Join us for a potluck dinner and Kabbalat Shabbat in the park.

CBS provides the main course and paper goods. Everyone is encouraged to bring sides, desserts, and beverages to share! You may also wish to bring your own reusable plates, cups, and utensils.

Singles, Couples, Kids, Adults. All are welcome!


Join us for a potluck dinner and Kabbalat Shabbat in the park.

CBS provides the main course and paper goods. Everyone is encouraged to bring sides, desserts, and beverages to share! You may also wish to bring your own reusable plates, cups, and utensils.

Singles, Couples, Kids, Adults. All are welcome!


June 9th-11th at Camp Solomon Schechter

Join CBS for a Family Camp that will be out of this world! We will have all your favorite camp classics including a delicious Shabbat dinner, plenty of boating and swimming, sandcastle building, lively services, and a variety of hikes.  Our schedule wouldn’t be complete without some new additions as well! These will include a never seen before coffee tasting for adults, spaceship building, a look at the night sky, human constellations, and much much more.

Register below. Prices go up after April 7th. Please pay by each family member attending or the maximum family price (whichever is less expensive) and email Rachel Wachtel at rachelwachtel@bethshalomseattle.org if you have any questions about payment/registration or would like to request financial assistance.

*Our weekend will begin on Friday, June 9th at 3pm and conclude On Sunday, June 11th around 12pm.

We are aware that some are having trouble registering.
If you have trouble – please call the office (206-524-0075) and we will get you signed up.

 

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Join us in the tradition of studying Pirkei Avot between Passover and Shavuot — each Shabbat afternoon, Saturdays, April 22nd thru May 27th, 7:00pm. No Charge.

This program will be held in the homes of Beth Shalom members. Contact the office by the Thursday before each Shabbat to receive host addresses.

April 22nd:    Taught by Rabbi Borodin, hosted in her home

April 29th:    Taught by Tal-Chen Rabinowitch, hosted in her home

May 6th:        Taught by Beth Huppin, host by Lauren Kurland and Scott Cohen

May 13th:      Taught by Rabbi Rubin hosted by Andrew Cohen and James Packman

May 20th:     Taught by Rabbi Emily Kapor-Mater, host TBA

May 27th:      Taught by Danielle Nacamuli, hosted in her home

 


Barley – by Rabbi Me’irah Iliinsky.

The Midrash teaches that at Mt. Sinai the entire world was silenced, no wind, no birds, no sounds and God spoke to each of us in whatever voice we were able to receive.

Join us for a little study and sit in sacred silence as we prepare to hear God speaking.

Organized by Chava Monastersky and Alison Sands.

We will celebrate Passover on April 10 and 11th..the second night we are commanded to  begin counting the Omer until Shavuot. This 7 weeks between Pesach and Shavuot is both an agricultural festival marking the barley offering and the first wheat offering at the ancient Temple. and  also a spiritual journey. We  are given an opportunity spend 49 days from leaving slavery on Pesach to choosing freedom at Shavuot.  The “counting of the Omer”—these 49 days—provides a time for reflection using the Tree of Life.

 


Join us in the tradition of studying Pirkei Avot between Passover and Shavuot — each Shabbat afternoon, Saturdays, April 22nd thru May 27th, 7:00pm. No Charge.

This program will be held in the homes of Beth Shalom members. Contact the office by the Thursday before each Shabbat to receive host addresses.

April 22nd:    Taught by Rabbi Borodin, hosted in her home

April 29th:    Taught by Tal-Chen Rabinowitch, hosted in her home

May 6th:        Taught by Beth Huppin, host by Lauren Kurland and Scott Cohen

May 13th:      Taught by Rabbi Rubin hosted by Andrew Cohen and James Packman

May 20th:     Taught by Rabbi Emily Kapor-Mater, host TBA

May 27th:      Taught by Danielle Nacamuli, hosted in her home

 


Barley – by Rabbi Me’irah Iliinsky.

The Midrash teaches that at Mt. Sinai the entire world was silenced, no wind, no birds, no sounds and God spoke to each of us in whatever voice we were able to receive.

Join us for a little study and sit in sacred silence as we prepare to hear God speaking.

Organized by Chava Monastersky and Alison Sands.

We will celebrate Passover on April 10 and 11th..the second night we are commanded to  begin counting the Omer until Shavuot. This 7 weeks between Pesach and Shavuot is both an agricultural festival marking the barley offering and the first wheat offering at the ancient Temple. and  also a spiritual journey. We  are given an opportunity spend 49 days from leaving slavery on Pesach to choosing freedom at Shavuot.  The “counting of the Omer”—these 49 days—provides a time for reflection using the Tree of Life.

 


Join us in the tradition of studying Pirkei Avot between Passover and Shavuot — each Shabbat afternoon, Saturdays, April 22nd thru May 27th, 7:00pm. No Charge.

This program will be held in the homes of Beth Shalom members. Contact the office by the Thursday before each Shabbat to receive host addresses.

April 22nd:    Taught by Rabbi Borodin, hosted in her home

April 29th:    Taught by Tal-Chen Rabinowitch, hosted in her home

May 6th:        Taught by Beth Huppin, host by Lauren Kurland and Scott Cohen

May 13th:      Taught by Rabbi Rubin hosted by Andrew Cohen and James Packman

May 20th:     Taught by Rabbi Emily Kapor-Mater, host TBA

May 27th:      Taught by Danielle Nacamuli, hosted in her home

 


Barley – by Rabbi Me’irah Iliinsky.

The Midrash teaches that at Mt. Sinai the entire world was silenced, no wind, no birds, no sounds and God spoke to each of us in whatever voice we were able to receive.

Join us for a little study and sit in sacred silence as we prepare to hear God speaking.

Organized by Chava Monastersky and Alison Sands.

We will celebrate Passover on April 10 and 11th..the second night we are commanded to  begin counting the Omer until Shavuot. This 7 weeks between Pesach and Shavuot is both an agricultural festival marking the barley offering and the first wheat offering at the ancient Temple. and  also a spiritual journey. We  are given an opportunity spend 49 days from leaving slavery on Pesach to choosing freedom at Shavuot.  The “counting of the Omer”—these 49 days—provides a time for reflection using the Tree of Life.

 


Why is the predicament of undocumented Americans a Jewish concern?
Why did immigration agents arrest 600 people across the US in one week this winter?
Who are those who were arrested, and how many more are there?
Are they criminals, or are they Americans without papers?

We will explore what undocumented Americans are saying about the recent executive orders and the current state of the debate over comprehensive immigration reform. There will be a
discussion and Q&A session after the lecture.

There is no cost to attend; all are welcome.

 

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