Two melodies for Kabbalat Shabbat

Dear Congregation Beth Israel members and friends,

This weekend, which will be the first Friday of November, we’ll hold a First Friday Kabbalat Shabbat service.

Here are two of the melodies you’ll hear this Friday evening. Both come from Nava Tehila, the Jewish Renewal community in Jerusalem.

Shalom Aleichem – the song welcoming in the angels of Shabbat

(If you can’t see the embedded audio player, you can go directly to the song online: Shalom Aleichem.)

Lecha Dodi – “Come, my beloved, let us welcome the Shabbat bride”

(If you can’t see the embedded audio player, you can go directly to the song online: Lecha Dodi.)

Wishing everyone a joyous journey into Shabbat,

Rabbi Rachel

One response to “Two melodies for Kabbalat Shabbat

  1. Pingback: Greeting the Beloved on Friday night | CBI: From the Rabbi

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