The Sabbath of Sabbaths is once again upon us. It is our opportunity to reflect on our lives and our community.
Friday, September 29,
Kol Nidre, 7:00 pm
Saturday, September 30, Yom Kippur Day:
Morning Service, 10:00 am
Children’s Service, 1:30 pm
Teaching/Discussion, 2:30 pm
Yizkor & Neilah, 5:00 pm
Break the Fast (Vegetarian Pot Luck), 6:30 pm
Help Build Our Sukkah
Sunday, October 1 at 9:00 am
We need your help constructing the Temple sukkah!
Gallatin Valley Interfaith Forum: The Protestant Reformation & Interfaith Relations
Wednesday, October 4 at Noon
After 500 years, how are we all doing? With Lutheran pastors Joel Seifert (WELS), Sam Grayl (LCMS), and Lindean Barnett Christenson (ELCA).
Bring a brown bag lunch, if you wish.
Sukkot Celebration & Pot Luck
Friday, October 6 at 6:00 pm
Friday, October 13 at 7:00 pm
Please join us for Shabbat Simchat Torah and Consecration of Madison Mansfield & Avi Handley.
Torah Study: Bereshit
Saturday, October 14 at 9:30 am
Come join the always lively discussion. No experience required. Coffee, delicious bagels and other goodies are served.
Beth Shalom Book Club
Saturday, October 21 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 A Broken Hallelujah: Rock and Roll, Redemption, and the Life of Leonard Cohen by Liel Leibovitz
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RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and directions.
Jews & Brews
Beth Shalom Beer Club
Monday, October 23 at 5:30 pm
The next meeting will be Monday, October 23, at 5:30 pm at MAP Brewing Company, 510 Manley Rd.
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