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     Image result for music notes on a staffMusic Theory: Tues., from 12:15-12:45. Learn the basics of reading music and theory.


Paperback Broken Tablets: Restoring the Ten Commandments and Ourselves BookBeit Midrash: Thurs., at 11:00am beginning June 1 ~ Our first title is Broken Tablets: Restoring the Ten Commandments and Ourselves. 



Art of Torah Cantillation, Vol. 1: A Step-By-Step Guide to Chanting Torah (Paperback)Torah Chanting: Thurs., beginning June 1 from 1:30-2:15. Learn the trope (musical symbols.)


Image result for the golem filmFilm Afternoon with Bill: Sun., June 4 at 1:00pm. Screening The Golem this month.




Monthly Hike: Sun., June 11. Carpool from TBS at 8:30am. Easy hike this month.


Floral Embrace™Women of TBS Flower Arranging: Thurs., June 15 at 5:00pm.



Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning - Biblical Women: Emerging from the Margins through MidrashRabbi Nina Presents: Jewish Women in our Texts: Sun., June 18 at 1:00pm.


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Folksong Singalong: Mon., June 26 at 4:30pm



High Holy Day Choir rehearsals begin in June! Tues., from 1:00-2:00.


Shabbat Band rehearsals begin in June! Contact Rabbi Susan for details.


Weekly activities include: Mahjong, Israeli dancing, Yarn Yentas, Lunch Bunch Tanach, Saturday Torah study, Men's group, and more!

Read the weekly newsletter for details


About B'rith   Shalom

Temple B’rith Shalom is a vibrant non-denominational Jewish 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

TBS Mission, Vision, and Values

 Image result for Mission, Vision, and ValuesMission: To celebrate, observe, explore, and wrestle with Jewish practice, beliefs, and culture as individuals and as a collective community.

Vision:  To empower and inspire our community to be a compassionate, evolving and substantive Jewish family both internally and in the greater Prescott community.

See our Values here.

Tue, May 30 2023 10 Sivan 5783