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At Beth-El Congregation, we strive to meet the spiritual, educational, social, and religious needs of our members through the teachings and practice of Reform Judaism. Our community supports the life events of our congregants and demonstrates diverse ways of caring and sharing. We invite you to come to our Temple and join us for worship, study, tikkun olam (repair of the world) and friendship.
Join us this Friday at 7:30pm for Shabbat Service
The Beth-El Choir will lead the music.
This unique event is an interactive dessert experience, where you will be able to decorate, sample, explore, taste, and devour a myriad of desserts. It will feature chef demonstrations, entertainment and even a Beth-El Sweet Beginnings cookbook with recipes collected from our congregants, family and friends! This fundraiser celebrates our new, sweet beginnings at Beth-El by welcoming Rabbi Brian and Mimi Zimmerman, the event’s honorary chairs.
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A special treat for all Daytimers as Kathleen Culebro, the Founder and Artistic Director of Amphibian Stage Productions shares the story of how three TCU alums created this thriving theatre company 18 years ago. They had no money, no experience and a lot of big dreams. Kathleen will talk about where Amphibian has been, where it is now, and what their plans are for the future
Lunch, which will be catered by Rich Hollander, a bowl of his special hot soup, accompanied by one of his favorites – grilled cheese sandwich. Plus chips, cookies, coffee and iced tea. As always your voluntary contributions to support Daytimers are always appreciated. To purchase tickets, please click here
Call Larry Steckler (817-927-2736 or 520-990-3155) to make reservations. You may also call Beth-El Congregation at 817-332-7141. The Sylvia Wolens Daytimers is a program of Beth-El Congregation, with support from the Jewish Federation.
BETH-EL CONGREGATION LIFE & LEGACY PROGRAM
Beth-El Congregation’s Life & Legacy Program is a platform to steward donors and promote after-lifetime giving to benefit Beth-El Congregation or other Jewish entities in the local community. Beth-El Congregation has, to this point in time, recognized individuals and families who have included the congregation in their estate planning as Pillars of Beth-El. Through their generosity, they have planted seeds for those who will come after them, helping ensure that the congregation will remain a strong home of worship, education, and service. Life & Legacy continues and builds on the Pillars of Beth-El. A legacy gift will not only continue your financial support of the congregation, it will signify to your loved ones and the entire community the importance of the passage of values from one generation to the next.
To continue reading about the Beth-El Life and Legacy Program, please click here
The installation weekend featured a special service, morning worship options, study sessions and more! Please click here for the flyer and additional information about this exciting weekend.
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The MRJ is offering one (1) scholarship to the children of Beth-El Congregation who will be incoming freshmen to a 2-year or 4-year college starting in the fall semester. The recipient will receive a one-time disbursement upon scholarship award to apply to their college expenses. The scholarship is presented during the annual Mickey Goldman Spaghetti Supper, which is typically in February.
To fill out this application and find more information on the scholarship, please visit the MRJ page here.
To read about thisexhibit, please see the November bulletin
Our new College Outreach Program allows parents and students to Stay Conncted while studying at their Colleges and Universities. Click here to fill out the enrollment form or stop by the Temple today!
For more information, please contact Rabbi Zimmerman at firstname.lastname@example.org