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Congregation Beth Shalom is a vibrant and egalitarian Conservative Jewish community. Our building, with its magnificent sanctuary, has been a home to countless families for nearly a century. We continue to open our doors and hearts to new members, inviting them to join us as we live and learn Torah together.


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Morning minyan is at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday this week.
Evening service Sunday through Thursday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday morning service is 8:00 a.m.

 

Shabbat Shalom!

Parashat Re’eh

Shulabration Weekend, with Scholar in Residence Dr. Sharon Keller

Friday Evening, 8/18/2017:
Candlelighting:  7:56 pm

Friday Evening Services:

Kabbalat Shabbat Service
6:00 pm, Faye Rubenstein Weiss Sanctuary
accessible-icon Shady Avenue entrance

Congregational Dinner (Prior Reservations Required)
7:00 pm, Samuel and Minnie Hyman Ballroom
accessible-icon Shady Avenue entrance
Dr. Sharon Keller, “She Set Her Sights Upon Him:  A Case of Harassment?”
8:15 pm, Samuel and Minnie Hyman Ballroom

 

Saturday Morning, 8/19/2017:

 

Early Morning Minyan: 6:30 am, Homestead Hebrew Chapel
accessible-icon Palkovitz Lobby entrance on Beacon Street, take elevator to 2nd floor

Shabbat Morning Service: 9:30 am, Samuel and Minnie Hyman Ballroom
accessible-icon Shady Avenue entrance

Devar Torah by Dr. Sharon Keller and Rabbi Seth Adelson

 

Youth Services:

Playroom for Infant-2nd grade, 10:30 am, Hoffman Library
Tefillot, Infant-2nd grade, Infant-2nd grade, 11:00 am, Zweig Library
Game Room for 1st-9th grades, 10:00 am, Shear Youth Lounge
Tefillot, 1st-9th grades, 10:30 am, Homestead Chapel
accessible-icon Palkovitz Lobby entrance on Beacon Street

 

Congregational Kiddush Luncheon
12:15 pm, Samuel and Minnie Hyman Ballroom
accessible-icon Shady Avenue entrance

Dr. Sharon Keller, “Blessings and Curses, A Little Magic Never Hurt”
1:00 pm, Samuel and Minnie Hyman Ballroom

 

Minhah/Discussion/Ma’ariv: 7:55 pm, Homestead Hebrew Chapel
accessible-icon Palkovitz Lobby entrance on Beacon Street

Havdalah:  8:55 pm

A Message From Rabbi Seth Adelson

For a Full Calendar of Events go to our Events Page

July Mishpachtenu available now!

Sisterhood Judaica Shop

Hours:  Fridays, 10:00a – 12:00p

 

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