Shabbat Programs and Meals
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Shabbat Programs will be taking place all over Baltimore on the Shabbat of November 11-12th. Please check the programs and activities listed below. If you would like to register your organization to be a part of the project, please fill out the Organization Activity Form and email it to the address specified.
Please scroll down to see what’s happening around Baltimore!
Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion - Tiferes Yisroel - Beth Abraham
Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion is hosting a community Shalosh Seudos with Tiferes Yisroel, Glen Avenue Shul, Agudath Israel, Suburban Orthodox and Beth Abraham with beautiful zemiros in honor of The Shabbos Project. After maariv, there will be havdalah with music and dancing with Nossi Gross. For more information, please contact Gracie Rosenblum at 410-764-6810.
Beth El Experience a fun and interactive Shabbat dinner following evening services with a program from Executive Director Josh Bender. Contact Lori Downing at 410-484-0411 for more information.
Community Downtown Shabbat Dinner at B’nai. 6:30 Kabbalat Shabbat/Maariv. 7 pm Dinner. Contact Heather Winegrad email@example.com for more information.
Chizuk Amuno Congregation
In special celebration Chizuk Amuno Congregation is excited to welcome Neshama Carlebach, daughter of
the late Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, a master and popular composer of Jewish melodies for prayer and song.
Neshama Carlebach will join Hazzan Perlman and Rabbi Shulman in leading our Friday evening Kabbalat
Shabbat Service with joyous melodies and acapella song as we rejoice in spirit, high energy, and a spiritual
beginning to Shabbat. Reserve your spot for dinner online at http://bit.ly/carlebachShabbat by Thurs., Nov. 3
or call the front office at 410-486-640
Friday night dinner for young professionals and college students (21+) with a late night Oneg after party – all @ JHeritage’s B’More Hub: 6312 Ivymount RD Baltimore MD. Go to https://www.facebook.com/events/1799008183678299/ or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Netivot Shalom is happy to host a Kiddush luncheon on Saturday, November 12th. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Temple Oheb Shalom
Rock Shabbat is an exciting musical Shabbat experience presented in a unique and modern manner combining liturgy with art and other visual imagery. After the service, join us for an expanded Oneg Shabbat. RSVP requested for catering purposes only. Caitlin@templeohebshalom.org. 443-278-9343
Wow! is launching The Shabbat Halacha Project on the Shabbat Project, a community-wide, year long strengthening of the Halachot (laws) of Shabbat. In just 10 minutes a week, complete an entire book! A choice of two calendars available at Shabsis Judaica for either The Shabbos Home or The Shabbos Kitchen. (Books at $18 each also available) Email Rabbi Nitxan Bergman for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suburban Orthodox - Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
Join Suburban Orthodox and Baltimore Hebrew Congregation for a wonderful evening of song, d’vrei torah, camaraderie and a delicious dinner starting at 6:45! Contact Stephanie Rabinowitz for more
information at 410-484-6114.
Beth Israel will be having a Family Celebration Weekend.
– L’Dor V’Dor Shabbat: From Generation to Generation: Special Shabbat Service in David Philip Gresser Sanctuary
– Shababa Comes to Tot Shabbat
– Music! Games! Beginyan! Youth Service
– Festive Kiddush Luncheon 2) Grand Celebration
ALL ARE WELCOME
Toast, Dance and Celebrate!
Tributes, Special Surprises and Decadent Desserts
8–11pm, $18 per person, suggested minimum
Bolten Street Synagogue
Bolten Street Synagogue will have Shabbat services on 11/11 at 7:30pm led by Rabbi John Franken and Song leader Aaron Klaus. On 11/12, they will have “Taking Hold of Torah” followed by coffee and bagels. Fro more information, call 410-235-5354.
Etz Chaim is hosting a Shabbat Experience Shabbaton for Young Professionals
Shabbat Dinner • Wine & Whiskey Taste Test Challenge. Contact email@example.com for more information.
AND Shabbat Unplugged,
A Weekend Getaway for Young Families. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Beautiful Shabbaton for local high school boys. For more information, call Dovid Meyer at 443-812-6681.
Pikesville Jewish Congregation
PJC will be hosting a Friday Night Oneg. More information coming soon!
Peregrine's Landing at Tudor Heights
Senior Challah Bake: Wed, Nov 9 6:45 p.m Seniors join Seniors at Peregrine’s Landing at Tudor Heights to bake Challah. Personal assistance provided. Wheelchair accessible van can pick up local seniors with an rsvp by Thurs. Nov 2. Rsvp 410-318-8000
Shabbat Dinner delivery: We deliver our delicious Kosher Shabbat dinner prepared by our chef to homebound Seniors. Send us names and addresses of your Senior neighbor, grandparents, synagogue members, and friends. Call 410-318-8000
Special Shabbat service and Community Kiddush: Saturday, Nov. 12 Join our Seniors for Services at 9:15 a.m; Lavish Kiddush following at 11:30 a.m. Please rsvp 410-318-8000
Owings Mills Torah Center
After davening at The Owings Mills Torah Center, all are welcome to a block Party and Shabbos Luncheon at the home of Denia Kramer. Please rsvp by 11/7 to email@example.com 410-804-0080.
Beth Am will have their Klei Kodesh musical services Friday evening and our Kesher L’Neshama “Soulful Shabbat” on Saturday morning. And at both we will be welcoming a special speaker, Dr. Joel Friedman. Please call 410-523-2446 for more information.
Please join us and the BT family in celebrating The Shabbat Project with Jews around the world! It all starts with an a cappella KABBALAT SHABBAT service led by KOL FUSION, then enjoy a delicious SHABBAT DINNER with international Jewish cuisine and plenty of ruach.
KIDS PROGRAMS will include a Kabbalat Shabbat sing-a-long with Mr. Brian Singer (Grades K-4) and
a separate PreSchool program.
GUEST SPEAKER, Herb Keinon, diplomatic correspondent for The Jerusalem Post / JPost.com,
will give an Israel update during dessert. Contact Cherie Brownstein for more information
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-413-2220.
Hadassah Shabbat Dinner. For more detail, contact Hadassah office at 410-484-9590
Har Sinai Congregation will be hosting a Shabbat Restaurant Dinner at 8pm. Please contact Rebecca Diamond at email@example.com for more information.
Moses Montifiore Anshe Emunah
Honor the Shabbos by escorting the Shabbos queen out with a Melava Malka Sockhop. The evening will start at 8pm with a musical havdalla followed by the main event at 8:30pm.
For more information, call Mary Begleiter 410-486-2497
Shoresh will be hosting a Shabbat Project Shabbaton on their beautiful 107 acre campus in Adamstown, MD. If you are interested in an incredible experience for your entire family, this is the place to be to make the 25 hours fly by. Wonderful explanatory prayer services, delicious food, informative lectures, and fun games. Contact Shoresh at 410-358-8571 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space. (Cabin rooms are limited.)
Join Congregation Tiferes Yisroel (Rabbi Goldberger’s Shul) for an evening of warmth, ruach and a wonderful dinner. Contact Glenna Ross for more information at 410-358-1687 or email@example.com.
Winands Road Synagogue
Winands Road Synagogue’s Rabbi Sholom and Judy Salfer are hosting a Friday evening dinner for those who are in walking distance of the synagogue. A Kiddush lunch and program are planned for Saturday. Please RSVP for either event to firstname.lastname@example.org