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    Join us July 17th for the annual Schloss Summer Lecture

    Israel’s Channel 10, Gil Tamary speaking on the topic: A New Israeli Knesset: What Does it Mean for Israel? What does it mean for us?
  • Make your reservation!

    It is not too early to start planning your Labor Day weekend trip to Wildacres for Temple Beth El’s Annual Retreat! All ages!
  • Congratulations Robyn Farber Leadership Development Graduates!

  • Join us for our Summer Service with Kiddush Wine Bar & Casual Zone this Friday!

    Shabbat Your Way. Check out the summer schedule.
  • Meet our Clergy!

    Our clergy care.....
    Rabbi Judy Schindler, Rabbi Jonathan Freirich, Cantor Andrew Bernard, Cantor Mary R. Thomas
Services

Friday, July 3rd

9:00 am-4:00 pm Temple Offices Closed
5:15 pm Preneg
6:00 pm Summer Service with Kiddush Wine Bar & Casual Zone

Saturday, July 4th

9:30 am Torah Study
11:00 am Shabbat Morning Worship/ B'not Mitzvah of Andie and Hallie Sly
10 Minute Torah

Why is the Mi Shebeirach So Meaningful?

The Mi Shebeirach, a Jewish prayer for healing, has been set to music by several contemporary Jewi

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Modern Jewish Family! by Susan Jacobs, Director of Education

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