Noshing

B'nai Shalom News

We have two gatherings a year, with three main phases of the evening starting at 6:00 PM:
1) Noshing on Jewish/American variety Pot Luck while we kibitz with old and new friends;
2) Keynote speech on relevant Jewish-Mormon topics;
3) Jewish music, testimonies, and maybe instruction on Hebrew dances.

Washington / Northwest / Seattle

Spring and Fall gatherings
after General Conference.

Next: October 26 2017
Bellevue South Stake Center,
15205 SE 28th St, Bellevue, WA

Utah / Bnai Shalom Core in SLC

Utah gatherings always Thursday eve before General Conference.

Next: Sept 28 2017
New location: Pioneer Stake Center
1401 W 700 S, Salt Lake City, UT

Map to Stake Center, etc.

Map to Pioneer Stake Center

Our YouTube Channel: https://goo.gl/TDCAm0. (That last is a numeral zero.)
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Come and partake! Please tell your friends about us, bring them to our gatherings. Help us to grow and to serve the Lord by bringing together today’s generation of the 12 Tribes of Israel in fellowship and peace.

NEWS

"We" just learned that the International Jewish genealogy lectures in Orlando can be viewed LIVE. It starts with exciting sessions July 23rd. Look HERE  for the session SCHEDULE: WOW!  

Yes, it starts during Church time, discussing Polish region issues. but in the late afternoon: "Jewish Genealogy: How Is This Research Different from All Other Research?" and evening: "Alexander Hamilton, the Jews and the American Revolution". DO browse that SCHEDULE; It continues through Thursday July 27th.  This is an ANNUAL event, so... take advantage while you can.  Register link at the bottom of: http://iajgs2017.org/iajgs-live/

Lynda Cherry will inspire us in Seattle in October about the Jewish festivals and their relevance to LDS members today, focusing on the fall festivals.

Go to the "Next in..." buttons above for detail.
Go to the "Last Spring in SLC" button to learn of the new B'nai Shalom leadership.

What is B'nai Shalom? We are a social organization of Mormons of Jewish descent and interested 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 Jewish heritage

Any Mormon or 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.