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6:00 pm | Fridays
Our Shabbat evening service will embrace you and touch your soul. Fresh and familiar music will enable you to give voice to your own spirit. Special occasions in the lives of our congregants, Jewish teachings, sermons from our rabbis and extraordinary music will enhance “Shabbat, our sanctuary in time.” In person and via Facebook, Watch
After services | Fridays
Join our warm and welcoming Temple Beth Sholom family after Shabbat evening services. Meet with old friends and make new friends, enjoy light refreshments, and celebrate the joy of Shabbat together.
5:30 pm | Select Fridays
Temple Beth Sholom in conjunction with the Fantastic Party Factory offers a fun Friday night Shabbat series designed to integrate young children.
9:30–10:30 am | Saturdays
Start your Saturday morning with Torah study and a bagel with a schmear of cream cheese. Prior to our Shabbat morning minyan, you will study parashat hashavua, the weekly Torah portion. The rabbis will lead a discussion of ancient commentaries and teachings and reveal the Torah’s modern and relevant lessons. In person and via Zoom
10:30 am | Saturdays
10:00 am | Saturdays
This lively service, for pre-school-age children and their families, combines prayer, music, stories, snacks and much more. (Offered when Temple Beth Sholom Innovative School is in session.) For details contact Director of Congregational Engagement Mark Baranek.
Each Saturday morning, jLAB students in grades K-5 and their parents (and other significant grown-ups) gather together in the chapel from 9:30–10:00 am for a lively Shabbat morning t’filah experience. This is a great opportunity to learn the prayers of our liturgy and connect with the words of our prayer service. All those with children in this age group are welcome to join us! Contact Director of SLJ Barb Shimansky for more details.
Our b’nei mitzvah services are held at 10:30 am and 4:30 pm. These services occur only when a member of the Temple is celebrating the occasion of becoming bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah. Please see HaKol or the calendar section on the main web page for the current schedule.
Note: We are happy to share TBS services with those unable to attend in person through automated recording and livestreaming, available on our website and on our YouTube channel. The camera will be focused on the bimah and areas to the side and front of the Ark. Your presence in those areas indicates your consent to your image appearing on the livestream. Tune in live or watch previously streamed services and programs.