Celebrating Shabbat

Shabbat Morning Yoga

Do you want to discover the relationship between Jewish wisdom, yoga and meditation?  Come to a free-of-charge Jewish yoga class to unwind, breathe, stretch and be inspired.

Shabbat Morning Yoga

Do you want to discover the relationship between Jewish wisdom, yoga and meditation?  Come to a free-of-charge Jewish yoga class to unwind, breathe, stretch and be inspired.

Shabbat Morning Yoga

Do you want to discover the relationship between Jewish wisdom, yoga and meditation?  Come to a free-of-charge Jewish yoga class to unwind, breathe, stretch and be inspired.

Guided Meditation for Spiritual Growth

Have you been interested in cultivating meditative skills as a way of quieting the mind, entering contemplative states, expanding self awareness, and having greater access to a direct experience of prayer that holds personal meaning?

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.

Pizza in the Hut

Following the Family Kabbalat Shabbat Service, join us for "Pizza in the Hut" in the Sukkah.

This is a great opportunity to share some quality time with our BAS family.

Shabbat Service

October 1, 2016 - 9:45am

In the Reconstructionist spirit, the service is a joint effort of clergy and members. Rabbi Bronstein and Cantor Schiller lead the opening prayers (shacharit and the amidah); the Torah service is conducted almost entirely by members who serve as the gabbais, Torah and Haftarah readers and darshans, with Rabbi Bronstein providing context for the weekly parashah (Torah portion).

Kabbalat Shabbat

September 30, 2016 - 6:15pm to 7:15pm

Shabbat Lataf


Through engaging songs, prayers, movement, and stories, we will celebrate Shabbat together. This service is designed for families with preschoolers through age 6.

Shabbat Lataf

Through engaging songs, prayers, movement, and stories,
we will celebrate Shabbat together. This service is designed
for families with preschoolers through age 6.

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