In Classes

ART CLASS TO BEGIN IN JANUARY WITH CONNIE STEINER.

A SERIES OF SIX Art Classes-

Lessons will be structured around the use of watercolors alone and combined with crayon, ink, collage, etc. However, participants can bring media of their choice, and if they wish, work on ideas of their own. Read More

In Events

Beth El Sisterhood Game Days – Jan & Feb

Tuesday, January 8 and Tuesday, February 19
12 noon. to 4 p.m.

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In Events

Tu B’Shevat Luncheon – Monday, January 21

Noon -2 p.m. | $18 per person
Enjoy tasty fruit salad, fruit muffins. Egg salad, tuna fish, desserts, Stories pertaining to Tu B’Shevat, discussions and planting parsley.

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In Events

BETH EL MOVIE DAY *Wednesday, January 16, 2 PM “The Post”

Directed by: Steven Spielberg

Starring: Meryl Street, Sarah Paulson and Tom Hanks Read More

From Rabbi Krauss

From Rabbi Krauss

Anti-Semitism is rearing its ugly head in our world. Recent polls indicate that fully 96% of Europe’s Jews believe anti-Semitism is growing on their continent. In America, we were shocked by the Pittsburg Synagogue Massacre and the threatened on in Toledo prevented by the FBI. Read More

School News

Hello,

Shalom from our Hebrew School! Our children have been busy learning about the holidays, Hebrew language, and history of our people. We participated in a Sukkah hop that included two different homes and our Shul. During Hanukah we made Hanukah sugar cookies, and went to the Home Depot to make Menorot with children from the Chabad School.

Our students joined the choir to celebrate Hanukkah by making the hand motions for their songs. Our students have also been learning about Shabbat and its significance. We are looking forward to learning about Purim and Passover, and creating our own Passover play.

Classes are on Shabbat from 10-11 a.m. and on Sundays from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. We are ALWAYS welcoming new students to our school! Please contact Rachel Ludwig at 609-517-4823 for more information.

Rachel Ludwig
School Director

HAZZAN NOTES

HAZZAN NOTES

Happy NewYear! Jews celebrate the NewYear along with the rest of society. It is a distinct day with its own characteristics. Read More

Jewish Community Expresses Solidarity with Pittsburgh

Jewish Community Expresses Solidarity with Pittsburgh.We are pained and horrified by the horrible attack on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh last Shabbat. We mourn the 11 holy souls who were so senselessly taken from our midst, and pray to G-d to provide strength and comfort to their shocked and grieving families. We further pray for a complete and speedy healing of the injured, of the survivors, and of all of those around the country and the world who were traumatized by this atrocity. Read More

In Events

New Year’s Eve Party! (Sponsored by Beth El)

Monday, December 31, 2018

8:30 pm til ????
Ring in 2019 at Beth El
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Friends helping friends @ Boscovs

Beth El Synagogue will once again be participating in Friends helping friends at Boscovs. For a $5.00 donation, which goes towards our Hebrew school and adult programming, the shopping pass is good for $25% off most items, including sale and clearance items. You will also be eligible for amazing door prizes. The date of the event is Tuesday, October 16. The passes can be bought at Beth El Synagogue office between 9 am & 5 pm Mondays thru Thursdays and 9 am until noon on Fridays. To contact the office, the number is 609-823-2725.