Featured Events & Activities
Shabbat Youth Services
- Minyan Katan: 9 am at Beth-Jacob.org/MK for families with children ages 0 – 5
- Youth Tefilah: 11 am at Beth-Jacob.org/YT for kids in elementary school through 6th grade
Shabbat Morning Classes
- 5th-6th grade: 10:15 am with Steve Greenberg at Beth-Jacob.org/56.
Torah trope sheet at Beth-Jacob.org/Trope.
- 7th-8th grade: 11 am with Barry Golob at Beth-Jacob.org/78.
Iyunim Family Tashlich: Sunday, September 20, 3 – 3:30 pm (2nd day of Rosh Hashanah)
At Rogers Lake Park – 1000 Wagon Wheel Trail in Mendota Heights
Join our Iyunim teachers Dan Estey and Margalit Rosenschein, and Rabbi Tamar, for a socially distanced tashlich on the 2nd day of Rosh! Geared towards families with kids in PK-4th grade. We will meet at 3 pm on the side of the park closest to the dock. BYOB (bread, that is). BYOM – please bring and wear your mask.
Registration is required and space is limited to 25 people.
We are happy to loan out Mahzorim for the High Holy Days. You will be notified of your pick-up day and time, and we will have them ready for you. Please plan to return your copies by October 15.
Copies are also available to purchase for $36.
To reserve or purchase, go to Beth-Jacob.org/Mahzor.
We put together “Kiddush Kits” to help it feel a little more like Shabbat. The kits can be used on their own, or in conjunction with our online kiddush! If you can’t pick one up but would like one, let us know on the sign-up form.
If you would like to sponsor a future week’s kiddush kits, the cost is $400; go to Beth-Jacob.org/donate and choose “I would like to sponsor a kiddush” under “Choose a Fund”.
If you would like a kit, you must sign up at Beth-Jacob.org/KiddushKit by WEDNESDAY of that week; Kits can be picked up on Friday at Beth Jacob between 2-4 pm.