Past Events – 5775

Dear friends:

You have already received the information for the Greeting Book and the Book of Remembrance. Please be sure to return to the office the filled forms with the payment before the end of July.

Let us now direct our attention to seating for the High Holidays. Your family membership entitles you to two (2) seats. An extra seat is $125. A single membership provides one seat. An extra pew seat is $125. Seats in the non-pew area are $100 each. Non-members may reserve a pew seat at $150.00 each.

All financial obligations MUST be fully paid before tickets will be sent to you.

Have a wonderful summer!!!

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Please join us

on Saturday July 25th at 9:30 PM

for our Tisha B’Av service.

 

We will mark the mournful remembrance of the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem among other tragedies in our history with the traditional candlelight chanting and recitation of Megillat Eicha, the Scroll of Lamentations

 

Old Kotel

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Temple Beth El of Manhattan Beach

Lecture Series 4

Professor Richard Tomback

of Kingsborough Community College, CUNY

will be our guest speaker on

Friday, June 19th 2015

Subject: “What was the intellectual climate that resulted in the rise of Adolph Hitler?”

Service will begin at 7:30PM.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
An Oneg will follow.

 

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Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
invites you to join us at our
Celebration of Spring Luncheon

at the Spoons Café

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2923 Avenue J

(off Nostrand Avenue)
Brooklyn, New York 11210

Thursday, June 25, 2015 at Noon

Enjoy… Entertainment Good Friends! Good food! Good time for all!

Please make your contribution of $50.00 PER PERSON
payable to Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
Checks must be received no later than June 18, 2015

 

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Sisterhood / Evening Circle Presents:

Tuesday June 9th, 2015 7:30 pm

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zorroor… “The curse of Capistrano”

Presented by – Rabbi Claudio Kupchik

 

Spend an informative evening at Temple Beth El

ALL ARE WELCOME!

For more information please contact our office at (718) 891-3500 or our Rabbi at

 

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Come and celebrate Shavuot!

The holiday commemorates the giving of the Torah at

Mt. Sinai. It also celebrates the harvest, marking

the end of the counting of the Omer.

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Services will be held

on Sunday, May

24th at 9:30 AM and

on Monday, May 25th

at 9:30AM

(second day service followed by Yizkor)

 

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The 2015 Annual Congregational Meeting and Supper will take place on Monday, June 1st at 7:00pm.

A slate of officers and trustees will be elected and installed. Nominations from the floor are also welcomed. Annual committee reports will be made. Recommendations and suggestions from the floor will be heard.

Paid-up membership for 2015-2016 is required for admission.

Please let the office know A.S.A.P. if you are attending so they can order the food.

We hope you will join us!

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Adult Learning @ Temple Beth El

 

on Wednesday, April 22nd at 8:00 pm

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Yom Haatzmaoot Celebration

come and Rejoice On Israel’s Independence day

And Every Wednesday at 7:00 PM

Hebrew Class Beginners/Intermediate Level

Starting on April 22nd: conversational Hebrew!

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Adult Learning @ Temple Beth El

on Wednesday, April 15th at 8:00 pm

Yom Hashoah Commemoration

Memorial ceremony and Movie screening

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Friday Night Lecture Series #3

md worriedFriday April 10th at 7:30 PM

Dr. David Marcus M.D.

 

Medic in the Israeli Defense Forces, received his B.A from Ben Gurion University, his M.D from Suny Downstate Medical Center and a combined Montefiore Medicare Center/Cardoza Law School certified in Bioethics. He currently teaches professionalism and medical ethics at Hofstra North Shore L.I.J School of Medicine.

“What makes a doctor schvitz”

As usual, service and lecture are followed by special kiddush

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Please join us for our end of  PASSOVER SERVICES

 

on Friday April 10th at 9:30 AM and 7:30 PM

and on Saturday April 11th at 9:30 AM (with Yizkor service)

Have a joyous and sweet Pesach!

 

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Please join us at our Passover Seder

SederConducted by Rabbi Claudio J. Kupchik

With singing and explanations for adults and children!

Friday, April 3rd at 7:00pm

Reservations and checks made payable to Temple Beth El MUST be received before Monday, March 30th!

Contribution for Adults – $45.00
Contribution for Children – $30.00

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 TEMPLE BETH EL WANTS YOU!!

Every synagogue needs good leaders and that’s where you come in.

We need people with energy, insight and ideas to lead us forward. Many people want to help but don’t know how. Many people have great suggestions but don’t know how to get them implemented. Many people just complain and don’t do a thing about it…but not you! Please attend an exciting and entertaining presentation by our own HOWARD WEBER (a former shul president!) who will conduct a

LEADERSHIP TRAINING SEMINAR
TUESDAY, March 31, 2015, 7:30pm

 

At Temple Beth El of Manhattan Beach, 111 West End Ave., Brooklyn.

All Are Welcome—See You There!!

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Temple Beth El of Manhattan Beach

Lecture Series 2

Dr. Amy and Rebecca Ditchek

will report on their recent trip to Germany and Poland

Zachor
“March of Hope and Remembrance”

Service will begin at 7:30PM.
All are WELCOME!
As always, a special Oneg will follow.

 

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Purim at Temple Beth El

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Chanukah at Temple Beth El

20th of December at 5:30 P.M.

Celebrate the Festival of Lights

Candy “gelt” and latkes to eat. Dreidels to spin and songs to sing.

Fun for ALL.  SURPRISES, too!

ALL ARE WELCOME!

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Lecture Series I

Professor Richard Tombak

of Kingsborough Community College, CUNY
will be our guest speaker on

Friday, November 21, 2014

Subject: “Why Are We Hated?”

Service will begin at 7:30PM.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
As always, a special Oneg will follow.

 

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5775       High Holy Days      2014

Schedule of Services

Selichot

Saturday evening, September 20th 10:00pm

Rosh Hashanah

Wednesday evening, September 24th 6:30pm
Thursday morning, September 25th 9:30am
Thursday afternoon, September 25th Tashlikh 6:00pm
Thursday evening, September 25th 7:00pm
Friday morning, September 26th 9:30am

Yom Kippur

Friday evening, October 3th Kol Nidre 6:00pm
Saturday morning, October 4th Yom Kippur 9:30am
(Yizkor)
Saturday, evening, October 4th Mincha-Neilah 4:30pm
Children are invited to line-up for Hadvalah Procession at 6:45pm

 

The High Holy Days Services will be held in the Main Sanctuary, except for Tashlich, which will be held near the Holocaust Memorial in Sheepshead Bay

Please contact the office to get your tickets as soon as possible!

 

 

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