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We are a warm and welcoming congregation where hearts and souls are nourished,
friendships are grown, minds are expanded and Jewish life is celebrated!

We come together for a mix of traditional and innovative worship, religious education and social activities.

Come share Shabbat with us or partake of any of our wonderful classes and programs.

We'd love to meet you!

Paint Night at TBE

You don’t need to be an artist to create your very own masterpiece. Haidee Slack will guide participants through the step-by-step process of creating your own painting.

You do not need to bring any painting supplies. Save money by reserving your spot early. Space is limited!

Painting 1
Sunday, December 3rd 1:30- 4:30 p.m.
at TBE

Pay by November 17: Adults $40, Children $25
Pay after November 17: Adults $45, Children $30

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Painting 2
Photo of Carlos Cortés

CARLOS CORTÉS PRESENTS:

“A Conversation with Alana”

Thursday, January 11, 7 PM
at Temple Beth El

"A Conversation with Alana" is a one-hour, one-person autobiographical play written and performed by Carlos E. Cortés, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of California, Riverside. In his play, Cortés presents his story of growing up as a young man of mixed ancestry in racially segregated, religiously divided early post-World War II Kansas City, Missouri. The son of a Mexican Catholic immigrant father and an American-born Jewish mother, whose parents came from Austria and Ukraine, Cortés had to learn to navigate Kansas City's rigid racial, ethnic, and religious fault lines, while simultaneously dealing with the internal conflicts of his own divided family.

 

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Introduction to Judaism

Sundays, 2-4 PM
January 14-June 3, 2018
at Temple Beth El

Learn about the basics of Judaism: holidays, life cycle, prayer, God in 16 sessions. This is a course for anyone in learning more about Judaism or anyone interested in conversion. Taught by Rabbi Suzanne Singer

 

Registration: RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Cost: $150 for non-Temple members

Please click here for the full flyer

 

SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE
RABBI HARRY MANHOFF

January 18 - 20, 2017

Rabbi Harry A. Manhoff was ordained at the Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion in 1979. He has a BA from Yale, an MAHL from HUC and earned a PhD in New Testament and Christian Origins from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Manhoff sees the New Testament as a Jewish book written for Israel, by teachers of Israel, about a Messiah of the people of Israel. He has co-authored a book, A Place In the Tent: Intermarriage and Conservative Judaism regarding intermarriage and acceptance.

Rabbi Harry A. Manhoff will present seminars on:

  • The Jewish Roots of Christianity — Thursday, January 18, 7 PM
  • Words of Torah during Shabbat Service — Friday, January 19, 7:30 PM
  • Jews and Comic Books — Saturday, January 20, 5 PM

 

Photo of Rabbi Zev-Hayyim Feyer

KABBALAH

Taught by Rabbi Zev-Hayyim Feyer

3 Classes on Sundays, 2 - 4 pm
February 4, 11, 18

These classes will focus on The Zohar is the central document of the Jewish mystical tradition. It is traditionally ascribed to Rabbi Simeon bar Yohai, a sage of the second century CE, but it was not revealed in writing until the Spanish Rabbi Moshe de Leon transcribed it in the thirteenth century. In this series, we will review the significance of the Zohar, both traditionally and for modern Judaism, and we will examine selected passages from the Zohar, especially those Zoharic passages that have found their way into the Siddur (prayer book).

 

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Open Sundays 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM when Religious School is in session

Or by Appointment — Call Diane at the office

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Click here for more information. 

RabbiSingerTorahThumb120Click here to read articles and sermons by and about Rabbi Singer.

 

Rabbi Singer is one of the authors featured in Lights in the Forest: Rabbis Respond to Twelve Jewish Questions. Available at CCAR Press.

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TBE Upcoming Events

22Nov
23Nov
11.23.2017
Office Closed
24Nov
11.24.2017
Office Closed
24Nov
11.24.2017 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Shabbat Service
26Nov
11.26.2017
No Religious School
27Nov
11.27.2017
Office Closed
28Nov
11.28.2017 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
General Board Meeting
1Dec
12.01.2017 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Family Service
2Dec
12.02.2017 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Torah Study (10:00am) & Shabbat Service (11:00am)
3Dec
12.03.2017 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Religious School

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