Entries by Barry

Project Home Starts in January; Sign Up Now  

Beth Jacob has already contributed clothing and household items to Interfaith Action’s Project Home (read their thank-you letter here), and, in January, we take the next step: hosting people overnight at shul for one month! Volunteers are needed for 2 shifts each night; a separate detailed email was sent about this. Read the full email here, […]

On One Foot: An Introduction to Judaism

With Rabbi Tamar Magill-Grimm 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 6:30-8 pm Judaism is not just a religion or a culture or people, or even a way of living in the world – it is a world unto itself, encompassing ancient and newer rituals, complex ideas, and thousands of years of history. If you’ve been curious about […]

Shabbat Enrichment

Please join our Shabbat learning community! Don’t forget to register your children for activities and education at Beth Jacob: Iyunim for 4th grade and under Kehillat Shabbat for 4th grade and older Madrichim for 9-12 grades Your children are the priority in youth learning at Beth Jacob. We foster their Jewish identity and strengthen their […]

Spring Kallah Info

1) I (Barry) will be going. If you need to contact me in case of emergency, my cell number has been sent by e-mail to SK attendees. 2) Packing: The region’s list is available here: beth-jacob.org/skpacking. Don’t forget tallis & tefillin, water bottles and fluorescent clothes! Weather: 3) Bus info: Thursday, April 4th be at Beth […]

Rabbinic Transition Process

For information and updates on the Beth Jacob Rabbinic Transition process, including Search Committee updates, Survey and Conversation reports, and a Timeline, go to the “Rabbi Transition” tab on the top of the page, or click here.