Looking for a way to celebrate Shabbat and get to know your Jewish neighbors? 
 

Community members are invited to Pop Up Shabbat, a fun, informal way to celebrate Shabbat and get to know your community. First, sign up a host or guest, and let us know a little bit about yourself. Hosts will receive Rosendorff's challah, wine, grape juice, and Shabbat candles to help welcome Shabbat. When you sign up, we'll match you with the perfect fit for your Shabbat dinner! 

Next, if you are signing up as a guest, register on our registeration page. Please note: There is a guest fee of $18/family to help defray expenses.

We will be in touch with you in early March to let you know full arrangement details. 

Event Chair: Rebecca Feldman. For questions about Pop Up Shabbat, please contact Shauna Leavey

Pop Up Shabbat occurs alongside Shabbat Across Howard County, in which several local synagogues participate on March 20-21. Find more information below.

March 20; Hawthorn Center, 6175 Sunny Spring 
Join us for our 7:30 pm Shabbat Services led by Rabbi Kim Blumenthal, followed by a presentation from David Hatch, National security agency historian who will speak on the topic of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. 

 

Friday March 20th; Dinner:  5:45  Invited Speaker and Spirited Shabbat Service to follow Dinner.  Shabbat Across Howard County celebrates everything Shabbat! Join us for a festive dinner, followed by an adult education lecture and special Spirited Sabbath service that will raise our spirits!  Registration required for Dinner – please see https://www.beth-shalom.net/ for more information. 

Columbia Jewish Congregation is participating in  HIAS’ National Refugee Shabbat, Friday, March 20, 2020 at 7:30pm, during which Jews across the country will take action for refugees and asylum seekers. Join us for this very important Shabbat Evening service. https://www.columbiajewish.org/events/shabbat-evening-service-2020-03-20/

Join Kol Nefesh for family-friendly Shabbat morning services at Oakland Mills Interfaith Center, 10 AM, Saturday, March 21. All are welcome. For more information, visit their website at https://www.kolnefesh.org/

Title: Wine, Cheese, and Torah

Date: March 20, 2020; 6:30-7:45pm

Join Rabbi Josh as we explore the meaning of wine in Jewish tradition and the challenging ethical issues involved in making wine kosher. We'll focus our tasting and sensory experience around learning about one or two delicious varietals. RSVPs are helpful--to make sure we have enough to imbibe! (RabbiJosh@oseh-shalom.org). Afterwards, stay to joyously welcome Shabbat with services led by Rabbi Josh at 8pm.

 

Title: Shabbat Morning Meditation and Sacred Hebrew Chanting

Date: March 21, 2020

Join Rabbi Daria for our special monthly Shabbat Morning Meditation followed by our Sacred Hebrew Chanting Service. After the service we will share in a veggie/dairy/kosher fish potluck lunch together. 

Saturday, March 21, 6-8pm; Temple Isaiah, 12200 Scaggsville Rd, Fulton, MD 20759

Family Fun Night Havdalah
Bring the whole family for a night of fun brought to you by the Temple Isaiah Youth Groups! Featuring: Hearty snacks, Programming for children 2 years – 7th grade, Parents-only Café, and a Musical Family Havdalah led by our teens. Registration required. Please RSVP by March 13 to Joanne@templeisaiah.org with the names and ages of those attending. Cost is $5 per child (free for adults).