(Please note that in compliance with Covid-19 Guidelines, our services are currently being broadcast live on ZOOM and we can not serve food on the premises. If you would like to participate in our ZOOM services, please email us at TempleBethHull@gmail.com)
Oneg Shabbat in English means "Sabbath Delight," our Friday evening services are certainly a delight! We host two Friday evening Kabbalat Shabbat Services each month followed by an Oneg which is a nosher's dream! To begin the evening, Rabbi David Grossman leads a traditional Shabbat service incorporating Hebrew and English with melodies that stir our souls. We also have a monthly Community Shabbat Dinner on one of the Friday evenings, with a catered Kosher dinner, wine and other refreshments. (Reservations are required for the dinners and can be made online, here.)
Want to sponsor an Oneg Shabbat? Contact the office and reserve a date today! We suggest a donation of Four Times Chai, which is $72
Saturday Morning Shabbat Services
Every Saturday morning, Shabbat services are held in the Boyer Auditorium, followed by a Kiddush and Torah Study. These Kiddushes cannot take place without your support! If you would like to sponsor a kiddush for $72, please contact the office.
Adult Education classes meet every Wednesday in the Asnes Chapel Lounge. Please consider attending. Fluency in Hebrew is not necessary, only a desire to be part of a learning community!
Temple Beth Sholom maintains a listing of members, relatives and friends who are in need of Mi Shebeirach prayers to comfort their physical, emotional or spiritual challenges. This prayer and listing of names are recited at all of the Temple's religious observances.