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Schedule change! Due to a mechanical issue in the Temple building, our Erev Shabbat service tonight (12/16) will be ZOOM ONLY. Don’t come out in the rain — but do join us in person tomorrow for B’Yachad, Religious School and Saturday services.
Sukkot is here! Join our community in decorating our sukkah at the temple, 5 pm Sunday 10/9. (There is no religious school on Saturday this week.) The Social Action Committee would like to remind you that our High Holiday Food Drive, benefiting our Little Pantry and Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church’s Food Pantry, continues […]
We’re back in person! Multi-access services resume with Erev Shabbat on 8/19 at 7:15 pm (note the start time). Services will continue multi-access except for Labor Day weekend, which will be Zoom only! Of course you can join our multi-access service via Zoom; if you don’t have the weekly Zoom info please email the office or […]
Religious School for Fall 2022 begins September 10! Fill out our interest form for more info. B’ShERT 2022–2023 Religious School Calendar September 10, 17, 24 (Confirmation: 9/14, 21, 28) Sept. 10—Opening Day! Open house, registration, breakfast Other Notable Dates: September 17: Selichot September 18: Flatbush Frolic September 25: Erev Rosh Hashanah September 26 and 27: Rosh Hashanah October […]
Did you know that you can support Temple as you shop online? It’s as easy as switching your Amazon destination from www.amazon.com to smile.amazon.com! If you’re planning to make any purchases on Prime Day this year (July 12 and 13), please take a moment beforehand and bookmark smile.amazon.com. Once there, make sure your “Supporting” charity […]
***RSVP requested*** July 10th 4 to 5:30pm at B’ShERT and on Zoom On July 10th, documentary film producers David Padrusch and Jeffrey Nosanov will be coming to the B’ShERT Community Room to premiere 30 minutes of their documentary-in-progress entitled Article 116: Beyond Citizenship. The documentary, a work currently still in progress, explores the meaning of […]
What better gift could there be for Rosh Hashanah than some HONEY FOR THE HOLIDAYS? This distinctive 8-ounce jar of kosher honey will arrive in time for Rosh Hashanah, decorated with a festive label, and will include a personalized card reading “Shana Tova—Wishing you a Healthy and Happy New Year.” This card also lets the […]