BAR MITZVAH PROJECT

We are so proud of our son Harry for a job well done on his mitzvah project as part of his Bar Mitzvah. He chose an organization in honor of his grandfather Clifford, as well as Harry’s great-grandfather Henry (whom he unfortunately never had the honor of meeting). Read More

HAZZAN NOTES

HAZZAN NOTES

Summer 2018 has a whole lot of programming at Beth El!

Game days are every Tuesday starting July 3. Our first BEACH SERVICE is Friday July 27 at 6 p.m. Read More

From Rabbi Krauss

From Rabbi Krauss

Atlantic City was once a vibrant, popular resort. By the 1960’s it was evident that a slow but perceptible decline had set in. Competition did its thing. During the 1970’s casino gambling was presented as an option. Read More

School News

After a wonderful school year, an exciting Fall term is ahead! Beth El is happy to announce that Rachel Ludwig has become our new School Director. During the time I served in this position, I loved being with the students, overseeing the school and organizing the many activities and plans for the children. Moving onward to new adventures, I sincerely wish Rachel all the success that comes from this exciting position.

Our Hebrew and Sunday school (ages 4-13) offers the finest in Judaic education in our area.

On Tuesday, June 19, 7 p.m., Rachel will host a Parlor Meeting at her home for new families seeking enrollment for September. If you know any parent or grandparent who might be looking for a nurturing learning place for their children, please contact Rachel through the Beth El office at 609-823-2725.

Best wishes and enjoy your Summer!

Sisterhood News

Beth El Sisterhood wishes to thank everyone who supported our hamantashen bake sale this year. I want to thank the following people for helping in the baking of the hamantashen this year – Judy & Gerry Spanier, Nancy Freed. Joe Freed and Leona Kaplan for their help the day of the hamantashen bake sale. It is always a pleasure to work with them. Thank you to Ruth Seidman for her fabulous recipe.

Sisterhood also wishes to thank all the supporters of the Mah Jong game days we have had this winter. Thank you to Denise Borisch, Joyce Bank, Marlene Silverman, Nancy Freed and Leona Kaplan for helping to select the menu, prepare the food and supporting the program. It could not have been done without you.

Thank you.

Roslyn Oberson