Celebrating Shabbat

Family Kabbalat Shabbat & Potluck Dinner

Pizza in the Hut! Modeled after our long-running family services for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, this kid-friendly service is a lovely way to welcome Shabbat (and Sukkot!), meet other children (and their parents and grandparents!), and get to know our Rabbi and the synagogue better. A family potluck dinner in the BAS sukkah will follow.

Shabbat No’ar (Youth Shabbat)

This joyous group, led by our own Bet Am Shalom teens, shares the experience of community prayer and song and explores the weekly Torah portion in engaging, age-appropriate activities.

For ages 7-teens. Meets in the Beit Midrash.

Families are welcome to join the main service at 9:45 AM and after Youth Services are over.

Click here for more information about Youth Services.

Acharei Kiddush - Moving Towards Peace in the Middle East

Explore the current regional dynamics in the Middle East, threats of war, and the potential to move towards greater stability and peace.

Ethiopian Jews' Journey to Israel

Come and welcome two young men who grew up in the Falash Mura community in Gondhar, Ethiopia. They will talk about their life experience, and will relate to us their continued struggle to be fully recognized as Jews and obtain Israeli immigration visas.

Homemade Kiddush

Join us for our Shabbat morning service followed by a delicious kiddush prepared by fellow congregants.

Acharei Kiddush - The Urgent Need for Religious Pluralism in Israel

Rabbi Uri Regev, will talk about the need to achieve religious freedom, using Israel's Declaration of Independence as the launching document to define Israel as an inclusive, pluralistic and democratic Jewish State, central to the present and future of Jewish unity.

Five Synagogues of White Plains Unity Shabbat Dinner & Program

Join the 5 synagogues of White Plains and the parent of one of the three innocent Israeli boys who were kidnapped and murdered in the summer of 2014 for a shabbat meal and program.

Acharei Kiddush: Original Jewish Short Stories

Join us for Part 2 of our Original Jewish Short Stories written and read by members/authors of Bet Am Shalom.

Green Kiddush

Enjoy a Kiddush that embodies care for the earth, its creatures, and all it nourishes.

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