This experience is about sharing, coming together and stopping to reflect upon how lucky we are to have our family and pets! Don’t have a pet? No worries, bring your favorite stuffed animal!
There will be a casual dinner before the service and it will be followed by the “Hot-Diggity-Dog” Dessert Bar for some tasty treats. We would also like to remind you to bring your blankets and lawn chairs for a comfy night.
Please bring donations of blankets, paper towels, and dog treats for Tri-County Animal Rescue.
If you would like an alternative to Shabbark Shalom, there will be a traditional Shabbat service held at 7:30 pm in the Cohen/Friedkin Sanctuary.