Shabbat Beth Sholom

Once a month, there's something for everyone when we turn your Saturday into Shabbat! Shabbat Beth Sholom is when we transform the traditional Shabbat morning service into new, fresh and understandable.

At 9:00 AM, the Playtime Nursery opens for the little ones so you can schmooze with Rabbi Flanzraich in the Shabbat Morning Café. Grab a coffee, a Danish and study the day's parsha -- no previous knowledge required. 

At 9:45, step into the Sanctuary and join Rabbi Flanzraich and Cantor Moses for a special beginning where the old turns into the new, and the new into the holy. Don't worry if your knowledge of Hebrew and the Siddur is limited. Our Shabbat Beth Sholom Service is spiritually uplifting in a unique time frame. And finally, your can’t miss shul moment … introducing the Beth Sholom Ruach Singers, in collaboration with Countermeasure A Cappella. If you loved the movie Pitch Perfect you will love this! Come hear a cool a capella sound, tight harmonies and interesting vocals all as part of a unique davening experience. Experience prayer like never before. Think . . . Feel . . . And Sing!
If your preference is for a traditional davening, then join us in the Chapel at 9:45 AM for a complete Traditional Service.

Or join cantorial soloist, shilchat tzibur, award-winning musician and yoga teacher Aviva Chernick in the Assembly Hall at 10:00 AM to sit, chant and open your body for prayer in the Mindfulness Minyan. You wear comfortable clothing, we'll provide cushions for sitting in stillness and yoga mats for gentle postures. No experience necessary.

Kids ages five through 13 will find the same spirituality and camaraderie in setting designed to encourage friendships, camaraderie and community with Samantha Stein in their own Junior Minyan in the Simhah Room at 10 AM.

Following services, there is plenty of opportunity to find warm food, drinks, meet old old friends and make some new ones at the enhanced Congregational Kiddush in the Kiddush Lobby at noon.

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