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Celebrate Shabbat Together

Each week at 7:30pm, the clergy at Beth Chaim create a lyrical and musical welcome to the Sabbath. Services are now in person, on Zoom and live streaming on YouTube. We hope you join us! All Shabbat services and discussions are free and open to the public.

 

Friday Nights

Every Friday night, there is an erev Shabbat worship service at 7:30pm. Occasionally, the service time is subject to change due to special programming (i.e. Tot Shabbat Service may be held earlier in the evening). Please be sure to check our events calendar to confirm service times.

Saturday Mornings

Bagels, Coffee, & Torah Study is held every Saturday morning, year-round, 8:45am-10:00am with creative discussion and in depth study of the text. No Hebrew knowledge is required and everyone is welcome! 

Shabbat Prayer Recordings

Click here for prayer recordings.

 

Beth Chaim's Livestream

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A Shabbat for Everyone!

When you look at the calendar, do you ever wonder about the different types of Shabbat services?  Not sure how they differ or which you might prefer?  Here is a simple guide to help:

Shabbat Service – This is a traditional service, with the majority of prayers, songs and chants from the traditional repertoire. Sometimes, the choir will also perform. These services take place at 7:30pm on every Friday.

Rock Shabbat -  These services are geared towards adults and children of all ages, in other words, everyone! Some of the music included is from the camp and/or Hebrew School repertoire and are held at 7:30pm on the first Friday of every month.

Choir Shabbat -  These services are a traditional service with the addition of our fabulous, dedicated Beth Chaim Choir, with Director Joe Pucciatti, accompanied by Sandy Pucciatti. 

Tot Shabbat – Geared toward pre-school aged children and their grown-ups, these are interactive services with singing, dancing and storytelling! They take place on the third or fourth Friday of the month.

We hope to see you on a Friday night soon!

Havdalah Resources

Havdalah is a beautiful home ritual to mark the end of Shabbat and the start of a new week. Engaging all of the senses with flame, spice, sweet wine (or grape juice) and song, Havdalah allows us to bring the spirit of Shabbat into the rest of the week. 

As our lives were turned upside down by the pandemic, we celebrated Havdalah together as another way to offer community in a difficult time. As we now begin to transition our lives to something resembling normal, we encourage you to bring this ritual home, as a grounding point for your week. 

Click Here for a Havdalah Prayer Sheet

 

Sat, January 28 2023 6 Sh'vat 5783