Celebrating Shabbat

Acharei Kiddush: The Pious Ones

As the population of ultra-Orthodox Jews in the United States increases to astonishing proportions, veteran New York Times journalist and fellow congregant Joseph Berger takes us inside the ever-fascinating insular world of the Hasidim to explore their origins, beliefs, and struggles—and the social and political implications of their expanding presence in America.

Family Havdalah

Please join us in our small sanctuary (Beit Midrash), where we gather to celebrate the end of Shabbat. This program is ideal for families with young children - both toddlers and school-age children - as they can walk around, snack, and enjoy singing and hearing stories with Rabbi Bronstein.

Family Kabbalat Shabbat

This service will be led by Rabbi Bronstein, engaging children, parents and grandparents in song and stories to welcome Shabbat. 

 

 

Family Kabbalat Shabbat

This service will be led by Rabbi Bronstein, engaging children, parents and grandparents in song and stories to welcome Shabbat. 

 

 

Pizza in the Hut

Following the Early Bedtimers' Services, families will gather at the home of Alison and Jason Hill for "Pizza in the Hut" and a special "art project" and Sukkot-themed dessert in their Sukkah.

Pizza dinner will begin at 6:15 PM.  Please RSVP to Alison Hill.

Homemade Kiddush

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

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?

Special Needs Shabbat

BAS congregants are encouraged to attend this half-hour service led by Rabbi Bronstein and attended by about 50 developmentally-disabled adults and their caregivers.

Acharei Kiddush: Original Jewish Short Stories - Part 2

Now in its eighth year, the Bet Am Shalom Writers' Chug has been writing and presenting original Jewish short stories every year.

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.

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