Mondays & Thursdays: 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 1:00PM - 5:00PM
Friday: 9:00AM - 1:00PM
Hours subject to change without notice.
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Let There Be Music!
Congregation Beth Shalom of Brandon is pleased to present guest Cantor Paul Offencrantz. Join Cantor Paul at Congregation Beth Shalom, 706 Bryan Road for a weekend of joyful music February 13-15th.
Cantor Paul started singing professionally at the New York Metropolitan Opera House, when he was nine years old. He became a protégé of the famous Cantor and operatic tenor, Richard Tucker. Cantor Paul uses his voice to inspire, uplift, comfort, and touch people's lives in a meaningful and profound way. For more information about Cantor Paul and to hear his music please go to www.cantorpauloncall.com.
The weekend events include:
Cantor Paul will impress with his vocal talents while officiating at Shabbat worship service on Friday, February 13th at 7:45 pm.
At 7:30 pm on Saturday February 14th the Beth Shalom sanctuary will be transformed into a cabaret. Cantor Paul Offenkrantz and the congregation's pianist and choir director, Joan Frankel, will present a magnificent evening of love songs. The program will include favorites from the Broadway stage, as well as classics by George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern and Cole Porter. Bring your own wine. Soft drinks and light snacks will be provided. Tickets for this event are $10.00 per person or $18.00 for a couple/family. Tickets can be purchased at the door; cash, check or credit card. Email Toby Koch for further information: email@example.com
Sunday morning, February 15th at 9:30 am Cantor Paul will be doing a very special program for the students in the religious school.
All events are open to the public. Program sponsorships are available. Please call the office at (813) 681-6547 for more information.
Shalom! Congregation Beth Shalom is a vibrant, warm, and growing Reform synagogue. As the only Reform synagogue in Brandon, we provide a home for Jews of all ages and backgrounds. As a small congregation, we value the contribution and participation of each individual member.
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Shabbat is the highlight of the Jewish week, an opportunity to connect with family, friends and community. Tranquility and reflection are combined with learning, joy, spirited singing and prayer for a day that restores and renews. Erev Shabbat services are every Friday night at 7:45.
NEW FOR 2015!! Rabbi Betsy Torop shows us that lighting Shabbat candles is simpler than you may imagine. A ritual dating back thousands of years, the candles are kindled just prior to sundown in homes and synagogues all over the world. Learn how easy it is to bring the light of hope into your home weekly.
The Kibbitzer is our monthly newsletter packed with information about Beth Shalom and all the activities we have for that particular month.
Congregation Beth Shalom holds Religious School on Sundays for students in Kindergarten through seventh grade, from 9:30am – 12:00pm; with the last 30 minutes dedicated to worship led by Rabbi Torop; parents are encouraged to attend as well. Religious School Brochure
At Beth Shalom we believe learning and participating in study are key to a full Jewish life. We have a dynamic Adult Education Committee that organizes a variety of study and learning opportunities for all interests! Lifelong Learning Brochure 2014-15