Come Together 2018

Community wide concert by PIZMON

Saturday, November 17, 2018, at 6:00 p.m.

Congregation Beth Shalom, Faye Rubenstein Weiss Sanctuary

$15 per Adult $10 per Child btw ages 5 – 13, $20 at the door.

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PIZMON (the Hebrew word meaning the chorus of a song) is the nation’s first collegiate co-ed pluralistic Jewish a cappella group comprised of students from Columbia University, Barnard College, and The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Since its inception in 1987, Pizmon has traveled to hundreds of communities in the New York metropolitan area, across the country, and around the world to offer Jewish music as a source of inspiration and community outreach.

The program will begin with Havdallah service at 6:00 p.m. followed by an hour-long concert with General Admission seating.  All ages welcome with well tuned concert behavior. 

This community concert is made possible by the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh, Community Day School and J-JEP (Joint Jewish Education Program) in collaboration with Congregation Beth Shalom’s Derekh program.

COME TOGETHER – Beth Shalom’s annual fundraiser and silent auction

Honorary Chairs:  Debbie and Joshua Resnick      

Saturday, November 17, 2018, at 7:30 p.m.

Congregation Beth Shalom, Samuel and Minnie Hyman Ballroom

$75 per Adult, $10 per Child between ages 5 – 13

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Join us for our annual fundraising event where we will COME TOGETHER as a congregation for a lovely evening featuring strolling dinner with libations and a signature drink.  The Silent Auction will include sports memorabilia and tickets, art, casual jewelry, theatre tickets, gift certificates from scores of your favorite local establishments.  Many delightful items highlight the unique talents of our congregants.  Plus a Grand Prize raffle that you won’t want to miss.   

For children old enough for independent play, pizza bagels, drinks and supervised fun in the 4th floor gym will be available.

Dress Smart Casual.

Catering by Elegant Edge Catering Company,
under the supervision of the VaaD Harabanim of Greater Pittsburgh