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RECENT NEWS & Upcoming Events

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Minyan Tefillah v’Kehillah: Prayer and Community

Torah
Shabbat morning, January 3, 10:15 am - 11:30 am 
This pilot program, being expanded across the country, is dedicated to creating community, expressing gratitude to G-d through meaningful and thoughtfully paced prayer, asking questions, and exploring the weekly Torah portion. This come-as-you-are service includes discussion, song, and participation in a comfortable and supportive environment. Led by Rabbi Rachel Blatt and Michael Freilich.
In conjunction with the Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs.
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Beth Israel at the Movies - Leon the Pig Farmer

Leon the Pig Farmer

Saturday, January 3, 2015, 7:30 pm

An irreverent comedy is set in motion when a sensitive Jewish man from London, accidentally learns that he is the product of artificial insemination. This movie is being shown in conjunction with The National Center for Jewish Film,  www.jewishfilm.org. Photo Courtesy of The National Center for Jewish Film. Cost: $5. Snacks available for purchase.
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Preschool Pajama Havdallah

Disney Pajama Havdallah

January 10, 6:00 pm
The happiest place on earth...Beth Israel! Bring your family to Beth Israel Preschool's "A Very Disney Havdallah". Please come in pajamas for this original production starring Preschool Teachers, Rabbi Rachel and Cantor Eisenberg.  Play to be followed by milk and cookies. RSVP by January 5 to  Rachael Schwartz, 410-654-0803 or rschwartz@bethisrael-om.org.

 

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Beth Israel at the Movies - Focus

Focus

Saturday, January 10, 7:30 pm

In the waning months of World War II, a man and his wife are mistakenly identified as Jews by their anti-Semitic Brooklyn neighbors. Suddenly the victims of religious and racial persecution, they find themselves aligned with a local Jewish immigrant in a struggle for dignity and survival. Cost: $5. Snacks available for purchase.

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ReJewvenate Shabbat

ReJewvenate

Shabbat morning, January 24, 9:30 am 

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Recent News

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