Friday Evening Shabbat Services Outdoors

This coming Friday night, Congregation Har HaShem will be hosting Shabbat services outdoors on the lawn of our South Building. Join us for an inspirational evening of song and prayer. Our Second Shabbat services are led by our band, Or Zimrah, Cantorial Soloist Holli Berman, and Rabbi Mark Glickman. Everyone is welcome.

You are invited to stay for dinner or the Oneg afterwards. The dinner menu is baked potato bar, featuring twice baked stuffed potatoes, vegetarian chili, vegetarian refried beans, and a hearty salad. The service is family friendly and open to everyone. Free childcare is available during the service. There is no cost or RSVP needed for the service or oneg.

The typically vegetarian dinner costs $14 for adults, children ages 4-12 are $8, and children under 4 are free. Dinner requires an online RSVP: CLICK HERE to RSVP for dinner.

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