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November Shabbat Services at Brattleboro Area Jewish Community

Please join Brattleboro Area Jewish Community, Congregation Shir Heharim, for Shabbat services.

Shabbat morning services in November  take place at 10 am on the 5th, 12th, and 19th.

Shabbat morning services are followed by an oneg  (coffee and a snack) and a chance to shmooze (chat) with friends old and new.

Kabbalat Shabbat service (A musical Shabbat service) at 7:00 pm on Friday November 25th.  Come and relax on the day after Thanksgiving with music and prayers and a potluck dessert.

Our congregation is located at 151 Greenleaf Street in West Brattleboro. In Hebrew, “Shir Heharim” means Song of the Mountains, symbolic of our commitment to practice and celebrate Judaism with creativity.

Who are we? We are newly-weds and empty-nesters, toddlers and elders, doubters and the devout. We are teachers and students. We are the non-Jewish partners and the newcomers to Judaism; we're those revisiting the comfort of our childhood rituals and those searching for something that might have been missing since then.

We welcome our guests and celebrate our simchas, we visit our sick and we mourn with our bereaved, we stand with the State of Israel and we care for our planet. We are more than a synagogue, we’re a community.

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For a full calendar of Shabbat services & events please visit www.bajcvermont.org


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