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Shabbat with Beth Shalom

Beth Shalom offers a variety of prayer experiences on Friday and Saturday. On most Friday nights, we have Kabbalat Shabbat services at 6:00 pm. Once a month, the regular Friday night service is replaced with a musical service called Hod veHadar. For more information, click here. Once a month, we offer a special Friday night […]

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Minhah, Ma'ariv, and Havdalah

Each Shabbat afternoon and evening, Beth Shalom has an intimate prayer service, which meets in our Homestead Chapel. Minhah, the afternoon service, consists of a short Torah reading, followed by prayers. We continue with a brief teaching on Jewish law, biblical commentary, or spiritual insight lead by one of our rabbis or lay leaders. Light […]

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Kabbalat Shabbat / Hod veHadar

Beth Shalom has Friday night services every week, with a regular start time of 6pm. Once a month, we offer a special Shabbat musical service, called Hod veHadar, filled with drums, guitars, mandolins, stringed instruments and ruah. Our regular Kabbalat Shabbat takes place in the Homestead Chapel on the second floor. Hod veHadar takes place […]

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Book of Remembrance 5783

Jewish memories are the foundation of our rituals, traditions, and identities. During Yizkor services four times each year, we use the Book of Remembrance to help us recall those who have passed away. An entry in the Book of Remembrance is a meaningful and tangible way to memorialize and honor departed loved ones. Remembering an […]

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Ethics, Activism and Judaism: Text Study with Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz, January 11

Judaism can help us generate change in ourselves and empower us to repair the world.  Join author and community leader Shmuly Yanklowitz for a conversation and text study exploring connections to our own bodies and souls, possibilities to affirm our lives, and ways to establish new meaning in the relationships we have with each other. […]

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Harriet Kruman Testimonial

The "Beth Shalom Fire" will always remain a traumatic event in my memory. My husband, Jules, and I had been members since 1961 and active in all facets of the congregation, both lay and spiritual. At the time of the fire, I was a Past President of the congregation and my husband Honorary President, My […]

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Lekh Lekha 5782 Sermon

by Rabbi Andy Shugerman October 16, 2021

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Tish'ah Be'Av 5780

Wednesday, July 29, 2020 Reviewing Customs for Tish’ah Be’Av

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What Should I Know About Prejudice? Originally Published June 5-6, 2020.

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05/26/20: Annual Spring Congregational Meeting

Let Your Voice Be Heard! beginning at 7:30 p.m.

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