Congregation Ohav Shalom

Building Community Celebrating Tradition

113 New Krumkill Road, Albany, NY 12208 / (518) 489-4706 / Email Us /

Return to Shul for Worship Shabbat, October 23 – Bar Mitzvah of Dylan Phillips

Return to Shul for Worship Shabbat, October 23 - Bar Mitzvah of Dylan Phillips


October 23, 2021    
9:30 am - 11:30 am

Event Type

Please note the following special information for Shabbat, 10/23:  
Mazal tov to Dylan Phillips and his family, who will celebrate Dylan’s becoming a Bar Mitzvah this Shabbat, October 23. 
We are expecting a larger Shabbat crowd than usual. In order to assist us with planning and creating a safe environment for our community, the Bar Mitzvah family and their guests, it is important that those who wish to attend in person this Shabbat RSVP here.  Space is limited, and we need to monitor attendance to keep everyone safe.
Please note also that we will begin morning services at 9:30 a.m. with the start of Shacharit, with Shochen Ad. Those who wish to daven the introductory service, Pesukei d’Zimra, are asked to do so on your own.   
We appreciate your understanding and extend a hearty mazel tov again to Dylan and the Phillips family. 

Join us for Shabbat services this Saturday, October 23 from 9:30-11:30AM. * RSVPs Requested by Fri. @ 2pm * Families of all ages WELCOMED! * Parents/Kid corner open *  General sanctuary seating with additional seating for increased comfort * Masks required for everyone entering the building, regardless of vaccination status. * Shorashim with Bracha at 10:30am (Meet Bracha at 10:30am at the Ohav Shalom main entrance. Our Shorashim children and families, together with Bracha will walk around the front to our tent space for a fun filled, Shabbat morning service! At 11:30am, Bracha will escort our Shorashim children and families back to the main entrance to reenter the Shabbat morning indoor service.)* Kulanu Jr. with Dan Scher at 10:30am in the Chapel*

Kiddush sponsored by the Phillips family in honor of their son, Dylan upon becoming a Bar Mitzvah