2014-09-12 Bertuch 60 anniversary 2
Bertuch's 60th anniv. - Sept. 2014
Mitzvah Day 2014
Mitzvah Day 2014
Shalom Kids, Feb 2014
Kabbalat Shabbat & Oneg Shabbat
Friday, August 26 at 7:00 PM
Join us for our kabbalat shabbat service at 7:00 pm. Then, after the service, enjoy the company of your community with an oneg. Music by Amber Ikeman.
First Shabbat Morning Service & Torah Study: Parshat Re’eh
Saturday, September 3
Service at 8:30 am | Torah Study at 9:30 am
Our monthly shabbat traditional morning service (always on the first shabbat of the month) begins at 8:30 a.m., and is followed by Torah study at 9:30 a.m., with bagels, coffee and other goodies. Come join the prayerful morning service and the always lively and interesting discussion at Torah study.
Fleeing Oppression: The Story of the Israelites, Ruth, Baby Jesus’ family, & the Refugee
Tuesdays, Sep 6-Nov 8 (except Oct 11)
6:30-8:00 pm, at Hope Lutheran
Bringing Jewish and Christian scholarship, as well as their faith perspectives, to this interfaith study, Rabbi Ed and Pr. Stephen, will examine passages and themes, pose questions, and reflect on an ancient truths for contemporary times. Facilitated by the Rev. Valerie Webster, President of MAC (2016) and an Associate at All Saints in Big Sky, Fleeing Oppression will include presentations on focus passages, discussion questions, and additional resources.
Download the full .pdf for full description and class info:
Fleeing Oppression Description
Shabbat Across Bozeman End-of-Summer Picnic (Pot Luck)
Friday, September 9 at 7:00 pm (at the Schwerin Home)
Click here for more info and to RSVP.
Book Club & Pot Luck
Saturday, September 10 at 6:00 pm
Informal, Friendly and Fun!
Love to read and spend time with new friends? Please come join us!
Our next book for discussion is All Who Go Do Not Return: A Memoir by Shulem Deen. (Click here for the description.)
We will meet on Saturday, September 10, beginning at 6:00 pm at Richard & Janel’s home (420 Meadowlark Drive, Bozeman). We’ll combine it with a pot luck, so try to bring a dish that is somehow related to the book (no matter how crazy the stretch!). We’ll start with informal book discussion and fun food, and see where the conversation takes us!
We’ll also develop a list of upcoming books, so please come with your ideas!
Please RSVP to Marilyn King at 522-0694 (text) or email@example.com.
High Holiday Schedule
Saturday, Sept. 24
7:00 pm: Selichot
Sunday, Oct. 2
7:00 pm: Erev Rosh Hashanah
Monday, Oct. 3
10:oo am: Rosh Hashanah Day
2:00 pm: Tashlich (at Bozeman Ponds)
Tuesday, Oct. 4
10:00 am: Second Day Rosh Hashanah Innovative Second Day Service
Friday, Oct. 7
7:00 pm: Shabbat Shuva Kabbalat Shabbat
Saturday, Oct. 8
10:00 am: Chanting, Study & Yom Kippur Mikveh (at Norris Hot Springs)
Tuesday, Oct. 11
7:00 pm: Kol Nidre
Wednesday, Oct. 12
10:00 am: Yom Kippur Morning
1:30 pm: Children’s Service
2:30 pm: Study Session
5:00 pm: Yitzkor & Neilah
6:30 pm: Break the Fast (dairy pot luck)
Saturday, Oct. 22
5:30 pm: Simchat Torah
Sylvie Skibicki Becomes a Bat Mitzvah
Saturday, October 29 at 10:00 am
Join us for Saturday morning worship at this special service where Sylvie Skibicki will be called to the Torah as a bat mitzvah.
Saraliba Auch Becomes a Bat Mitzvah
Saturday, November 5 at 10:00 am
Join us for Saturday morning worship at this special service where Saraliba Auch will be called to the Torah as a bat mitzvah.
Congregation Beth Shalom: Who Are We?
Beth Shalom is a Jewish community in Bozeman, Montana, which prays with joy and meaning, celebrates the history and traditions of Judaism, and cares and nurtures one another. We love to study and we offer many adult and child education opportunities.
We are committed to equal participation and status for men and women, those of all sexual orientations, and others who have been marginalized in Jewish life in the past. We welcome all Jews and interfaith families, at all stages of life. We strive to eliminate any conflict between Judaism and modernity, fully embracing science as consistent with our understanding of G!d and Jewish tradition.
We are involved in g’millut chasadim (acts of loving-kindness) and tikun olam (repairing the world), engaging in social justice work throughout local and global communities. We are deeply committed to interfaith dialogue in which we understand that all religions offer access to G!d and spiritual growth through their respective traditions. And we embrace a global vision of the role of human beings and their individual spiritual paths in the transformation of our precious planet … read more