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Beth Israel News & Events

RECENT NEWS & Upcoming Events

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Erev Pesach

Friday, April 3, 1st seder at night  
Morning Minyan & Siyyum Bechorim 7:00 am
Burning of Hametz 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Erev Pesach Mincha/Maariv 6:00 pm
Candlelighting 7:14 pm

Pesach 1st Day

Saturday, April 4, 2nd seder at night 
Pesach Morning Service 9:15 am
Pesach Mincha/Maariv 6:00 pm 

Pesach 2nd Day

Sunday, April 5
Pesach Morning Service 9:15 am
Pesach Mincha/Maariv 5:40 pm

Pesach 3rd Day

Monday, April 6 
7:00 am & 5:40 pm minyan

Pesach 4th Day

Tuesday, April 7 
7:00 am & 5:40 pm minyan

Pesach 5th Day

Wednesday, April 8
7:00 am & 5:40 pm minyan

Pesach 6th Day

Thursday, April 9
The Concluding Days
Erev 7th Day Service 6:00 pm

Pesach 7th Day

Friday, April 10 
The Concluding Days
Pesach Morning Service 9:15 am 
Pesach Mincha/Maariv 6:00 pm 

Pesach 8th Day

Saturday, April 11
The Concluding Days
Pesach Morning Service 9:15 am
(Dalet, Hay & Vav classes lead us in Hallel)
Yizkor recited (approx.) 11:00 am
Pesach Mincha/Maariv 7:35 pm
Pesach ends 8:10 pm 

Dessert Reception Honoring Rachel V. Glaser

Rachel V. Glaser

Sunday, April 26, 7:00 pm 
Beth Israel Congregation honors Rachel V. Glaser as she retires and becomes Director of Education Emeritus. 
Program, Entertainment & Dairy Dessert Reception 
Bring the family!
Sponsorships welcomed.
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Tasting Family Histories

Joanne Caras

Sunday, May 3, 10:00 am

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Recent News

IsraelWe've all heard the news about the Israeli election. Now U.S. Jewry can weigh in by helping to increase the voice of Conservative / Masorti Judaism in the World Zionist Congress. Especially as the next Israeli government appears to be moving away from religious pluralism, our voice in the WZO becomes even more important.
It is vital and urgent that we make our voice heard. This is our Israel, our Judaism, our future that we are talking about.  Every vote cast will make a difference. We need you to vote MERCAZ, Slate #2 in the elections to the World Zionist Congress, and we need you to urge your friends and colleagues to do the same.Click here: http://votemercaz.org