Kosher Cafe West

Did Passover Really Happen? Thursday, March 30 | 12:30pm-1:30pm Join Rabbi Wisnia for a look at the Bible – from the perspective of a rationalist! As Rabbi says,“ we take the Torah seriously, not literally.” Join Rabbi Wisnia for a discussion of what this bit of “Wisnistatilian logic” means for our view of the Passover story. A kosher lunch will be served and registration is required by March 24. Please email RSVP to Beth Englezos or call 609-987-8100, ext. 126. The program is open to all and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person.

Rosh Chodesh

A monthly discussion group for women Monday, March 27 | 7:00pm-8:00pm Join the women of Beth Chaim to welcome Nisan.

Purim Palooza

Sponsored by The Men's Club of Congregation Beth Chaim Sunday, March 12, 2017 Welcome all Beth Chaim students, parents and guests. You are invited for food, games, music, and time-tested fun. Don’t forget to dress up for the fun! Send in the ORDER FORM today to get your tickets! Please make checks payable to BETH CHAIM MEN’S CLUB and return with form by March 5 to Congregation Beth Chaim Men’s Club, 329 Village Road East, Princeton Jct, NJ 08550 Questions? Email: Todd Wachtel

Roddie's Code

Monday, March 6 | 10:00am-11:00am ​​The Nazi soldiers made their orders very clear: only Jewish American prisoners of war were to fall out the next morning and be separated from their fellow brothers in arms being sent to an uncertain fate. But Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds would have none of that. As the highest-ranking non-commissioned officer held in the German POW camp, he ordered more than 1,200 American captives to fall out with him and fearlessly pronounced: “We are all Jews here.” He would not waver, even with a pistol to his head, and his captors eventually backed down. Seventy-one years later, the Knoxville, Tennessee, native was posthumously recognized as Righteous Among the Nati

Good & Welfare

The Board and Trustees of Congregation Beth Chaim wish to extend their sincerest condolences to the families of the following individuals upon their passing: Sheldon Karasik, brother-in-law of Michael Zieky Building Fund In memory of Howard O. Le Shaw, loving father of Suzanne Friedland Suzanne & Alan Friedland Cantor’s Discretionary Fund In honor of Cantor Binder for all the beautiful music he brings to our Friday night Shabbat Services Sheila Stevens Caring Committee Fund Wishing Lisa Garwood well Linda & Bill Feldstein In memory of Jules Durlacher, father of Linda Grunbaum Susan & Ed Bershad Chai Fund In honor of Anne Berman-Waldorf's 18 years at Beth Chaim Barbara Gilbert Harry Druckman

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