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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.
—>Friday, October 12, 2018:
Light Candles at 6:38 pm
—>Saturday, October 13, 2018:
Shabbat ends at 7:29 pm.
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MAZAL TOV TO:
Florencia and Andres Biman on the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Santiago, at our Mincha/Havdallah Service this Shabbat.
Adriana Feder and Eduardo Perl, on the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ian, last week.
Prosper Azerraf, on the Bar MItzvah of his son, Jonathan last week.
Bernard, Kristy and Adam Singer, on the passing of their beloved, mother and grandmother, Rosalind (Roz) z”l, last week. May her memory be for blessing and may the family be comforted among the other mourners in Zion and Jerusalem.
The Bergman Family, on the passing of their mother, grandmother, great grandmother and sister, Joan Bergman z”l, last week. Joan was the former Early Childhood Director of Beth Torah, Adath Yeshurun and B’nai Raphael. May here memory be for a blessing and may her family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
Please join us any Friday you can in the Mitzvah of Bikur Jolim