Congregation Shevet Achim
ISRAELi CHEFS COOK MAY 8 WITH HADASSAH AT SHEVET ACHIM
Jewish organizations in the Puget Sound region are working together to provide fun and engaging Israel events for all ages, including speakers, photography and art, music celebrations, and more throughtout the area. Events include observances of Yom Ha'shoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom Ha'zikaron (Israel Memorial Day) and Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel Independence Day).
At Shevet Achim there will be a festive family event for all who love Israeli food;
Local Israeli chefs share and demonstrate favorite recipes that everyone can learn to make.
Registration Information at Israeli Chefs
the way of g-d - courses
For more information about these classes go to The Way of G-d
rosh chodesh course
Information and registration about the course available at ART&SOUL
Shabbat 101 - a new monthly program
Every 3rd Saturday through June 18th
January 16th, February 20th, March 19th, April 16th, May 21st and June 18th
10:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
Have you ever felt disconnected from what happens in Shabbat services? Have you ever searched for practical relevance to Shabbat and its prayer services?
Shabbat 101 will teach you how to navigate the Shabbat synagogue experience, and find its relevance and meaning in your life. Please join us on the third Shabbat of each month for Shabbat 101 with Rabbi Mendy Kornfeld. If you already know the basics, Shabbat 101 will deepen your understanding and appreciation for Shabbat. If you are brand-new to the experience, you will learn how to get more inspiration and joy from this special weekly holiday called Shabbat that makes Judaism so special.
Shabbat 101 is open to the entire Jewish community, please invite your friends,neighbors and relatives and stay for the Kiddush that follows our main service.
For more information go to Shabbat 101
welcome to our community!
Congregation Shevet Achim blends the warmth of traditional Judaism with a whole-hearted acceptance of everyone. We “shevet achim,” dwell together, as Seattle’s most diverse congregation. Many of us have returned to tradition and now join in friendship with other families, retired couples and singles in a rich community life filled with prayer, study and “chesed,” acts of kindness. Please visit us in our new building, home to Mercer Island's Orthodox congregation for all Jews.