Families and friends gather for joyful Shabbat celebrations of worship, exotic cuisine, a little wine, and learning.
Our monthly Tefillateinu is a highly-participatory, somewhat-abbreviated Shabbat morning service with active musical accompaniment. Lead by Hazzan Tahl Ben-Yehuda and Alan Edelman, with musical accompaniment by Adira Leibshultz, you can expect Hebrew prayers with English transliterations, a significantly shorter Torah service, and melodies that may be new to you. We hope you will join us Continue Reading »
Each Spring, our families and the community connect with an award winning local chef who delights us with a chef-inspired kosher gourmet dining experience. Our 4th Annual Breaking Bread Event will soon be schedule for Spring 2021. For sponsorships or updates, contact our Executive Director.
Recently, Sharon Keshet taught an adult cooking class where congregants learned how to make how to create new versions of special Israeli Hanukkah favorites!
Beth Shalom has gone for nearly a decade without a sacred space for worship. When we came to our Lamar campus, our first priority was to create a space for our children to learn: classrooms for our Polsky Religious School and our Rose Early Childhood Education Center. We were able to use the Goldsmith Hall Continue Reading »
The 10th annual Beth Shalom Sisterhood Bams for Mams was a big success, raising nearly $1,200 for the KU Breast Cancer Center. The community took part in this enjoyable day of Mah Jongg, friendship, and brunch in Goldsmith Hall.
Honor our Jewish War Veterans Beth Shalom remembers our Veterans who have passed away. For a list honoring all of the Jewish War Veterans who have passed this year, please click HERE. Although we cannot be together, we are sending our love to you and your family.
If you would like to view the recent Peltzman Series class (a special Passover edition on March 19) lead by Rabbi Glickman: Click here for the video of the class. Click here for the written materials. The third session of The Sarah Peltzman Adult Education Classes for 2019-20 will begin on Thursday, January Continue Reading »
Sisterhood Book Club will meet on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 7:00 pm at Tina Chapman’s home. The club will discuss “Inheritance” by Dani Shapiro. “A memoir about the staggering family secret uncovered by a genealogy test: an exploration of the urgent ethical questions surrounding fertility treatments and DNA testing, and a profound inquiry Continue Reading »