General Info About B'nai Shalom Gatherings

We have two gatherings a year, with three main phases of the evening:

Noshing on Jewish/American variety Pot Luck 6:00 to 7:30 pm:
Ashkenazic, Sephardic or "whatever", while visiting with new and old friends, greetings. Don't worry, just come enjoy the love!

Keynote speech/fireside 7:45 to 8:30 pm:
Interesting speaker on topics relevant to Jewish-Mormon. See the below detail buttons.

Dessert and entertainment 8:30 to 9:30 pm:
Usually Jewish music, instruction on Hebrew dances, more kibbitzing. Often: Testimonies.

Washington / Northwest / Seattle

In the Seattle/Northwest, we have gatherings every April and October of the month in which we have General Conference.

The date is Saturday April 29th. Note the change. We hope it will work for you.

The Bellevue South Stake Center address is 15205 SE 28th St, Bellevue, WA 98007.

Please note also that our friends, Jewish Gen of Washington State, meets nearby in our Factoria building.

See the link to the left, on that page, to Handouts for prior presentations.

Utah / Bnai Shalom Core in SLC

The Utah gatherings are always on the Thursday evening before General Conference, starting at 6 pm.

They are at the historic Salt Lake Stake Center, 142 West 200 North, Salt Lake City, Utah 84116.

Map to Stake Center, etc.

Utah (SLC) Picture, Map / Location, etc.

What is B'nai Shalom? We are a social organization of Mormons of Jewish descent and Mormon friends. Through gatherings, this site, and social media, we promote:

Assistance with the unique Jewish genealogical research and sharing of unique historical events of Jewish families.

Learning Hebraic foundations of the restored Church

Enjoyment of Jewish culture - music, dance, etc; culture of your heritage.

Understanding of heritage, traditions and connections: Judaic - Mormon

We adhere to our LDS faith and add much understanding to it.

Who might attend or join?

Members and friends sharing a common Jewish heritage

Any Mormon (or any friend) interested in Jewish people/culture, regardless of ancestry

Nancy Hilton and Michael Gelman

Kids too
Dance instruction Klez group, no longer exists. But there is a very good one in Seattle. Andrew Skinner Allen Steele served two Jewish proselyting missions/converted a Rabbi, two or three CES missions, knows all scriptures well including Torah and Prophets.