July 28, 2014   1 Av 5774
Main Line Reform Temple-Beth Elohim, Wynnewood, PA
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Shabbat Services
Jul. 8, 2014
Shabbat Service dates and times are listed here.

Summer Shabbat Service Schedule*
June 20-August 29


Friday Erev Shabbat Services

    6:00 pm       Snack & Schmooze

    6:30 pm       Summer Shabbat Service


Saturday Shabbat Services

    8:30 am       Early Prayers & Songs of Praise

    9:00 am       Torah Study

  10:00 am       Chapel Service



*Two Special Shabbat Services


Shabbat under The Stars

Friday, July 18 beginning at 6:00 pm

Barrack Hebrew Academy,  272 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr

Harlam Day Camp joins MLRT to welcome Shabbat with a joyous outdoor service led by Rabbi Straus, Cantor Portnoy and Ross M. Levy.  Wine & cheese/cookies & milk at 6:00 pm. Weather permitting, we will enjoy our service outside at 6:30 pm, so bring your beach chair or blanket.  Shabbat dinner will follow services, along with activities and games for our kids.  Cost: $10 per person/$20 per family BYOB. RSVP to Beth Lloyd at blloyd@mlrt.org.  

NOTE:  There will be NO Shabbat Service at MLRT on Friday, July 18.



Shabbat at The Shore

Friday, August 1 at 6:30 pm

Temple Emeth Shalom, 8501 Ventnor Avenue, Margate, Margate, New Jersey

Celebrate the joys of summer with a special Shabbat service on the beach in Margate!  We will gather at 6:30 pm with members of Temple Emeth Shalom (609-822-4343) for wine and cheese and then, weather permitting, walk a short block to the Kenyan Avenue beach for services led by Rabbi Straus, Ross M. Levy and Rabbi Geller of Emeth Shalom.  Please bring your own beach chair or blanket.  Plan on joining us for Shabbat dinner at Emeth Shalom following services.  Cost: $15 per person (BYOB). Please RSVP to Beth Lloyd by Monday, July 28, at blloyd@mlrt.org.
NOTE:  The regularly scheduled Shabbat Service will also take place at MLRT at 6:30 pm.

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