Celebrating Shabbat

Acharei Kiddush: The Last Album

When Jews were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau and other Nazi camps, they were told they would be worked—not murdered—and millions brought the photos they could not leave behind. Dr. Ann Weiss will share stories of these photos, and the images that Hitler never wanted anyone to see.

Adult Learning Series on Prayer

Bet Am Shalom Synagogue is offering a 14-part series of teaching and learning experiences for participants and would-be participants in the synagogue's Shabbat morning service.

What page are we on?
Why are we standing...sitting...standing?
Does everyone know what is going on - except me?
What if I don't know Hebrew?
Is it necessary to stay on the page?
How do I feel prayerful? What can I do when I don't?
How can prayer nurture me?
How can my prayer nurture the community?
How can I make prayer my own?

Acharei Kiddush: Do We Need a New Prayer Book?

Please join BAS member Dan Cedarbaum, Executive Director of the Mordecai M. Kaplan Center for Jewish Peoplehood and former President of the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation, for a conversation exploring the future of Reconstructionist liturgy and prayer.

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.

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