Shabbat Potluck Dinners (Save the Date. Dinner immediately following 6:00 pm service.)
- Friday, June 1
Our Shabbat evening service will embrace you and touch your soul. Fresh and familiar music will enable you to give voice to your own spirit. Special occasions in the lives of our congregants, Jewish teachings, sermons from our rabbis and extraordinary music will enhance “Shabbat, our sanctuary in time.” Fridays, 6:00 pm.
Kodesh and Coffee
Join our warm and welcoming Temple Beth Sholom family after Shabbat evening services. Meet with old friends and make new friends, enjoy light refreshments, and celebrate the joy of Shabbat together.
Every Friday during evening services, children age 2 through grade 2 meet for a Shabbat experience under the supervision of our early childhood department. Call the school office for more information.
10:30 AM | Saturday, March 3 | Shabbat Morning Service with Chava Mirel
Please save the date of March 3, when we welcome guest musical artist Chava Mirell to our morning minyan service. An award-winning Jewish composer, Chava Mirel has worked for decades as an educator and prayer leader at Reform, Conservative and independent congregations in and around New York, Los Angeles and Seattle. With themes of gratitude, self-acceptance, balance and responsibility for each other, Chava’s songs bring comfort and uplift the spirit. Chava is a singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist who combines rich, luxurious vocals with deep pocket rhythms to bring a new sound to Jewish music. To hear Chava’s “Stand Up”, please click here.
Start your Saturday morning with Torah study and a “bagel with a schmear” of cream cheese. Prior to our Shabbat morning minyan, you will study Parashat HaShavua, the weekly Torah portion. The rabbis will lead a discussion of ancient commentaries and teachings and reveal the Torah’s modern and relevant lessons. Saturdays, 9:30-10:30 am.
Join us weekly to renew your spirit on Saturday mornings at 10:30 am in our beautiful sanctuary or chapel. Our clergy and members of our congregation help to lead the prayers and read the Torah.
This lively service, for pre-school-age children and their young families, combines prayer, music, stories, snacks and much more. Saturdays, 10:00 am (offered when Temple Beth Sholom Innovative School is in session). For more information, contact Director of Congregational Engagement, Mark Baranek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Temple Beth Sholom in conjunction with the Fantastic Party Factory offers a new Friday night Shabbat series designed to integrate young children. Dates (@5:30 pm)
- Friday, March 16
- Friday, May 18
The Rabbi Leon J. Kronish School for Living Judaism (SLJ) presents Family Shabbat. We provide a multi-generational experience of Jewish values by helping families develop a “shared tool kit” and a common language for living a Jewish life. While Family Shabbat is a required part of our SLJ program it is open to all families within the greater community. For more information regarding dates and details contact Barb Shimansky at email@example.com.
Avodat HaLev – Meditation of the Heart
8:25 am – 9:15 am | Every Saturday
Interested in building or supporting your meditation practice? Come join Temple Beth Sholom’s Jewish meditation group, Avodat HaLev (Meditation of the Heart). No prior experience necessary, all you need is an open mind and a willingness to learn. Chairs are provided and you are welcome to bring your own meditation cushion, etc. Adults only. Contact Marte Singerman (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Natalie Davis (email@example.com) for more information.
B’nei Mitzvah Service
Our b’nei mitzvah services are held at 10:00 am and 4:30 pm. These services occur only when a member of the Temple is celebrating the occasion of becoming bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah. Please see HaKol or tbsmb.org for the current schedule.
Note: We are happy to share TBS services with those unable to attend in person through automated recording and livestreaming, available on our website and on our YouTube channel. The camera will be focused on the bimah and areas to the side and front of the Ark. Your presence in those areas indicates your consent to your image appearing on the livestream. Tune in live-and to watch previously streamed services and programs.