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September 12, 2017
Thursday, October 12 | 8:30am
Followed by breakfast
Join us for a service of music and meditation as we remember those dear to us.
All are invited to stay for breakfast and conversation after the service.
Celebrate Torah and Rejoice!
Wednesday, October 11
7:00pm - Simchat Torah Pre-Neg
7:30pm - Simchat Torah Service and Celebration
The evening is appropriate for all ages – there will be food, singing, study and discussion, art activities – and joyous prayer as we celebrate...
Sunday, October 8 | 9:45am – Noon
(come at 9:00am for coffee)
Breaking the Chains of Religious Tradition by Stopping Underage Marriage
Fraidy Reiss knows, from personal experience, most women and girls who want to flee or resist arranged marriages are limited by finances...
End Shabbat in Our Sukkah
Saturday, October 7
5:30pm - Dinner ($5 per person)
6:00pm - Havdalah (service to end Shabbat) followed by a family movie.
Bring chairs and the whole family for an evening everyone will enjoy as we end Shabbat with a picnic dinner (provided) and...
Wednesday, October 4
6:00pm - Dinner and Activities
Join us for a Sukkot picnic and conversation and a Sukkot service in our Sukkah.
The evening will end by 8:00pm.
Tuesday, October 3 | 10:00am – 11:00am
A current events discussion from a Jewish perspective –
over coffee and cake!
Please email Beth Englezos or call 609-987-8100 ext 126
to indicate your attendance plans.
Thursday, September 28 | 12:30-1:30pm
Counting Our Days – Making Our Days Count
As we gather between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Anne Berman-Waldorf will lead us in conversation about what makes a life well lived. Loosely based around the text from Psalms, “Teach us t...
Sunday, September 17 | 9:15am
Men’s Club proudly kicks-off the season with Rabbi Joel Soffin, founder of Jewish Helping Hands (JHH) and a life-long social activist, addressing the needs of the poor and the vulnerable in many places around the world. JHH works with vulne...
September 1, 2017
The Board and Trustees of Congregation Beth Chaim wish to extend their sincerest condolences to the families of the following individuals upon their passing:
Goldie Cowen, mother of Paula Small
Cantor’s Discretionary Fund
In honor of our granddaughter, Sadie A...
Beth Chaim has installed a hearing loop in our sanctuary and social hall. The induction loop transmits directly to (Telecoil or T-Coil equipped) heari...
Hearing Loop Demonstration
September 24, 2019
Your vote is the only democratic opportunity you have to influence Israeli society as we continue our efforts towards equality, pluralism an...
World Zionist Congress Election
December 5, 2019
Good and Welfare
December 3, 2019
November 4, 2019
Nosh and Knowledge
Chanukah Hot Pads
Gender Identity Guest Speaker
Sisterhood Goes to the Art Museum
December 2019 (2)
November 2019 (10)
October 2019 (14)
September 2019 (5)
August 2019 (1)