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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Join Rabbi Marder for a learning session in person, over breakfast following minyan at 9:00 am.
Men's Club is sponsoring CPR training and certification on Tuesday, November 15th from 7:30-9:30 pm. This training will cover infant, child, and adult CPR, choking for responsive and unresponsive individuals, AED, and basic first aid. Men's Club will heavily subsidize the class for participants and it is open to ALL BETH EL MEMBERS over the age […]
Join Rabbi Olitzky for our twice-a-month Talmud study over breakfast. We will continue our learning virtually via Zoom. Our series is open to everyone, of all knowledge levels and experience as we study Tractate Sanhedrin together. Brew a cup of coffee and make yourself breakfast and sign on to join us for learning! You can access a full […]
We as a community have volunteered to cook, prepare and serve a Thanksgiving meal for roughly 50-60 people in need. Steve Weber has prepared a menu of classic holiday foods and will lead the cooking efforts for all vegetarian side dishes in the Beth El kitchen (the eve of Nov. 16 and during the day on Nov. 17). We […]
Beth El's Hevra Kadisha (Burial Society) is leading a series of gatherings to spark meaningful conversations in our community around death and mourning. This first event is "Death Over Dinner," a program to help us hold difficult and crucial conversations around end of life decisions, death rituals, and what happens after we die. The format […]
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.