Rabbi Kevin Kleinman characterizes shemittah ("release") as "Judaism’s prescription for maintaining economic, environmental, and social balance in the world," as timely nowadays as it was in biblical times. How has an ancient regulation concerning crop management assumed such importance? Our tour of the history of shemittah will begin with its origin in agricultural practice and conclude with modern efforts to reinterpret the […]
Sunday September 26 from 12-1 pm (8-12th graders) and 2-3 pm (5-7th graders) Please RSVP by Thursday, September 23 by emailing Talia Feldman
Enjoy a dairy/parve Mediterranean dinner in the Beth El sukkah. Cost: $18. BYOB. Sign up by September 19. Click here to register
Join the congregational service via Livestream Note: Yizkor will be at approximately 11AM
Join the congregational service via Livestream To join Hakafot (circle dancing) virtually at approximately 6:30 pm, watch via Zoom here All kids and teens are invited to join to ice cream in the Patio tent with our teen coordinator, Talia Feldman, following hakafot
Join the congregational service via Livestream To join Hakafot (circle dancing) virtually, watch via Zoom here:
Followed by Hakafot and Candy Torah Making Activity in Parking Lot Tent 10:45 am – K-4th Grade 11:30 am – 5th-8th Grade
Join Beth El’s lively, member-led discussion on the weekly Torah reading in the Parking Lot Tent.
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.