Congregational Morning Shabbat Service

Services occur every Shabbat morning at 10am with a Kiddush to follow in our Social Hall. To read this week’s Torah portion CLICK HERE.

On many Shabbat mornings, a young person becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah joins the rabbis and cantor on the bimah as they celebrate crossing the threshold into Jewish adulthood.  Our Shabbat morning service includes the reading of Torah, opportunities for inspiration and learning, and our very own Bet Shalom Shabbat Morning Prayer book. The entire community is encouraged to come celebrate the accomplishments of our B’nai Mitzvah.

On Shabbat mornings when our service does not include a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, we invite you to gather with us as a congregation for an informal service and Kiddush Brunch.  We hope that in the coming year, you will join us and enjoy the community we create on Shabbat mornings.

Congregational Morning Shabbat Service

Services occur every Shabbat morning at 10am with a Kiddush to follow in our Social Hall. To read this week’s Torah portion CLICK HERE.

On many Shabbat mornings, a young person becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah joins the rabbis and cantor on the bimah as they celebrate crossing the threshold into Jewish adulthood.  Our Shabbat morning service includes the reading of Torah, opportunities for inspiration and learning, and our very own Bet Shalom Shabbat Morning Prayer book. The entire community is encouraged to come celebrate the accomplishments of our B’nai Mitzvah.

On Shabbat mornings when our service does not include a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, we invite you to gather with us as a congregation for an informal service and Kiddush Brunch.  We hope that in the coming year, you will join us and enjoy the community we create on Shabbat mornings.

Congregational Morning Shabbat Service

Services occur every Shabbat morning at 10am with a Kiddush to follow in our Social Hall. To read this week’s Torah portion CLICK HERE.

On many Shabbat mornings, a young person becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah joins the rabbis and cantor on the bimah as they celebrate crossing the threshold into Jewish adulthood.  Our Shabbat morning service includes the reading of Torah, opportunities for inspiration and learning, and our very own Bet Shalom Shabbat Morning Prayer book. The entire community is encouraged to come celebrate the accomplishments of our B’nai Mitzvah.

On Shabbat mornings when our service does not include a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, we invite you to gather with us as a congregation for an informal service and Kiddush Brunch.  We hope that in the coming year, you will join us and enjoy the community we create on Shabbat mornings.

Congregation Morning Shabbat Service

Services occur every Shabbat morning at 10am with a Kiddush to follow in our Social Hall. To read this week’s Torah portion CLICK HERE.

On many Shabbat mornings, a young person becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah joins the rabbis and cantor on the bimah as they celebrate crossing the threshold into Jewish adulthood.  Our Shabbat morning service includes the reading of Torah, opportunities for inspiration and learning, and our very own Bet Shalom Shabbat Morning Prayer book. The entire community is encouraged to come celebrate the accomplishments of our B’nai Mitzvah.

On Shabbat mornings when our service does not include a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, we invite you to gather with us as a congregation for an informal service and Kiddush Brunch.  We hope that in the coming year, you will join us and enjoy the community we create on Shabbat mornings.

Kabbalat Shabbat Service

We begin Shabbat with Kabbalat Panim (a social gathering) at 5:30 pm in our Social Hall. This is an opportunity for the community and guests to congregate and enjoy a light nosh before services.

Every Friday evening of the month is slightly different:

First Friday is a traditional service

Second Friday we are often joined by the Bet Shalom Adult Choir

Third Friday is filled with contemporary Jewish music guided by our Ruach Ensemble

Fourth Friday includes our Tot Shabbat families

Whichever Friday evening you attend, there is something here for everyone, every Shabbat.

Led by our rabbis and cantor, all Friday evening Erev Shabbat Services begin at 6:00 pm.

Free childcare is available all Friday evening services except when Tot Shabbat occurs.

Kabbalat Shabbat

We begin Shabbat with Kabbalat Panim (a social gathering) at 5:30 pm in our Social Hall. This is an opportunity for the community and guests to congregate and enjoy a light nosh before services.

Every Friday evening of the month is slightly different:

First Friday is a traditional service

Second Friday we are often joined by the Bet Shalom Adult Choir

Third Friday is filled with contemporary Jewish music guided by our Ruach Ensemble

Fourth Friday includes our Tot Shabbat families

Whichever Friday evening you attend, there is something here for everyone, every Shabbat.

Led by our rabbis and cantor, all Friday evening Erev Shabbat Services begin at 6:00 pm.

Free childcare is available on all Friday evening service, except when Tot Shabbat occurs.

Congregational Morning Shabbat Service

Services occur every Shabbat morning at 10am with a Kiddush to follow in our Social Hall. To read this week’s Torah portion CLICK HERE.

On many Shabbat mornings, a young person becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah joins the rabbis and cantor on the bimah as they celebrate crossing the threshold into Jewish adulthood.  Our Shabbat morning service includes the reading of Torah, opportunities for inspiration and learning, and our very own Bet Shalom Shabbat Morning Prayer book. The entire community is encouraged to come celebrate the accomplishments of our B’nai Mitzvah.

On Shabbat mornings when our service does not include a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, we invite you to gather with us as a congregation for an informal service and Kiddush Brunch.  We hope that in the coming year, you will join us and enjoy the community we create on Shabbat mornings.

Congregational Morning Shabbat Service

Services occur every Shabbat morning at 10am with a Kiddush to follow in our Social Hall. To read this week’s Torah portion CLICK HERE.

On many Shabbat mornings, a young person becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah joins the rabbis and cantor on the bimah as they celebrate crossing the threshold into Jewish adulthood.  Our Shabbat morning service includes the reading of Torah, opportunities for inspiration and learning, and our very own Bet Shalom Shabbat Morning Prayer book. The entire community is encouraged to come celebrate the accomplishments of our B’nai Mitzvah.

On Shabbat mornings when our service does not include a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, we invite you to gather with us as a congregation for an informal service and Kiddush Brunch.  We hope that in the coming year, you will join us and enjoy the community we create on Shabbat mornings.

Congregational Morning Shabbat Service

Services occur every Shabbat morning at 10am with a Kiddush to follow in our Social Hall. To read this week’s Torah portion CLICK HERE.

On many Shabbat mornings, a young person becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah joins the rabbis and cantor on the bimah as they celebrate crossing the threshold into Jewish adulthood.  Our Shabbat morning service includes the reading of Torah, opportunities for inspiration and learning, and our very own Bet Shalom Shabbat Morning Prayer book. The entire community is encouraged to come celebrate the accomplishments of our B’nai Mitzvah.

On Shabbat mornings when our service does not include a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, we invite you to gather with us as a congregation for an informal service and Kiddush Brunch.  We hope that in the coming year, you will join us and enjoy the community we create on Shabbat mornings.

Congregation Morning Shabbat Service

Services occur every Shabbat morning at 10am with a Kiddush to follow in our Social Hall. To read this week’s Torah portion CLICK HERE.

On many Shabbat mornings, a young person becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah joins the rabbis and cantor on the bimah as they celebrate crossing the threshold into Jewish adulthood.  Our Shabbat morning service includes the reading of Torah, opportunities for inspiration and learning, and our very own Bet Shalom Shabbat Morning Prayer book. The entire community is encouraged to come celebrate the accomplishments of our B’nai Mitzvah.

On Shabbat mornings when our service does not include a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, we invite you to gather with us as a congregation for an informal service and Kiddush Brunch.  We hope that in the coming year, you will join us and enjoy the community we create on Shabbat mornings.