Maftir visit the following website:
For other resources please visit:
If you need further help preparing your reading, please let Rabbi Adler (rabbiadler@adathisraelnj.org) know. He would be happy to schedule a time to practice and work with the Torah in the sanctuary.
Rabbi Brad Hoffman is the coordinator for the scheduling of Torah and Haftarah readings. If you have any questions please contact him (priussavvy@comcast.net) or Rabbi Adler.

Shabbat Programs for Children


That every person shall write a scroll of the Torah for himself (Deut. 31:19)

Many opportunities for Torah dedications remain. Rabbi Grossman, Hazzan Katlin and Hedda S. Morton are available to assist you in making your dedications. Contact the office today to schedule an appointment.

4 videos from Torah Project

Torah Cover Artist program-Sunday, September 14, 2008

The Art and Craft of Dressing Our Torah with Jeannette Kuvin Oren, internationally renowned Judaic artist. This program was also supported by Adult Education and Women’s League.

Sunday, October 12, 2008 Formal placement of the Genizah (burial site of unuasable sacred texts) marker with Rabbi Grossman, Hazzan Katlin, and the students of our Religious School.

Torah Project Celebration

On November 2, 2008 we celebrate the Completion, Welcoming, and Dedication of our new Sefer Torah with music, song, and food!

Photos from the Torah Project
geniza ceremony
3 new torah covers