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Congregation Beth Shalom

Jewish Community in Bozeman, Montana

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Kabbalat Shabbat & Oneg Shabbat

Friday, December 1, at 6:00 pm

Shabbat: Just Do ItJoin us for our kabbalat shabbat service at 6:00 pm. Then, after the service, enjoy the company of your community with an oneg.

Beth Shalom Book Club

Saturday, December 2, 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 Portnoy’s Complaint by Philip Roth.

RSVP to jmking@bigsky.net for more information and directions.

Torah Study: Vayishlach

Saturday, December 2, at 9:30 am

TorahCome join the always lively discussion. No experience required. Coffee, delicious bagels and other goodies are served.

Gallatin Valley Interfaith Forum: Civil Religion

Wednesday, December 6, at Noon

Interfaith_Forum

How do our faith traditions interact with American civil religion? With Rev. Joel Seifert.

Bring a brown bag lunch, if you wish.

Adult Ed: Introduction to Jewish Prayer

Join us!

Most Thursdays from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. Next class December 7, 2017.

Amber Ikeman in Concert

Sunday, December 10, at 7:00 pm

Join us!

Chanukah Cabaret & Celebration Potluck

Friday, December 15, at 6:00 pm

Join us to celebrate Chanukah at this special Friday evening Chanukah Cabaret service featuring inspiring Chanukah stories. Latkes, Gelt,and More!
Please bring a menorah to light.

Candle Lighting in the Capitol Rotunda

Monday, December 18, at Noon (Helena)

MenorahWe will celebrate Chanukah in Helena on Monday, December 18, at Noon in the Capitol Rotunda at our annual MAJCO menorah lighting ceremony.  The Governor and each of Montana’s rabbis will speak.  Lasts just one hour, so come out if you can.

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