Megillah November/December

Megillah November/December

Read the Megillah in full, here.

Beth El Gift Shop

Many gift items for all occasions, weddings, baby gifts, hostess gifts, tallaisim for men and women, tzedakah boxes and much more.

The operating hours are our normal business hours – 9-5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 9 a.m. to noon on Fridays.

From Rabbi Krauss

From Rabbi Krauss

Have you heard about the “Women of the Wall?” Since 1988 a number of women in Israel have gathered at the Western Wall on Rosh Chodesh (beginning of the Jewish month) to express their deep attachment to Judaism by wearing Talitot, teffilin and carrying Torah scrolls. Rosh Chodesh for thousands of years has been a holiday for women in recognition of their unwillingness to contribute toward the Golden Calf dancing the Exodus. Read More

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

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.

Adult Education classes
In Classes

Adult Education classes

SUNDAYS – Jewish history and commentary with
Rabbi Krauss, after 9 a.m. minyan • 9:30-10:30 a.m.

MONDAYS – Weekly Torah portion with Cantor
Goren • 10-11 a.m.

For more info on other ongoing classes, call the Beth El office 609-823-2725.

*Pictured, Leo Lieberman stands with members that attended his class during the High Holidays.  

In Events

HELP BETH EL THROUGH AMAZON.COM

Here’s a simple way to help Beth El raise needed funds: Every time you shop online through Amazon, a percentage of your purchase will be sent from Amazon to the shul! That does not change the cost of the item. Follow the simple instructions below next time you’re shopping Amazon: Read More