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Our Saturday morning service, led by Rabbi David Wolpe, is a blend of music, learning, worship and celebration. With our usual attendance of 1,000 worshippers, Sinai’s Saturday morning service is renown for its musicality and depth. Beginning at 8:45 am, the pesukei dzimarah (verses of song) extends to 9:05 am. Shacharit, the morning service, often led by our shacharit children’s choir, continues until 9:30 am. Then we continue with the Torah service. This includes the reading and studying of Torah, which along with the celebration of our bar and Bat Mitzvah, ends at about 10:45 am. The remainder of the service is the musaf led by Cantor Marcus Feldman supported by our choir, and the sermon. We conclude by noon.