Shabbat services are held most Friday nights at 7pm. On some weekends, we have Shabbat morning services instead. Please check the specifics on our Calendar.
Brith Sholem follows the cycle of the Jewish calendar with community observance of holidays throughout the year. We also observe the traditions of Jewish life-cycle milestones from birth through the end of life, supporting our members at each stage.
Student Rabbi-facilitated Adult Education sessions are held on Friday evenings or Saturday mornings. Check the specifics for these and our family educational programs on our Calendar. Training for Bar/Bat Mitzvah and conversion are offered on request.
At Brith Sholem, members are involved in every aspect of synagogue life, whether as community leaders, teachers, service leaders or congregants fulfilling the mitzvah of making a minyan.
A camel carrying a load. A golden pair of balanced scales. An open heart and an open mind. These are three of more than two dozen artists' visions of justice and righteousness featured in the invitational exhibition, "Tzedek Boxes: Justice Shall You Pursue."
Tu BiShvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees, is upon us. While it may not be the most celebrated new year in the Jewish tradition, there is a simple power to the holiday - the call for us to become attuned to nature and learn what it can teach us about personal growth.