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Shabbat Services



Shabbat Evening Service
Fridays, 8:00 p.m., Alpine Community House

The warmth and energy of this service begins with a communal candle lighting and prayer. Our Rabbis lead the service to bring us together in community and lift our spirits. We welcome children and guests. An oneg follows the service.


Havdalah Service and Discussion
First Saturday of every month, 8 p.m., Chavurah member's homes

It is a Jewish tradition to come together in the home at the end of Shabbat for Havdalah (separation/distinction) to say prayers, sing songs and bless the coming week - a time to mark the end of the holiness of Shabbat and to begin the work week and the ordinary activities of daily life. Chavurah Beth Shalom holds its Havdalah service and get together on the first Saturday of every month at the home of one of our Chavurah members. For location or additional information, please contact Rabbi Dennis G. Shulman, Ph. D., (201) 784-0880 or Shulman@DennisShulman.com.

Like all services at the Chavurah, this service is brief and friendly. The ambiance is casual, the liturgy is easily understood and the Hebrew is transliterated. Please join us and bring your friends and family (Chavurah members and nonmembers alike). All are invited and welcome. Children and grandchildren are also welcome.


Shabbat Morning Minyan
Saturdays, 9:30 a.m., Alpine Community House

The Shabbat Morning Minyan is an informal, "user-friendly" service that meets for less than an hour every Saturday. It always includes an active discussion of the week's Torah portion and an explanation of prayers included in the service. The Minyan meets around the conference table in the basement of the Alpine Community House. Dress is casual. In fact, ties are deemed as not kosher and are strictly prohibited by the Rebbe. Children and guests are warmly welcomed. For location or additional information, please contact Rabbi Dennis G. Shulman, Ph. D., (201) 784-0880 or Shulman@DennisShulman.com.






“Our Rabbis lead the service to bring us together in community and lift our spirits.”


Rabbi Jack Bemporad