Serving the religious, social, cultural and educational needs of New Hampshire's North Country since 1920. Visitors are always welcome to participate in all programs, events and religious services. If you are traveling through or vacationing in the Bethlehem area and would like to attend services, especially if you need a minyan to say Kaddish, please contact us.
Shabbat Schedule for July and August
Welcome the Sabbath - Fridays at 6:30
Saturday morning service - 9:30-10:30
Torah Study Saturdays 10:30-11:30
NEW --- In addition to our regular Shabbat services, on the last Saturday of each month, we shall hold a traditional Saturday morning service, including the triennial Torah reading. Coming up August 27th.
These times are subject to frequent changes. Best CALL to confirm.
NOTES FROM OUR PREVIOUS CHILDREN'S CLASS --
"... We had nine children and four parents (one a visitor from Toronto with her two daughters). We spent about two hours. The first hour we learned songs with hand movements (David Melech Yisrael, Gesher Tsar Meod), we made rattles from plastic eggs and beans filling each with beans representing things the kids were thankful for (parents, having a home, being able to go yo school, having a bed a night, being Jewish were some highlights; video games and iPads were also mentioned). We then learned the Hora and Hava Nagila. Snack with brachot was great; all the kids were squealing excitedly about handwashing. We did that blessing 9 times as each child insisted on trying it with the bracha. We then did a tour of the Sanctuary, learning about tallit, kipah, bima, yod, Aron, Torah. They got to see the Torah and where the Book of Deuteronomy started. We played a game with those words (tallit, etc), danced the dance to Ushavtem Mayim b'Sasson and said goodbye till next time. Amy and I are planning that this week."