Welcome to B’nai Sholom
We are very glad to welcome you to B’nai Sholom, a place Reform Jews and their families — of whatever backgrounds — can truly call “home.”
Please join in our worship, our studying, our celebrations. We look forward to getting to know you. Please call us at 518/482-5283, or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Shabbat services usually begin at 8:00 PM. On the first Friday of each month, they begin at 6:00 PM.
Tot Shabbat the second Friday of each month 5:00 PM. Further details
Office Hours: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays. Closed Tuesdays
–Rabbi Don Cashman, the officers, trustees, and members of B’nai Sholom
December 24 Dinner
B’nai Sholom invites you to join your friends at
Gold Coin Restaurant – 1360 New Scotland Ave.
Slingerlands, NY 12159
Monday, December 24, 2018
Dining from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Dinner served at 6 p.m.
$22* per Adult
$14* per Child (ages 12 and under)
*Prices include tax & gratuity
Books for Babies
The B’nai Sholom Literacy Project Presents
BOOKS FOR BABIES!
Please help the B’nai Sholom Literacy Project, as part of the Social Action Committee, to purchase books for distribution to expectant parents in target populations.
Adult Education Offerings
Judeophobia: The Ancient Origins of Anti-Semitism
- Steve Stark-Riemer
- Thursday evenings September 27 through November 8; 7:00 PM to 8:45 PM
Unfinished People: Stories of Jewish Immigrants in Early 20th Century New York City
November 17, 2018 — Watermarks
February 9, 2019 — The Samuel Project
Eli (Ryan Ochoa) gets to know his grandfather Samuel (Hal Linden) for the first time when he makes him the subject of an animated art project for school. With dreams of becoming a professional artist, Eli discovers that his Jewish grandpa, a San Diego dry cleaner, was heroically saved from Nazi capture in Germany by a young woman when he was a boy.
March 9, 2019 —1945
On a sweltering August day in 1945, villagers prepare for the wedding of the town clerk’s son. Meanwhile, two Orthodox Jews arrive at the village train station with mysterious boxes labeled “fragrances.” The town clerk fears the men may be heirs of the village’s deported Jews and expects them to demand their illegally acquired property back, originally lost during the second World War. Other villagers are afraid more survivors will come, posing a threat to the property and possessions they have claimed as their own.
Debbi Rausch –November 9, 2018
“From Broken Glass and Shattered Dreams to Freedom” – In remembrance of Kristallnacht and in honor of Veterans Day
Martha Rozett — January 11, 2019
Saturdays 9:30 AM
Credit Card Donations Now Accepted