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FridayFri, 26 JulJuly, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Jul 26th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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, 27 JulJuly, 2024

 
 
Meditation Service

Shabbat, Jul 27th 9:00a to 9:25aThe Talmud teaches that our sages would meditate one hour before starting to pray. In that spirit, join Rabbi Sacks in the Chapel for a few minutes of intention-setting and stillness before services begin.

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FridayFri, 2 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 2nd 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 9 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 9th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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MondayMon, 12 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Tisha B'Av Evening Service

Monday, Aug 12th 7:30p to 9:00pJoin us as we commemorate the destruction of the First and Second Temples (586 BCE & 70 CE) and other persecutions throughout Jewish History. We will begin the evening with minyan, followed by a study session including the chanting of Eichah (Book of Lamentations) as well as the singing of Kinot (Songs of Mourning). Join us in person or on Zoom.

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TuesdayTue, 13 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Tisha B'Av Morning Service

Tuesday, Aug 13th 8:00a to 9:00aJoin us as we commemorate the destruction of the First and Second Temples (586 BCE & 70 CE) and other persecutions throughout Jewish History. We will start with minyan and then Tisha B'Av service.

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FridayFri, 16 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 16th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 23 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 23rd 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 30 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 30th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 6 SepSeptember, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Sep 6th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 26 JulJuly, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Jul 26th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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, 27 JulJuly, 2024

 
 
Meditation Service

Shabbat, Jul 27th 9:00a to 9:25aThe Talmud teaches that our sages would meditate one hour before starting to pray. In that spirit, join Rabbi Sacks in the Chapel for a few minutes of intention-setting and stillness before services begin.

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FridayFri, 2 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 2nd 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 9 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 9th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 16 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 16th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 23 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 23rd 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 30 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Aug 30th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 6 SepSeptember, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Sep 6th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 13 SepSeptember, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Sep 13th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 20 SepSeptember, 2024

 
 
Parashat HaShavua

Friday, Sep 20th 12:45p to 1:30pJoin 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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FridayFri, 31 JanJanuary, 2025

 
 
Youth Shabbat

Friday, Jan 31st 6:30p to 7:30pThis weekend the youth is in charge! Tweens and teens are taking over the bimah and leading services for all of Shabbat!

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SaturdaySat, 1 FebFebruary, 2025

 
 
Youth Shabbat

Shabbat, Feb 1st 9:30a to 12:00pThis weekend the youth is in charge! Tweens and teens are taking over the bimah and leading services for all of Shabbat!

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MondayMon, 12 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Tisha B'Av Evening Service

Monday, Aug 12th 7:30p to 9:00pJoin us as we commemorate the destruction of the First and Second Temples (586 BCE & 70 CE) and other persecutions throughout Jewish History. We will begin the evening with minyan, followed by a study session including the chanting of Eichah (Book of Lamentations) as well as the singing of Kinot (Songs of Mourning). Join us in person or on Zoom.

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TuesdayTue, 13 AugAugust, 2024

 
 
Tisha B'Av Morning Service

Tuesday, Aug 13th 8:00a to 9:00aJoin us as we commemorate the destruction of the First and Second Temples (586 BCE & 70 CE) and other persecutions throughout Jewish History. We will start with minyan and then Tisha B'Av service.

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ThursdayThu, 12 SepSeptember, 2024

 
 
An Evening with Rabbi Shai Held

Thursday, Sep 12th 6:45p to 10:00pAuthor Shai Held will be at Bet Torah for an evening.

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ThursdayThu, 26 SepSeptember, 2024

 
 
Alan Morinis: Being Ethical in an Unethical World

Thursday, Sep 26th 7:45p to 10:00pDr. Alan Morinis, Founder of The Mussar Institute, is a leading figure in the contemporary revival of the Mussar movement, a 1,100-year-old authentic Jewish personal and communal spiritual tradition that was nearly lost following the Holocaust.

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ThursdayThu, 24 OctOctober, 2024

 
 
Simchat Torah Dinner and Dancing with the Torah

Thursday, Oct 24th 6:00p to 8:00pSimchat Torah pasta dinner, followed by evening Simchat Torah service with Hakafot (dancing with the Torah) featuring 8th grade Torah readers. More info and the link to sign up to read Torah coming soon.

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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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