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Rabbi Susan Schanerman  is the new Spiritual Leader of Temple B'rith Shalom!

 

We are overjoyed to introduce Rabbi Susan Schanerman as the new Spiritual Leader of Temple B'rith Shalom. Rabbi Susan has served the greater Phoenix Jewish Community for over the past twenty years. She is thrilled to begin her new adventure here in Prescott!

Be sure to come to Shabbat services this Friday, August 12th at 6pm to say hello and welcome her to Prescott!  

Or, join us this Saturday, August 13 for a 10:30am Shabbat service.

To learn more about Rabbi Susan, Click Here.

Join us for Shabbat Services this Friday, August 12th at 6pm, Torah Study Saturday morning at 9am, and Shabbat Morning Services at 10:30am.

Parashat Va-et'chanan

Are you interested in   lively conversation on  Torah and Tanach? Two weekly programs to interest you!

*Lunch Bunch Study Group meets every Wednesday from 12-1:30pm at the temple. We are currently reading the Psalms. 

*Torah Study meets every Saturday at 9:00am to discuss the weekly Torah portion.

Now Registering for Temple B'rith Shalom's

Religious School!

                                                      

Meet 'n Greet with Rabbi Susan, Arlene Brownie, and Blanche Berkowitz on Sunday, Aug. 14 from 10:00am-11:00am.

School starts Sunday, August 28.

For more information, call (928) 708-0018 or

Contact Rabbi Susan at rabbi@brithshalom-az.org.

RSVP appreciated so that we can plan for food.

About B'rith   Shalom

Temple B’rith Shalom is a small Reform congregation that welcomes everyone interested in Judaism, including interfaith families and LGBTQ members.

As the oldest congregation in the Quad City area, we welcome the greater Prescott community and all who are interested in learning about Judaism.

Temple B’rith Shalom's members come from the full spectrum of Jewish practice and belief. Most of the members have come to Prescott from elsewhere in Arizona and the greater United States who appreciate the fellowship and friendships found in a small Jewish community.

Learn more on the "About Us" page

        

Tu B'Av is celebrated on the 15th of Av.

In Israel, dances and romance characterize a day of joy. Why not celebrate your own Tu B'Av this Thursday eve and Friday?

We can all use some sweetness in our lives.

             

 

Wed, August 10 2022 13 Av 5782