Our traditional Sabbath service encorporates modern elements of praise and prayer into the the structure of traditional Jewish worship. This allows each person to be able to connect, in their own spiritual experiece. At the same time, it creates an environment that is regulated and ordered for a singular purpose outside of ourselves.
The Sabbath prayers of the Jewish Siddur (prayer book) walk us through the process of engaging the Almighty: beginning with acknowlegement of Him, moving to adoration, praise, supplication, repentance and restoration, understanding and dedication.
While the Sabbath Day is a weekly process of reconcilation and recalibrating of our hearts toward God, the annual festivals provide us an opportunity to look at specific elements of our worship in detail. Our worship experience should never be thought of as an opportunity to learn about God; but, an opportunity to meet with Him.