Break the Fast after Yom Kippur | October 9, 2019 • 7:08 p.m.

Join your Beth El Family following Shofar blowing

Cost: $18 per person – MUST BE PREPAID – NO EXCEPTIONS

Last date for reservations and payment, Monday, September 23, 2019

BUY YOUR MAH JONG CARDS AT BETH EL SYNAGOGUE

Beth El Sisterhood will be selling Mah Jong cards. The cost of each card is $8.00 for a regular size and $9.00 for the larger card. Read More

NEEDED FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS

• Volunteers to set up babysitting room

• Volunteer to provide Kosher snacks for the children and serve them

***Parents need to be in babysitting room with their children.***

2019 Holiday Services 5780

ROSH HASHANAH SCHEDULE

Sunday, September 29

Erev Rosh Hashanah

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Do you have a life cycle event coming up?

The Beth El Choir would be honored to participate in all your life cycle events – Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Wedding, any celebration or event, large or small, joyous or solemn. Of course, advance notice is requested. For more information or to schedule a date call Cantor Goren at the Beth El office, 823-2725.

Megillah September/October

Megillah September/October

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

In our Jewish tradition creed is important, primarily because it should lead to proper behavior and kindness. Fasting on Yom Kippur has a crucial purpose to Read More

HAZZAN NOTES

HAZZAN NOTES

We often discuss the holiday season as to whether the holidays come early or late so this year they are “late.” Actually, according to the Jewish calendar they are right on time, 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