The Beth El Social Action Committee in partnership with Bat Mitzvah student Ella Kohol, the Meadowland Park Conservancy, and Repair the Sea are hosting a Reverse Tashlich. Register here Traditionally over High Holidays we perform the ritual of tashlich, throwing bread crumbs into a body of water to symbolize our casting away of our transgressions from […]
Join Rabbi Marder every other Wednesday morning, alternating with Talmud and Toast, to delve into the creative Rabbinic mind and explore a midrash on the weekly Torah portion. Texts will be available in Hebrew and in English and all levels of knowledge are welcome. Click here for the Zoom link.
Join the congregational service via Livestream
Join Rabbi Olitzky for his class titled, “Renewing Our Vows: Yom Kippur as a Symbolic Wedding Between God and the Jewish People.” Click here for Zoom link.
Join Sarit Wishnevski for her class titled, “The Power and Purpose of Vidui: An Exploration of the Vidui prayer for Yom Kippur, Death, and Beyond.” Sarit is the founder of the Be.Side Project, an exploration of where Judaism intersects with death and dying. Click here for Zoom link.
Virtual: Shabbat Morning Services on Saturday at 9:30am via Livestream. Follow along by downloading a PDF of the Siddur Sim Shalom here. You can follow along with the weekly Torah reading on Sefaria.org. In-person:Socially-distanced in our sanctuary. No prior sign-up required, but we do ask that you wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status.