Join us on Friday, Aug. 17th at 6:30 pm in the social hall of Bethel Lutheran Church for our popular “Ask the Rabbi” Shabbat. Rabbi Toba August will answer all your questions while we have a do-it-yourself dinner. Bring your brown bag meal; challah and beverages will be provided. After dinner, we will have our regular Musical Shabbat service beginning at 7:45 pm, led by Rabbi August, Rabbi/Cantor Monty Turner, Cantorial Soloist Mitzi Schwarz and our Makom musicians.
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Makom Ohr Shalom
Makom Ohr Shalom is a diverse community committed to outreach and inclusiveness in prayer, Torah study and everything else we do. We honor Jewish traditions of meditation and spirituality by including silent meditation, guided visualization, chanting, and original music in our services, together with traditional prayers. Members engage in social justice work together, celebrate each others joyous milestones and support one another in times of sorrow. “Makom Ohr Shalom” means “a place for the light of peace.” Thus, the name of our synagogue reminds us of our best spiritual vision and aspiration.