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Beth Torah is the spiritual sanctuary where we find a lifelong connection with Conservative Jewish values through prayer, education and Mitzvot. Ours is a welcoming community which includes all Jews, Interfaith families and members from many countries where we explore the joys of faith in G-d and celebrates the cycle of life. Beth Torah links us to a proud and rich Jewish heritage which embraces human rights and ensures our commitment to the continuity of a vibrant Jewish life, The State of Israel and The United States.
Passover is quickly approaching (that’s right, it begins on Friday night!). For those of you just starting to prepare, we are including in this email some important information from the Rabbinical Assembly, that will help you, as you go shopping and begin to get ready.
You will also find a printable version of the schedule of services (see below)for Passover, as well as the forms for Selling your Chametz and Maot Chittim (Deadline is Thursday, April 18, 2019) and the special service for the Fast of the First Born, the Siyyum, will take place on Friday Morning, April 19, at 7:30 am.
On Saturday, April 20th, there will be Mindfulness Shabbat with Cantor Bogomolni and on Saturday, April 27th, just before Pesach ens, there will be Reflections and Havdalah at the special time of 6:30 pm.
We wish everyone a Chag Pesach Kasher v’Sameach!
MAZAL TOV TO:
Our Honorees for The Shabbat Event, Amy Dean and Alan Kluger, Adriana and Edgar Halac and Ronna and Mike Segal. We honor you, as lay leaders of Beth Torah and of the Community.
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