Please Join us for Shabbat Dinner and Services, Friday March 3, 2017
Services at 6:30pm, Dinner at 7:15pm
Services will be led by our spiritual leader, Cantorial Soloist Audrey Kaufman. Following services Am Shalom chef Ralph Mandel, along with a few other excellent cooks, will be once again making a wonderful meal for us to enjoy as a community. All are welcome. (Please advise us of any dietary requirements)
Tickets: Members: Family $25, Couple $15, Single $10
Non-members: Family $35, Couple $25, Single $15
Anyone interested in attending must have their money paid to the office by Saturday February 25th.
** No Drop-Ins will be allowed to Dinner. **
Services are always opened to everyone.
ABOUT AM SHALOM:
Am Shalom is a modern Reform Congregation providing spiritual enrichment to the Jewish community throughout the Simcoe County area.
The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) believes that everyone can feel at home in Judaism and that there is more than one way to be authentically Jewish. We stand for a Judaism that, in response to today’s realities, is inclusive, open, and diverse.
We welcome all those wishing to share with us in exploring our religious heritage, celebrating our customs and rituals.
Reform Judaism maintains faith in the Covenant between God and Israel as expressed over the generations in the teachings of an ever-evolving Torah and tradition. Stirred by the mandate of tikkun olam, (repairing the world) Reform Judaism seeks to be the living expression of those teachings. It welcomes all who seek Jewish connection to pursue a life of meaning as inspired by the Divine and proclaimed in the truths grasped by Jewish teachers throughout time.
Shabbat is a joyous occasion at Am Shalom whether we celebrate within our sanctuary, outdoors under the stars, or on the unspoiled waters of Georgian Bay. Together with our spiritual leader, Cantorial Soloist Audrey Kaufman, and educational advisor, Dr. Ira Schweitzer, we explore Reform Judaism’s traditions enriching our Jewish experience.
Our members are active and involved in a variety of Social Action programs, which focus on volunteering in the community. For over three decades the Am Shalom Congregation has built a Jewish community interested in studying the many aspects of Reform Jewish life.
Located an hour north of Toronto, the Am Shalom Congregation welcomes you to our next worship service, social gathering, or holiday celebration.