As new members of United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, religious services at Beth Sholom are egalitarian, participatory and inclusive within the framework of Halakha, or Jewish Law. We welcome men, women and children as active participants in our prayer.
Holocaust Memorial Program: Join us April 30 at 1 p.m. for this annual event, co-sponsored by Kol Ami Congregat, Holocaust survivor Henry Greenbaum will relate his story of survival.
The event will also include prayers, readings, songs and a ceremony honoring those who survived and those who lost their lives, followed by a dessert reception.
Shavuot: Join us for Tikkun Leil Shavuot Tuesday, May 30 at 8 p.m. for a dairy dinner followed learning sessions and dessert. There is no charge, but please RSVP to email@example.com or call the office at 301-663-3437. View the flier.
Services will be held May 31 and June 1 at 9:30 a.m., with Yizkor recited on June 1.
Friday Evening Services and Shabbat Dinners
Our 45-minute Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma'ariv services begin at 6 p.m. Learn the lively and spiritually uplifting prayers and tunes that are a part of our service. Also join us for:
Egalitarian services begin at 9:30 a.m. in the sanctuary followed by a Kiddush luncheon. There are many opportunities for congregation members to
participate in or lead the services. Contact the Beth Sholom office at 301-663-3437 for
information on service participation or Kiddush luncheon sponsorship.
Also join us for:
Bar and Bat Mitzvah-aged Students
In preparation for their Bar or Bat Mitzvah, students in grades 6-7 participate in leading the services Friday evening and Saturday morning.
Minyanim are held each Thursday morning 8 a.m. and the first Sunday at
Rosh Chodesh Women's Group
Rosh Chodesh, which literally means "head of the month," has traditionally been considered a special holiday for women. According to legend, the holiday was a reward given to the women of Israel becaused they refused to surrender their jewelry for the creation of the Golden Calf. Because of their righteousness, the women were exonerated from working on Rosh Chodesh. In modern times, women gether to study, explore spirituality, share a meal, discuss topics of interest to Jewish women and work for social change.
This lively and diverse group, led by Cantor Shulie, meets once a month as close as possible to the beginning of the Hebrew month. Activities and discussion topics are selected based on the participants' interests. For more information, contact the Beth Sholom office at 301-663-3437.
Upcoming date: May 25 at 6 p.m.
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