Temple Beth Sholom Welcomes Adults with Special Needs for Havdalah Celebration
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Temple Beth Sholom Welcomes Adults with Special Needs for Havdalah Celebration

February 8, 2017   |   Local News - New City  

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  • On Thursday, April 27 at 7:30pm, Temple Beth Sholom in New City will welcome 80-plus adult guests from Rockland ARC, Camp Venture, HVDDSO, and Jawonio for a Havdalah celebration.
     

    Havdalah is a Jewish religious ceremony or formal prayer marking the end of the Sabbath. The evening event at Temple Beth Sholom will be filled with light and love for our guests and volunteers as we dance, sing, and pray.

    Temple Beth Sholom is an engaged Reform congregation made up of approximately 300 families. TBS cares deeply about creating an environment of inclusion, respect, and involvement and aims to nurture the relationships bein adam l'chavero (between congregants). One of the goals of TBS is to build a Judaism that is modern, relevant, and relational.

    Temple Beth Sholom hosts five events for people with special needs each year, all of which are held on Thursday evenings for the convenience of our guests. They are:

    • Shabbat 
       
    • Hanukkah 
       
    • Havdalah 
       
    • Purim 
       
    • Passover
       

    Temple Beth Sholom
    228 New Hempstead Road, New City
    845-638-0770
    tbsrockland.org


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    Main image: Temple Beth Sholom hosts five events for people with special needs each year.
    Courtesy Temple Beth Sholom