Online and In-Person Shabbat Services

Congregation Beth Shalom is pleased to offer multi-access/hybrid services open to the community both over Zoom and in our sanctuary, every Friday night at 7:30pm and on Saturday morning at 10am.

There is no need to register in advance and no limit on attendance at any of our multi-access/hybrid services. The following set of Siddur pages will be referenced during our services.

We continue to ask everyone in our community who are eligible for vaccination, and do not have a medical reason to not vaccinate, to be fully up-to-date on their vaccinations before entering our building. Our synagogue’s guiding principal continues to be “pikuach nefesh” (preservation of human life). We respect the fact that many in our community will continue to wear masks for a variety of reasons, and in support of those individuals, we will continue to have masks available in the lobby. We encourage all of our members to make whatever choices help them to feel most safe in our building. 

Please join us online or in person this Shabbat for the following services.

First Friday of the Month, 5:30 – 6:00 pm. Shabbat Shalom Service (In-Person) Cantor Hasha Musha Perman welcomes everyone to a new inclusive Friday night Shabbat Shalom service for all ages that includes singing, blessing and a short universal story, 5:30-6:00 p.m., the first Friday of each month (Except in July).

Friday night, 7:30 pm.  Kabbalat Shabbat Service Join us either in person or via Zoom for a Friday night service including traditional shabbat melodies, a prayer for healing, and recitation of Kaddish.  An Oneg Shabbat usually follows in our Social Hall for those attending in person, and for those attending on Zoom we host a virtual oneg gathering online.

Click here on Fridays at 7:30pm to join the zoom meeting (952 2025 7088)

Torah Study, Saturday morning, 9:00 am.  Torah study class on Shabbat morning at 9 am in person and online in the synagogue library prior to Saturday morning shabbat worship.  

Saturday morning, 10:00 am. Join us either in person or via Zoom for a Shabbat morning service, including recitation of traditional prayers, the reading of selections from this week’s Torah and Haftarah portions, and recitation of Kaddish. 

We encourage you to explore our downloadable worship materials at Worship > Worship Resources

Due to some security concerns regarding zoom meetings, all services have been password protected and we ask that you not post information regarding our services on public social media platforms. Please see our weekly digest and service announcements for passwords. Or, reach out to the synagogue office at 630-961-1818 or for that information.