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 A Welcoming Shabbat Service for Everyone                                 

Shabbat Services provide a respite from the work week where we reflect and rejoice.  Come celebrate our weekly holiday of Shabbat with the Temple Beth Am Community and stay for a relaxing Oneg aftewards.  Services are conducted by Rabbi Robbie and Cantor Jamie on Friday nights, usually at 8:00pm.  Exceptions are our Family Shabbat services and our services in July and August, which are at 7:00pm.  Everyone is encouraged to come and celebrate Shabbat with us.  Babysitting is available upon prior request. Prospective members are always welcome.  Directions are here. Please come and introduce yourself!  Any scheduled B'nei Mitzvah's  start at 10:30am on Saturday mornings.
Services are both in-person and available via Zoom.  Links are emailed to members weekly.  Non members should contact us to request links to join in our services. All are welcome regardless of vaccination status, but everyone must remain masked while in the building.  Please feel free to sit wherever you feel comfortable while keeping the first three rows vacant.   Complete Covid guidelines may be viewed here
Shabbat Family Services are held the first Friday of the month at 7:00pm.
Family Services are a time for everyone in our Temple family - young, old, and in-between - to come and celebrate Shabbat together.  Rabbi Robbie and Cantor Jamie create an engaging and child-friendly service offering a shared space for families to learn and worship together.
Welcoming Shabbat  meets on the second Friday of each month at 5:30pm.  It is currently meeting remotely.  Rabbi Robbie and his wife Ellen dedicate Welcoming Shabbat to the youngest children (babies-6 years old). With a short song-filled service leading into a child-friendly, communal dinner, this is the perfect opportunity to introduce your little ones to Jewish services in a relaxed setting. Even if you are not a member, please bring your little ones and celebrate Shabbat.  Contact Ellen Weiner here so that we can hold a place for you.

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Tue, June 6 2023 17 Sivan 5783