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Shabbat B'yachad: February 3

Please join the TOS community for Shabbat B'yachad (Shabbat Shira with Afro-Semitic Experience)! Registration is required to attend this event, please register below! Taco Bar Dinner is $18 for adults and free for children 18 and under. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact Stacey Boisvert

Evening Timeline
5:15pm: Tot Shabbat (Chapel)
6:00pm: Dinner (Penn Spero)

7:00pm: Shabbat Services (Sanctuary) ~dessert to follow

The Afro-Semitic Experience is an American jazz and world music group that combines elements of African American gospel and Jewish liturgical music. The group was formed in 1998 by Warren Byrd and David Chevan, and has performed in a variety of venues, including synagogues, churches, and music festivals. The group's goal is to promote understanding and appreciation of different cultures through music and to bring people of different backgrounds together.

The Afro-Semitic Experience's music is a unique blend of traditional Jewish liturgical music and African American gospel music. The group's performances often feature a mix of original compositions, traditional Jewish prayers, and African American spirituals. The group's members come from diverse backgrounds, including African American, Jewish, and Latino, which adds to the cultural richness of their music.

The Afro-Semitic Experience's music is not only an expression of cultural diversity but also of unity and common humanity. The group's music is a powerful reminder that despite our differences, we all share a common humanity and that by coming together through music, we can create a more harmonious and inclusive society. The group has released several albums and has toured extensively in the US and internationally, spreading their message of unity and cultural understanding through their music.



    
Registration

 

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Volunteer Opportunities

 


    
Vaccination Status

 
We are requiring all members and guests who attend in-person services to be fully vaccinated.* Children under the age of five (5) and those with a documented medical exemption from vaccination are also welcome to participate in person. Those who are not vaccinated are invited to worship with us from home. 

*The definition of fully vaccinated at Temple Ohabei Shalom is that you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines when you have received all doses in the primary series and all boosters recommended by the CDC.


    
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