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Pelham Jewish Center Weekly Services

 

Friday Night Kabbalat Shabbat Service: Together on Zoom

The Pelham Jewish Center offers weekly Shabbat services on Friday night. These Kabbalat Shabbat services involve singing and at times, dancing, using both traditional melodies and Carlebach niggunim (songs with no words). The service is egalitarian and liturgically traditional. It offers a chance to leave behind the stresses of the previous week and enter a space of timelessness and joy.

Friday night services continue to be filled with caring and love; we now include a breakout session to discuss themes posed by the Rabbi as well as prayers for the sick, medical professionals and essential workers.

Our service currently starts at 5:30 pm.

A link to the virtual Zoom services is sent to members by email.

Non-Members are welcome, please contact the PJC for the link.

 

Shabbat Services on Saturday Mornings -Together on Zoom

In accordance with expert medical advice, the PJC building will remain closed.  We look forward to opening our doors again as soon as they assure us that it is safe to do so.

Our weekly Shabbat morning service is liturgically traditional and egalitarian. It features spirited singing and prayer, a short weekly chanting of the parsha (section of the Torah read each Shabbat) and a Torah study presented by the Rabbi. Everyone is welcome regardless of background. 

Shabbat morning services start at 10 am. Non-members may contact the office for a link.

Hopefully we soon will return to the day when each service is followed by a Kiddush luncheon during which congregants and guests continue the discussion of the Torah Study, catch up with friends, meet new people, and nosh on bagels and lox.

 

 

Summer Sunday Sunset Weekly Maariv Outdoor & Zoom Minyan

Ma'ariv (Evening) Service -- Join Our Minyan! --  This summer our Sunday evening services were held on our lawn. Masks were required, and social distancing was observed. It was a wonderful way for all our members o connect whether near or far.

 

Thu, October 22 2020 4 Cheshvan 5781