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Shabbat

 

We are excited to announce we are now open for in-person Shabbat services!

All services will continue to be live-streamed on our Youtube channel for those who are unable to attend in person. 

Although RSVP  is no longer required for members, masks are still required and you must be vaccinated or recieve a negative COVID test 72 hours prior to attendance. You may direct any questions you may have to our Executive Director, Davida Sims

If you know a non-member who would like to attend our services, please have them RSVP and receive a warm welcome by reaching out to Rena Levine.

Friday, August 6 at 6:15 PM- Kabbalat Shabbat Service

Join us in-person or via YouTube livestream

Saturday, August 7 at 9:15 AM - Shabbat Morning Torah Study
Join our dynamic Torah study on Zoom with with Bea Lawerence which resumes with Num 12:6.

Zoom link for Torah Study can be found in the Happenings Email or on the Beth Am Happenings page of our website. To join our mailing list, email temple@templebetham.org.


Saturday, August 7 at 10:30 AM - Shabbat Morning Service 

 Join us in-person or via YouTube livestream.

 

Accessing Siddur, Torah Portion and Haftarah online:

Siddur: Click here. Click on the cover of the "Mishkan T’filah for Shabbat" ebook to view our siddur online!

Torah Portion and Haftarah: Click here. Once on Sefaria, scroll down to the "Calendar" section and select either "Parshat HaShavua" (Torah Portion) or "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.

Thu, August 5 2021 27 Av 5781