Unless otherwise noted, Shabbat services start at 7:30pm every Friday night, and at 10:00am every Saturday morning.
Weekday Torah Study takes place every Thursday in our Social Hall from 10:30am to 12:30pm. That group started reading at the beginning of the Torah on Thursday, October 8, 2015, and picks up each week where they previously left off, continuing until they (eventually) finish reading the Torah.
|Celebration of Temple Beth El|
Sunday, Oct 23 from 12-2pm
Everyone is invited to the
Celebration of Temple Beth El
Join with your TBE friends our fourth annual celebration of our congregational community.
This is a fun time for all ages – young and not so young. The best food (pot luck-dairy of course), great entertainment, and wonderful company to share it with.
Since this is during Sukkot we will have a tent for outside seating in addition to the Sukkah.
Plans are in progress and volunteers are needed for setup and clean-up. Also needed are donations of goods and services for a silent auction, and it would be great if someone could head this up for us.
Please contact Myrna Kaye or Jill Whitten fo
|Simchat Torah and Consecration|
Temple Beth El will celebrate TBE School Consecration, and Simchat Torah, on Friday night, October 28.
Services will start that night at the special earlier time of 7:00pm.
|Social Action Committee Forming|
A new Social Action Committee is forming at TBE, in order to organize our membership to make a difference in our community and in the world around us. The committee’s first official meeting will take place on Thursday night, November 10, at 6:30pm; if you’re interested in participating, please Email Rabbi David, and he’ll let you know when the meeting is scheduled.
‘Shabbat For All Of Us’ – is TBE’s family-oriented service, featuring guitar playing by Rich Roston, and pizza dinner for all after the service. The nextShabbat Kulanu service starts at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, November 18th.
|Morgenstern Series Concert|
Announcing the first program of this year’s Morgenstern Series.
Over the weekend of December 9th-11th, Jewish singer, songwriter, musician, and comedy writer Batsheva will visit Temple Beth El. Batsheva, who sings in Ladino, Yiddish, Hebrew, and English, will perform a few different times throughout the weekend.
Details will be released soon – for now, please mark your calendars now for this very special weekend.