High Holiday Services, in-person or on Zoom: Brith Sholom's Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services are in-person and online via Zoom. All services take place in our 'main sanctuary', AKA the chapel at the north entrance to the building.
Erev Rosh Hashanah Services will beFriday, September 15 , 6:00 pm . Rosh Hashanah Day 1 &2 services are Saturday, September 16 , 9:30 am and Sunday, Sept 17, 9:30 am
Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur Services will beSunday, September 24 , 6:15 pm and Monday, Sept 25, 9:30 am Zoom info is below.
Our upcoming schedule for services is as follows: High Holidays Rosh Hashanah - September 15, 16 and 17 (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) Yom Kippur - September 24 and 25 (Sunday and Monday) If you are not a member or not on our mailing list, contact us for High Holy Day service times.
Shabbatot August 5 and 6 November 3 and 4 December 1 and 2 February 2 and 3 March 1 and 2 April 5 and 6 May 3 and 4 June 7 and 8
Classes: Life and Text with Rabbi Mark Asher Goodman Wednesdays, 12:15 pm EST
Join Brith Sholom's rabbi in a discussion and text study on the weekly Torah portion. Together we will read and reflect on Hassidic texts - 17th, 18th and 19th century teachings from the rabbis of Eastern Europe - which were particularly interested in the emotional, psychological, and practical implications of Torah as it applies to our own lives. This class is for every level of knowledge and experience, from beginners to experts.
Daily Zoom Minyan: Thursday Mornings, 7:30am EST and Monday, and Wednesday Evenings 7:00 pm EST
Rabbi Goodman leads Morning and Evening minyan from Pittsburgh on the days and times listed above. Additional, you can join Beth Shalom PGH for daily minyan Monday through Friday at 7:30 am, and Sunday through Thursday, 7:00 pm. Sunday morning services are at 8:00 am.
On November 29, 1897, a charter for a synagogue in the city of Erie was approved by a local judge and recorded December 28 of that year. Congregation Brith Sholom was born. In August 1901 the first building was purchased at 324 East 18th street. In February 1906, the "Brith Sholom Church," as it was called, was sold, and the congregation moved to a lot on French Street, between 7th and 8th Streets.
In 1950, the congregation moved into a new building---the Jewish Center on 32nd and State Street where we remain to date.
Brith Sholom's clergy and lay leadership welcome you to visit our community.
We invite participants young and old to join in Jewish traditions and explore our faith together.
Brith Sholom is an open and egalitarian Jewish community that welcomes you to our shul.