2014-09-12 Bertuch 60 anniversary 2
Bertuch's 60th anniv. - Sept. 2014
Mitzvah Day 2014
Mitzvah Day 2014
Shalom Kids, Feb 2014
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.
Gallatin Valley Interfaith Forum: The Power of Words
Wednesday, November 2 at Noon
Panelists will speak to the contributions of their own traditions to the world community. Join Rabbi Ed, Father Leo, Rev. Jody, Dr. Amin and invited guests Floyd Fantelli (Buddhist) and Rev. Joel Seifert (Lutheran, WELS) to discuss issues on November’s topic, and take questions and answers. Bring a brown bag lunch, if you wish.
Farewell to the Burnims
Kabbalat Shabbat & Pot Luck
Friday, November 4 at 7:00 pm
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.
Shabbat Across Bozeman (Chavarah Shabbat)
Friday, November 11 at 6:00 pm
Shabbat begins with dinner at 6:00 pm at a home of your assigned chavarah (home assignments will be given closer to the event date) and continues with a communal dessert/oneg shabbat at Rabbi’s home at 8:00 pm.
Mystical Contemplative Chanting Service & Torah Study (Parshat Lech-Lecha)
Saturday, November 12
Chanting Service at 8:30 am | Torah Study at 9:30 am
Our celebration of Shabbat begins at 8:30 am, with our monthly mystical contemplative chanting service. This is a very simple service that anyone can catch on to in a few minutes. Torah Study will follow at 9:30 am with bagels, coffee, and great discussion as always!
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