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Upcoming Shabbat Events & More

 

FridayFri, 3 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Board Installation and Volunteer Awards

Friday, Jun 3rd 6:15p to 7:30pJoin us as we officially install our 2022-2023 Board and present our 2021-2022 Volunteer Awards!

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SaturdaySat, 11 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Aufruf of Cantor Gil Ezring and Cantor Eryka Velazquez

Shabbat, Jun 11th 10:00a to 12:00pCelebrate Cantor Ezring and Cantor Velazquez on their upcoming wedding!

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SaturdaySat, 18 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Pride Shabbat

Shabbat, Jun 18th 9:30a to 12:00pJoin the community in supporting our 2nd Annual Pride Shabbat. We will welcome Rakel (pronounced ruh-ḣel) Silverman, a proud trans Jew who is passionate about social justice and radical inclusion.

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SaturdaySat, 4 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Shavuot Tikkun (Night of Learning)

Shabbat, Jun 4th 8:00p to 10:00pCelebrate the giving of the Torah with a night of learning! As in years past, our Paired Learning participants will be the featured teachers during this program. The program will include Ma’ariv.

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SundaySun, 5 JunJune, 2022

Shavout Morning Service and Matan Celebration

Sunday, Jun 5th 9:30a to 12:00pShavout Morning Service and Matan Celebration

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MondayMon, 6 JunJune, 2022

Shavout Morning Service with Yizkor

Monday, Jun 6th 9:30a to 12:00pShavout Morning Service with Yizkor

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ThursdayThu, 26 MayMay, 2022

 
 
As Time Goes By: Aging and End of Life Panel Discussion

Thursday, May 26th 8:00p to 9:30pJewish and spiritual perspective on these questions. This will be a three part series. Join Rabbi Brusso with Jordana Bel (née Kozupsky), Arielle Friedtanzer, and Mara Lugassy for a series of conversations about end of life.

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FridayFri, 27 MayMay, 2022

 
 
Women's Torah Study

Friday, May 27th 10:00a to 11:30aShare a morning of study and exploration of the weekly parashah, from the woman’s perspective!

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SaturdaySat, 28 MayMay, 2022

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Shabbat, May 28th 9:00a to 9:30aJoin fellow congregants in studying the weekly Torah portion. No one knows too much or too little to participate. Please join us for this fast half hour of Torah conversation.

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SaturdaySat, 28 MayMay, 2022

 
 
Apocrypha Study Group

Shabbat, May 28th 1:00p to 2:00pAll are welcome to join this study group focused on the apocryphal books (ancient texts that did not make it into the biblical canon). In-person and on Zoom

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FridayFri, 3 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Women's Torah Study

Friday, Jun 3rd 10:00a to 11:30aShare a morning of study and exploration of the weekly parashah, from the woman’s perspective!

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SaturdaySat, 4 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Shabbat, Jun 4th 9:00a to 9:30aJoin fellow congregants in studying the weekly Torah portion. No one knows too much or too little to participate. Please join us for this fast half hour of Torah conversation.

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SaturdaySat, 4 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Apocrypha Study Group

Shabbat, Jun 4th 1:00p to 2:00pAll are welcome to join this study group focused on the apocryphal books (ancient texts that did not make it into the biblical canon). In-person and on Zoom

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SaturdaySat, 4 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Shavuot Tikkun (Night of Learning)

Shabbat, Jun 4th 8:00p to 10:00pCelebrate the giving of the Torah with a night of learning! As in years past, our Paired Learning participants will be the featured teachers during this program. The program will include Ma’ariv.

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FridayFri, 10 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Women's Torah Study

Friday, Jun 10th 10:00a to 11:30aShare a morning of study and exploration of the weekly parashah, from the woman’s perspective!

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SaturdaySat, 11 JunJune, 2022

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Shabbat, Jun 11th 9:00a to 9:30aJoin fellow congregants in studying the weekly Torah portion. No one knows too much or too little to participate. Please join us for this fast half hour of Torah conversation.

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About Our Services

“More than Israel has kept the Shabbat, the Shabbat has kept Israel.” - Ahad HaAm

Bet Torah’s services are traditional and egalitarian, using Conservative liturgy with matriarchal textual references. We use no musical instruments other than our voices, raised together in song. Participation is encouraged. Men are required to wear kippot during services, and women—especially married women—are encouraged to cover their heads as well. All are also invited to wear tallitot, when appropriate.

Children are always welcome and we encourage families to worship together. Children who grow up in a synagogue are more likely to consider it their second home.

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