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Shabbat

Our doors are open to all who seek to worship, learn and serve the community.

Services at  Congregation Beth Shalom are a learning experience.  During the service members of the Minyan are encouraged to raise their hand if they have a question regarding the structure of the service, the meaning of a prayer, the interpretation of the Torah portion or a comment regarding the practice of Judaism.

Our goal is to broaden the understanding of Judaism.  And through better understanding establish each individual’s relationship with G-d.  Join us to experience our interactive service.  Come learn with us.

Shabbat Morning 9:30 AM followed by a Kiddush Lunch.

Worshipping on Shabbat

Attending via Livestream

You can view the livestream for all services here:

https://venue.streamspot.com/d893b06f

(It's the same link for every service, including holidays.)

On Shabbat, our communal practice is to refrain from creating a permanent record (which is akin to writing), so we kindly ask that you not photograph or video record the livestream, but instead enjoy it in real-time only.

Information on livestreaming in a Shabbat-friendly way here.

Attending in Person

Shabbat services start at 9:30am and include Psukei d’zimra, Shaharit, the Torah service and Musaf. Visit our FAQ page to learn what to expect when attending services in person. All attendees must pre-register to attend.  You can register for Shabbat services on our Calendar by clicking the "Shabbat Services" entry on the day you would like to attend.

  • Entrance will be through the main doors on 35th Ave. NE.
  • Starting January 1, 2022, we require everyone 5 years and older to be vaccinated in order to attend all indoor services and programs. Those who have a medical exemption can contact the Front Office or COVID committee to get approval to attend services at Beth Shalom.
    • People who have medical exemptions from vaccines that have been approved by the COVID committee will need still to have a negative PCR test within 72 hours of attending an event or service at Beth Shalom
  • All participants (vaccinated and unvaccinated) must wear a mask covering their nose and mouth for the entire duration of the service. Masks will be available for those who need one. Service leaders/Torah readers/haftarah readers may unmask if vaccinated.
  • Seating will be available both in rows (in the sanctuary) and socially distanced in pods (in the social hall). You can choose to sit wherever you are comfortable.

For more detailed information about Beth Shalom's covid policies, click here

Interested in leading services or reading Torah or Haftarah?  Please contact our Rabbi’s Assistant.

Click here for information on how to participate in an Aliyah, Hagbah, or Gelilah

 

Sun, January 23 2022 21 Shevat 5782