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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.

Please check out our virtual weekly services online: 

Friday, September 11, 6:15 PM - Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Meeting ID: 257 761 0964
Zoom Passcode: TBA (the acronym for Temple Beth Am)
Kabbalat Shabbat Service Booklet
Elul  Handout

Saturday, September 12, 9:15 AM - Shabbat Morning Torah Study
Meeting ID: 884 3077 6841
Zoom Passcode: BethAm
Torah Study resumes with Lev. 27:1

Saturday, September 12, 10:30 AM - Shabbat Morning Service
Meeting ID: 257 761 0964
Zoom Passcode: TBA (the acronym for Temple Beth Am)
Bat Mitzvah of Margeaux Thompson, child of Katie Drucker and Ian Thompson
Shabbat Morning Service Booklet
September 12: Nitzavim, Torah & Haftarah

Saturday, September 12, 9 PM – Selichot Service
Meeting ID: 257 761 0964
Zoom Passcode: TBA (the acronym for Temple Beth Am)
Arvit l'Shabbat: Selichot Service

If the Zoom link does not take you to the meeting, please Join a Meeting on Zoom's website, using the Meeting ID and passcode above. If you are still having trouble, please email temple@templebetham.org and we will try to help.

Blessing for Washing Our Hands

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.

Wed, September 23 2020 5 Tishrei 5781