All 8th-12th graders are invited to join an exciting teen trip to Philadelphia. We will learn about the makings of American Democracy, canvass prior to Election Day, explore the city, and connect with other Beth El teens. Click here to register.
This is your opportunity to begin your day with prayer and reflection. All are welcome! Morning Minyan meets at the regularly scheduled times, 7:45am on Monday-Friday, and 8:30am on Sundays and Federal holidays. If you cannot attend in person, You can sign in each morning using this link. Access a PDF of the weekday Shacharit service here. You can follow along with the […]
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Ameinu is proud to join other Jewish organizations as we commemorate the 27th anniversary of the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin z"l. Join us in person for the youth and adult event at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York City. Please register in advance by clicking here. The Stand Up for Democracy Coalition […]
Make sure to save the date for a fun trivia night and deli dinner with the Boomers! Click here to register by November 1st.
Join Rabbi Marder for a learning session in person, over breakfast following minyan at 9:00 am.
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. This class meets exclusively over Zoom. Click here for the Zoom […]
Join us for dinner and to watch a movie together during time off from school! Wednesday November 9th 5-7pm. RSVP to Talia by Nov 6.
Shabbat morning services meet in person in the Sanctuary. We are mask-optional. You can also join services via Livestream. Follow along by downloading a PDF of the Siddur Lev Shalem here. You can follow along with the weekly Torah reading on Sefaria.org.
Beth El Kindergartners and First Graders, along with their families, are invited to join Nomi Kornfeld and Rabbi Olitzky for a special Havdalah service, hot chocolate and s'mores. Havdalah will take place in Rabbi Olitzky's backyard. Please RSVP by November 11. Click here to register