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BETH EL CELEBRATES SHAVUOT
 

Tuesday, May 30 9p-12:30a
Tikkun Layl Shavuot Torah Hop, 9:00pm

The Torah Hop is back for a third year! In keeping with the tradition of studying on Erev Shavuot, we'll "hop" to three congregants' homes, with a different session -- and desserts -- all around a central theme. (Think Sukkah Hop, only with Torah!) Guests are welcome!

Please call the office if you need the addresses for any of the hosts.

This year's theme: Torah in the Streets

Over the past several months there have been numerous marches, protests, and demonstrations where residents have taken to the streets to express their stand on the issues. As a community and congregation deeply engaged in Judaism's relationship with society and social justice, we will explore through Jewish text, as well as insights from community members who are experts in their fields, three of these issues.

9:00-10:00pm:  "One Who Saves a Life Saves the World: The Jewish View on Healthcare"

At the home of Stephanie Marks and Jonathan Zellan

 

10:15-11:15pm: "Creation and Covenant: Debating the Jewish Response to Climate Change"                                                    

At the home of Jonathan and Jennifer Adler

 

11:30pm-12:30am: "Welcome the Stranger: A Text Study on Judaism and Immigration"

At the home of Ken Gold and Marcy Felsenfeld

 

Wednesday, May 31
Shavuot Day 1

Services: 9:30am
Mini-Minyan: 11:00am
Elementary School Program with Morah Rivka: 11:00am
Kiddush: 12:00pm

 

Thursday, June 1
Shavuot Day 2

Services: 9:30am
Yizkor: approximately 11:00am
Mini-Minyan: 11:00am
Elementary School Program with Morah Rivka: 11:00am
Kiddush: 12:00pm

                  Upcoming  Calendar

              May

Wednesday, May 24
USY Appreciation Lounge 6:00 pm

Thursday, May 25 

Girls' Leadership Workshop 6:00 pm



 

                  June

Thursday, June 8
Girl's Leadership Workshop 6:00 pm

Saturday, June 10

Bar Mitzvah Gideon Johnson 9:30 am

 

Wednesday, May 24 2017 28 Iyyar 5777