Come and join the Narberth Havurah to kindle the Shabbat candles and celebrate the joy, peace, and sense of connection that Shabbat can be.
Until we are able to meet again in person, the Havurah offers Shabbat gatherings on Zoom. We need Shabbat more than ever!
Our monthly Welcoming of Shabbat is a family friendly time to gather for songs, stories, and the rituals of Shabbat. After a break for dinner, Welcoming of Shabbat is followed by Wine and Wisdom, an adult-oriented learning/discussion focused on the week’s Torah portion, an upcoming holiday, or another topic relevant to current events or of general interest.
The other monthly Shabbat offering is a Friday night or Saturday morning Shabbat service. Havurah services blend traditional prayer with reflection and dialogue, silence and song.
Havurah parents with young children also organize a children’s Shabbat that includes songs, stories and a craft led by parent volunteers. It’s a wonderful way for kids to make new friends and parents to strengthen connections with other Havurah families!
Check our calendar for all upcoming dates of these two wonderful ways to celebrate Shabbat in the upcoming year.
Feel free to contact Ali Freed, Programming Officer, to volunteer to work on a Shabbat gathering, or if you have questions or concerns.