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A message from Rabbi Abram Goodstein

Hello, members and friends of Congregation Beth Sholom,

This season’s High Holy Days have filled my heart with gratitude. Congregation Beth Sholom attempted an unprecedented project of providing an online High Holy Day experience. We succeeded thanks to the many volunteers and their countless hours of effort that made Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur possible. I am so proud of our community. Together we discovered a COVID safe and meaningful way to celebrate and observe our most sacred of services. I am thankful for the flexibility and resiliency of our community and the support of our Board of Trustees.

 

This experience has taught me that not even a world wide pandemic can prevent our community from having meaningful connections with our tradition and with each other. However, I believe that we are all in period of grief because of the changes that this pandemic has delivered to our world. Everyone is in need of Gimlut Chassadim, loving kindness. The end of Yom Kippur is not the end of the support we need to show each other, but just the beginning. We have shown as a community we can do great things together and I believe the greatest thing we can do is reach out to our neighbor and ask, “How can I support you?” Congregation Beth Sholom has a whole Gimlut Chassadim committee devoted to this task. If you need support please reach out to me at Ravavram907@gmail.com or our Gimlut Chassidim chair, Elizabeth Ellis-Steinzeig at sille@gci.net.

 

Providing an online High Holy Day experience has taught us so much and we have developed many new skills thanks to this project. These new skills will help us stay connected throughout the year. So stay tuned for announcements of new programs and ideas that Congregation Beth Sholom will offer to our members and friends.

 

I want to acknowledge all the volunteers whose effort and hours of work built the virtual synagogue that we prayed in this year. Scroll down for a list of their names and if you see them I encourage you to offer them thanks.

 

 

Rabbi Abram Goodstein

    

Simchat Torah 5781(2020)

Join Congregation Beth Sholom for a virtual Simchat Torah celebration followed by Havdala with Rabbi Abram and Leah Goodstein!

Posted by Congregation Beth Sholom, Anchorage Alaska on Saturday, October 10, 2020

 

Simchat Torah

Join Congregation Beth Sholom for a virtual Simchat Torah celebration followed by Havdala with Rabbi Abram and Leah Goodstein!

Havdalah & Simchat Zoom Torah:

10/10 (Saturday) @ 7:30 PM


Congregation Beth Sholom


Congregation Beth Sholom is a diverse and inclusive Jewish community, welcoming people of all ages, backgrounds, family structures, and worship styles.

 

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Welcome to the largest Jewish Congregation in Alaska.

All visitors who wish to worship with us are welcome. Though our Congregation is very committed to Reform Judaism, people from diverse Jewish backgrounds have found our liturgy appealing. Our facilities are beautifully located in a natural setting which enhances the worship experience. Please feel welcome to attend online. 

 

 

 

Services Online

 

Sun Mon Tues Wed Thu Fri Sat
Kol Nidre
  • 7:25p Candle Lighting
  • 7:30p Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre)
Yom Kippur
Yizkor
  • 10:30a Yom Kippur Morning
  • 3:00p Yom Kippur - CBS Virtual Oneg and Break the Fast on Zoom
  • 3:30p Yom Kippur Afternoon
  • 8:27p Havdalah
 
  • 8:00a Midweek Morning Minyan (Zoom)
  • 10:00a Mask Making (Zoom)
Erev Sukkot
  • 7:09p Candle Lighting
  • 7:30p Friday Evening Shabbat Service (Facebook Live)
  • 8:00p Erev Sukkot
Sukkot
  • 10:30a Shabbat Morning Text Study
  • 7:30p Havdalah in Anchorage (Facebook)
  • 8:11p Havdalah
Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot
    Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot
      Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot
        Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot
        • 8:00a Midweek Morning Minyan (Zoom)
        • 10:00a Mask Making (Zoom)
        Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot
        • 9:15a Tech Comm Mtg.
        Hoshana Rabbah
        • 6:47p Candle Lighting
        • 7:30p Friday Evening Shabbat Service (Facebook Live)
        Simchat Torah and Sh'mini Atzeret
        Yizkor
        • 10:30a Shabbat Morning Text Study
        • 7:30p Havdalah in Anchorage (Facebook)
        • 7:30p Simchat Torah
        • 7:49p Havdalah
         
        • 8:00a Midweek Morning Minyan (Zoom)
        • 10:00a Mask Making (Zoom)
         
        • 6:26p Candle Lighting
        • 7:30p Friday Evening Shabbat Service (Facebook Live)
        B'reishit
        • 9:00a Judaism 101
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           9:00a Sukkot and Simchat Torah
        • 10:30a Shabbat Morning Text Study
        • 7:28p Havdalah
        • 7:30p Havdalah in Anchorage (Facebook)
         
        • 8:00a Midweek Morning Minyan (Zoom)
        • 10:00a Mask Making (Zoom)
        • 7:00p CBS Board Meetings (Call to confirm)
         
        • 6:05p Candle Lighting
        • 7:30p Friday Evening Shabbat Service (Facebook Live)
        Noach
        • 10:30a Shabbat Morning Text Study
        • 7:07p Havdalah
        • 7:30p Havdalah in Anchorage (Facebook)
         
        • 8:00a Midweek Morning Minyan (Zoom)
        • 10:00a Mask Making (Zoom)
         
        • 5:45p Candle Lighting
        • 7:30p Friday Evening Shabbat Service (Facebook Live)
        Lech L'cha
        • 10:30a Shabbat Morning Text Study
        • 6:47p Havdalah
        • 7:30p Havdalah in Anchorage (Facebook)

         

        Wed, October 28 2020 10 Cheshvan 5781