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celebrating Shabbat and holidays

online shabbat services

Our online weekly Shabbat Services provide respite for joy and renewal as we strive for routine and meaning during this pandemic. On Shabbat, at home and in virtual community, we celebrate God’s creative and redemptive presence in the world. During each Shabbat service, Rabbi Ron Shulman, Rabbi Avi Libman, and Ba’al Tefillah David Lipsitz guide us in prayer through melody and song, spiritual insights and reflections. Our Shabbat morning services on Zoom Webinar enable synagogue friends to read Torah and receive Torah honors.
Fridays 6:15 p.m.
 
Participate by Livestream on our website, www.cbe.org under Beth El Live – Services, which you will find on the homepage or https://www.cbe.org/beth-el-live-services.html.
Saturdays 9:30 a.m.
 
Participate in our Shabbat Morning Services.
We broadcast on LivestreamFacebook Live, and Zoom Webinar so that more of us may participate in Torah honors each week. If you would like a Torah honor, please email michele@cbe.org.
 
 
When actively viewing online Shabbat services, set up a comfortable place at home so you may participate in a “real” not only virtual experience, seeking for yourself meaning and impact. Try not to let the routines of home interfere with your service attendance.
 

shabbat torah study - october 31, November 7 & 14

Torah Study with Rabbi Ron Shulman
Saturdays, October 31, November 7, & November 14
12:15 p.m. on Zoom, following Shabbat Morning Services
 
Discovering insights for our lives from the tests of Abraham’s life.
 

holiday services

We observe the sacred occasions of the Jewish year each season. Our joyous prayer services and events on Sukkot, Passover, and Shavuot feature the unique ritual symbols and commemorations of each festival. Throughout the year, our celebrations include opportunities for all ages to share in the spirit and meaning of every holiday. Watch for details about upcoming holiday plans.
 

synagogue honors

Celebrating Shabbat each week, and gathering for prayer every day, we enjoy marking special personal and family occasions by sharing them with our Congregation Beth El family. If you would like to receive a synagogue honor during a Shabbat or Daily Minyan service, please contact the Rabbinic Office.
 
Sun, September 20 2020 2 Tishrei 5781