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Women's Connection Shabbat

Saturday, January 15, 2022 13 Shevat 5782

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Women’s Connection has a time-honored tradition of honoring our vibrant community of dedicated women. At this year’s Women’s Connection Shabbat we will observe and celebrate Shabbat together—in person and online.
It is for EVERYONE as we honor our women on the front lines everyday. Please join us!
 
 
Shabbat Morning Service and Kiddush
Saturday, January 15 | 9:30am
Join us in person in the Sanctuary
or via Beth El’s Livestream or Facebook Live
 
This weekly Beth El Shabbat Morning Service will include special readings as women daven, lead, share personal prayers, and participate throughout the morning. Following the Service, we will have a light Kiddush on the Plaza to honor Shabbat and the start of Tu B’Shevat the next night.
 
Torah Study
Saturday, January 15 | 4:00-5:00pm
Join us on Zoom, https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83921520144
 
We will observe the tradition of ending Shabbat with Torah study online for the next week’s Parashah.
 
Havdalah
Saturday, January 15 | 5:00-6:00pm
 
We end the day with a warm session of songs, blessings, and sharing—for everyone including our families. Bring your Havdalah candle, wine, spices, and thoughts of gratitude and hopes for the new week. Stay online after the Torah Study or sign on at 5:00pm.
 
Donations
 
Women’s Connection has a tradition of supporting Education, Youth, and Women’s programs. We have also made grants toward the LiveStream system and other needs at Beth El. This year, we are designating funds for tutoring and education to support our families and students and for recycling and other programs to save our planet.
 
To support this effort, please consider making a tax-deductible donation HERE.
All donations will be recognized in printed and/or online communications.
THANK YOU!
 
For more information on Women’s Connection Shabbat, please contact Karen Bohrer We look forward to your celebrating with us!
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Thu, January 20 2022 18 Shevat 5782