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Services

 

Services at Beth Hillel are held on Friday nights weekly at 6:30pm. 

 

Most services are in-person with a remote option on Facebook and YouTube as well.   

 

However, on the first Friday of each month, secular holiday weekends, and "Fifth Fridays," services (with some exceptions, like the Shabbat in Chanukah) will be held on Zoom(See below)

 

Saturday morning services at 10:30am are also in the Zoom format  and are also streamed to Facebook.  Saturday morning services are held only on the 1st and 3rd Shabbat of each month.

 

MORE ABOUT OUR SERVICES:

FAMILY SERVICES: The third Friday night of each month during the school year is a BSBH Family Kabbalat Shabbat, when the school age families are encouraged to attend, and students co-lead the services with Rabbi Feingold, a songleader, and with lots of upbeat, camp-style songs. These services are in-person with remote option.

The second and fourth Fridays are full services, including a Torah service and sermon, or, alternatively, a guest speaker or a discussion. These services are in-person with remote option.

Fifth Fridays are "Shabbat Together" evenings.  While we are having ZOOM services online, we are encouraging people to prepare a Shabbat dinner and sit down and enjoy it and social time with other BHT folks after services on the 5th Friday of each month. This will continue until we can safely gather in-person for meals once again.

Shabbat morning services are held twice a month on the first and third Shabbat at 10:30am, after Torah study at 9:15 a.m.  Until further notice, these services are on ZOOM.

Student Participation in Services 

 

Third Fridays- BSBH Family Kabbalat Shabbat - Rabbi and Sunday Judaica classes lead services from a set outline during the school year.

 

Hebrew Students on the Bima

Several Shabbatot throughout the year will be designated as times that the Hebrew students will help lead services.  For the most part, parents will choose the date for their children.

 

 

 

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