Past Events – 5773

High Holidays 5773/2012

 

Le Shana Tova Tikatevu!

Yamim Noraim 5773 High Holy Days 2012

      Schedule of Services

Selichot

Saturday evening, September 8th 10:00pm

    Rosh Hashanah

Sunday evening, September 16th 6:15pm
Monday morning, September 17th 9:30am
Monday afternoon, September 17th Tashlikh 6:15pm
Monday evening, September 17th 7:00pm
Tuesday morning, September 18th 9:30am

Yom Kippur

Tuesday evening, September 25th Kol Nidre 6:15pm
Wednesday morning, September 26th Yom Kippur 9:30am
(Yizkor)
Wednesday, evening, September 26th Mincha-Neilah 4:30pm

Children are invited to line-up for Hadvalah Procession at 7:00pm

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Sukkot Services  5773 / 2012                  

Hag Sameach!

Monday, October 1st
9:30am    First Day of Sukkot

Tuesday, October 2nd
9:30am    Second Day of Sukkot

Wednesday, October 3rd
Chol HaMo’ed  Sukkot
5:00pm    Hebrew School Sukkah Party

Shabbat, October 5 th and 6 th
Regular Shabbat services

Sunday, October 7th
9:30am    Hoshanah Rabbah Service

Monday, October 8th
9:30am    Shemini Atzeret Service
Yizkor

7:00pm    Erev Simchat Torah
Dancing with the Torah
Refreshments for all

Tuesday, October 9th
9:30am     Simchat Torah Morning Service
– Special Honors

 

We thank Tamar Matza for the Sukkot 5773/2012 pictures

http://www.photographyworkshopsforchildren.com/just-like-this-tree-blog.htm

 

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Avram Pengas

October 20th, 2012 at 8 PM at Temple Beth El of Manhattan Beach

 

Tickets $25 in advance / $30 at the door / children under 13 free with an adult

 

Please see below for more information

Greek born musical arranger, lead guitarist, and bouzouki virtuoso Avram
Pengas is a versatile performer who plays popular Israeli hits, exotic Arabic
melodies, pulsating Persian and Turkish rhythms, Armenian dances and
traditional Yiddish songs. Born in Greece, Pengas is a skilled musical arranger,
guitarist, and self-taught bouzouki virtuoso. He creates music rooted in the
Mediterranean and the Middle East, and draws upon Eastern and Western
musical elements. Pengas has appeared in New York at El Avram, Café Feenjon,
and in 1979, opened his own nightclub, Noga, in the heart of Greenwich Village.
He has performed in the off-Broadway production of Hot Klezmer, and can still
be heard weekly at SoHo’s Cupping Room Café. Pengas’ Noga Group has been a
staple of New York’s downtown music scene for nearly twenty years. . The
resulting vibe is fresh and innovative. Ethnic! Of course. Jazzy? Definitely.
Modern, infectious, and kinetic!

Video of an earlier performance by Avram Pengas from YouTube

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The Friday Night Lecture Series for 2013 will begin at Temple Beth El of Manhattan Beach on Friday, February 22nd   at 7:30 PM

Our guest speaker :

Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz

Subject:

NEW YORK STATE POST “SANDY”

A special Oneg will follow

The event is free and open to all

 

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Purim Celebration @ Temple Beth El of Manhattan Beach

 

Come celebrate Purim and read the Gantze Megillah with us on Saturday February 23 at 7 PM and Sunday February 24 at 9:45 AM

 

Fun for all – masks – graggers – Hamentashen – DON’T MISS IT !!!

 

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Shabbat Across America in Manhattan Beach

 

On Friday March 8th at 7:00 PM

 

Come experience a full Shabbat evening celebration with us!

 

Dinner catered by Adam

 

Suggested Donation: $36 adults/ $18 children under 13

Reservations required by contacting our office in advance

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How many questions do we ask on Passover?

Please join Rabbi Kupchik for a no-holds-barred session of questions and answers on Wednesday, March 20th at 7:15 PM. Free and open to all

 

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CUBA:  News, Views & Jews

 

Temple Members Gail & Howard Weber have just returned from an amazing trip to Cuba as part of a ‘religious mission,’ visiting Cuban synagogues, community centers and cemeteries. Join us for a fascinating presentation to learn about the ‘real’ Cuba of today and how the “Jewbanos” are coping.

 

Friday March 22nd @ 7:30 PM.               Special Kiddush to follow.
Free and open to all.

 

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Passover Seder

 

Everyone please join us for our

Passover Seder

 Tuesday March 26th at 7:00 PM

Conducted by

Rabbi Claudio J. Kupchik

With singing and explanations for adults and children!

Catered by Adam

World Star East

Please make your reservations before March 15th!

 Adults: $48             Children (under 13): $30

Please click here for information about our upcoming Passover Community Seder

 

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Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Remembrance day

Please join us on Sunday 4/7/13 for Minyan at 9:35 AM and then for a memorial observance at 10:30 AM together with our Hebrew School students.

 All are welcome

 

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 OUR REPUBLIC, IF WE CAN KEEP IT …

 

Please join us for a new event in our Friday Night Lecture Series

on Friday April 19th at 7:30 PM.

Professor Martin Edelman will make a presentation on the current state of our country.

Special Kiddush to follow.

Free and open to all.

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Evening Circle – Sisterhood Presents

MARC COURTADE’s presentation: “The Ethnic Musicals”

 

Tuesday, April 30th at 7:30 PM in the members lounge.

 

Marc Courtade is the Producer and Artistic Director of Performance Plus for Long Island University. He is also an adjunct professor in the Arts Management curriculum and frequent lecturer for the Hutton House Lectures specializing in Musicals and Opera courses. An active performer, Marc has appeared in numerous musical productions throughout Long Island.

Cake and coffee will be served.

The event is free and open to all.

This program is made possible through the support of the NEW YORK COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES.

 

 

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Shavuot Services

Wednesday April 15th 

and

Thursday April 16th  (Yizkor)

at 9:30 AM

 

Please join us in celebrating our receiving the most precious gift, the Torah!

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Sisterhood Presents :

 

Harmonize yourself!

 Tai Chi and Acupressure night!

 

on Tuesday, May 21 at 7:30 PM

For one great evening, just let yourself go. Participate in centuries-old movement and breathing exercises, and learn how self-healing through acupressure can strengthen your immune system.

 

Xiao You Qin, your instructor has been practicing Tae Chi, acupressure, and Chinese meditation for decades. She comes from a long line of traditional Chinese doctors and herbalists.

Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes.

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Friday Night Lecture Series IV

Professor Richard Tomback

of Kingsborough Community College will be our guest speaker on Friday, May 31st.

 

Subject: “Perpetrators, Victims and Holocaust Historians”

Service will begin at 7:30PM.  Special Kiddush to follow, catered by Adam.

Free and open to all.  Please come and join us!

 

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Welcome back!

 

 The  Brooklyn chapter of B’nai Brith Youth will participate in our services on Friday, June 7, 2013 at 7:30pm

 

 Join us in welcoming them!

Special catered oneg to follow!

 

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 Sisterhood of TempleBeth El

 invites you to join us at our

Celebration of Spring Luncheon

at the

SPOONS CAFE

2923 Avenue J (off Nostrand Avenue) Brooklyn, NY

 

Thursday, June 27, 2013 at 12:30 PM

Please make your contribution of $50.00 PER PERSON  payable to

Sisterhood of TempleBeth El

Checks must be received no later than June 22, 2013

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Please join us on Monday July 15th at 8

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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