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Welcome to Congregation Beth El

Congregation Beth El is a Conservative synagogue whose mission is to create a home for every soul by offering a variety of Jewish experiences to nourish the mind, heart, and spirit, while being a caring Jewish community.

Shabbat & Daily Prayer

Friday, February 28
Shabbat Evening - 6:15 p.m.
Shir HaMaalot - An Upbeat and Uplifting Musical Shabbat Service
 

Join us to raise your spirit and sing along as we celebrate Shabbat.

Saturday, February 29
Torah Study - 9:00 a.m. - Terumah
Shabbat Morning  - 9:30 a.m.
B'nei Mitzvah: Benjamin & Jacob Khamishon
 

Simhat Torah

Daily Minyan 
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday - 7:30 a.m.
Monday, Thursday - 7:20 a.m.
Sunday - 9:00 a.m.
Rosh Hodesh, Hol HaMoed, Hanukkah, Purim - 7:20 a.m.
 

 

 

Spotlight

 

An innovative prayer service combining traditional and contemporary prayers for celebrating Shabbat with inspiring music, personal reflection, and joyous participation.

Interfaith Shabbat Dinner

February 28

6:15 pm | Kabbalat Shabbat
7:00 pm | Dinner & Discussion

Register for Shabbat Dinner Here

On this Shabbat evening, we welcome a few friends from the Congregational Church of La Jolla and from St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Del Mar. Our goal is to begin the slow work of creating an inter-faith learning opportunity for our congregations. Our guests will join us for our Erev Shabbat service and dinner. We look forward to welcoming them, getting to know them, and exploring how and what we may learn with and about one another.

On this Shabbat evening, we welcome a few friends from the Congregational Church of La Jolla and their Senior Pastor Timothy Seery and the Rev. Paige Blair-Hubert from St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Del Mar. Our goal is to begin the slow work of creating an inter-faith learning opportunity for our congregations. Reverend Reinhard Krause, the Executive Director, Academy for Judaic, Christian, and Islamic Studies at UCLA, will travel to San Diego to help us understand the purpose and opportunity of developing meaningful interfaith relations. Our guests will join us for our Erev Shabbat service and dinner. We look forward to welcoming them, getting to know them, and exploring how and what we may learn with and about one another.

We are collaborating with Western Service Workers Association to collect and distribute food to needy families in San Diego. Your donations help add warmth and joy to the holiday season. 

BEIT learning experiences take place during two time slots. At 6:30 pm choose one from a number of experiences. At 7:45 pm attend the weekly BEIT feature: Rabbi Shulman’s class, a guest lecture or presentation, or a special program.

If you wish to list your family’s memorial names for the first time, submit the recorded names of your loved ones included last year, or would like to make changes or additions to your family’s list of names, please use the link above or call the synagogue office at 858-452-1734 by August 15, 2019Book of Remembrance Form 2019/5780

Do you enjoy the outdoors? Meet up at Lake Hodges Run Trailhead for a fun hike for all ages and skill levels. Those who enjoy a leisurely walk can stroll through the meadows while the more ambitious can hike to the summit of Bernardo Mountain, a minor peak with expansive views. 

Enjoy a delicious Israeli dinner, Israeli folk dancing, and personal stories from our Young Israeli Ambassador, Michal Sharon.

6:15pm | Lively Shabbat service with Israeli songs and spirit
7:15pm | Dinner and program
Adults $18 | $10 children 5-12 | under 5 free 
Register by May 6 to ensure your spot 

Jewish Humor Night
It’s time for some Purim fun as we tell our favorite jokes, funny stories and share a drink and nosh. 

 

American Jewish Identity
Guest Speaker: Rabbi Ed Feinstein
Senior Rabbi, Valley Beth Shalom, Encino, CA
What is the condition of and opportunity for American Jews today? Rabbi Ed Feinstein is an engaging thinker and teacher, well known for asking, and guiding us toward answering, questions about Jewish identity, meaning, and modern society.

Yom Kippur will be observed on Wednesday September 19, 2018.

 

 

 

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