Tu B'shevat Celebration/Dinner, Friday, January 25, 2019 at 6:45 pm. Shabbat Service at 6 then dinner after services. $45 per family, $18 per person and $22.50 for enrolled religious school students and their families. RSVP required for all by January 11, 2019. Call the temple office so sign up.
Saturday, January 26th 10:15 am, Dor L' Dor Program! Intergenerational shabbat morning services for parents and granparents along with their kids. Interative family services, activities, snacks and more.
Saturday, February 23rd is Comedy Night with comedians Gary Delana and Richie Byrne! Winter blues got you down? Well come join us for a hilarious night of FUN! Doors open at 7 pm for cocktails and schmoozing and show starts at 8 pm. Admission is $50 per person and includes show, drinks, snacks and dessert. Sponsorships start at $360 and includes two tickets with reserve seating. 50/50 Winter Blues Raffle drawing (you do not have to be present at the time of the drawing to win). Raffle tickets are $50 per ticket.
Friday, March 1, 2019 Shabbat Across America! Schmmoze & Spirits 5:30 pm to 6 pm. Erev Shabbat Service 6 pm and then Shabbat Dinner at 6:45 pm. A spirited, delicious and interactive Shabbat experience for the entire family. Price for dinner as follows: $45 per family of 3 or more (adults & children) or $18 per single attendee/family of two adults!. Vegetarian option is available. If you would like wine with dinner please contact the office. there is an additional charge for wine. RSVP to the office by Monday, February 18, 2019 by 5 pm.
Temple Beth El’s Adult Education committee has planned an exciting spring semester. Courses are designed to meet the growing demand of our congregation and our Jewish community for Adult Education topics. It is our hope that these offerings will enrich our lives by learning about Jewish spirituality, history and ideals. Course descriptions are below.
Y Chavurat Torah Study
No sign-up needed for this class
Each Shabbat following Kiddush lunch; length of each class will vary.
Taught by: Shari Spark
Enrich your Shabbat experience by studyingthe parashat hashavua, the weekly Torah portion, with other congregants, each Shabbat in the library at approximately 12:45 p.m.. No previous knowledge or long term commitments are required to participate as we discuss Torah together. This is an ongoing class.
Exploring parts of the prayer service, we will focus on the how, why and what that makes our Tefillah so meaningful. We’ll put our learning into practice as we join the end of the Shabbat service. This is a user-friendly class with Shari Spark. No sign-up required. 10:00-11:00 am in the Library on Shabbat mornings.