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Shabbat

 

Please Note: While we remain in this phase of the global Coronavirus pandemic, Temple Beth Am will continue to uphold the Jewish value of pikuach nefesh/preserving life. We will continue to gather virtually until we can safely be in person for sacred purposes while monitoring the most updated advice from the State of Washington and King County authorities.

Shabbat services will now be live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook Live. Temple Beth Am members and their guests can still access services via Zoom using the link and passcode found in our weekly “Beth Am Happenings” emails, sent every Friday afternoon. Guests and non-members can request Zoom access by emailing temple@templebetham.org. Responses will be sent during business hours, ending at 3 PM on Fridays.

Friday, January 15 at 6:15 PM - Martin Luther King, Jr. Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Join us for a unique Shabbat experience that honors Dr. Martin Luther King's enduring dream
Kabbalat Shabbat prayer packet

Saturday, January 16 at 9:15 AM - Shabbat Morning Torah Study
Join our dynamic Torah study with the rabbis

Saturday, January 16 at 10:30 AM - Shabbat Morning Service
Join us as we celebrate the B'not Mitzvah of Sophie Horn (child of Aimee and David Horn) and Eleanor Iwen-Steele (child of Mindy Iwen and Ben Steele)
Shabbat Morning Service prayer packet
January 16: Torah and Haftarah

Shabbat is a time to both celebrate and seek personal renewal as we end the week and welcome the day of rest. Reflecting the wide range of Jewish music that enhances prayer and to meet the different needs of our community, Temple Beth Am offers a variety of Shabbat services. If you have general questions about our services, download Understanding a Shabbat Service.

Temple Beth Am Vimeo Page

To view videos of past services, please visit our Temple Beth Am, Seattle Vimeo page

For more information about Shabbat, including customs, blessings for home observance, and what to expect at Shabbat services, go to ReformJudaism.org.

Fri, January 15 2021 2 Sh'vat 5781