Sunday, January 27 at 4 pm Beth Jacob Congregation will host a screening of the new film Who Will Write Our History on Sunday, January 27. Beth Jacob joins as part of an International Holocaust Remembrance Day Global Screening Event. There is no charge for this screening; reserve tickets at Beth-Jacob.org/film. About the film: In November 1940, days […]
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Newsletter: December 26, 2019
For those who would like to read or revisit Rabbi Tamar Grimm’s Divrei Torah: Rosh Hashanah Day 1 Kol Nidre Yom Kippur Yizkor
Saturday, September 1, 9 pm The High Holy Day season kicks off with Selichot services, preceded this year by the film “The Penalty,” and a discussion of the death penalty in America. “The Penalty” is a feature film that goes behind the scenes of some of the biggest headlines in the history of America’s death […]
Saturday, June 30 Please join us at Beth Jacob for a very special Shabbat honoring Rabbi Allen! On June 30th, come for services and a beautiful kiddush lunch as we honor and celebrate Rabbi Morris Allen for 32 years of amazing leadership! This is Rabbi Allen’s last Shabbat on the bimah before he begins his sabbatical […]
After Kiddush; Saturday, June 23 Join us for a Post-Kiddush Learning session to learn about innovative models of care, as well as challenges faced when aging in Israel’s multi-faith and multicultural society. Rabbis Lynn Liberman, Cathy Nemiroff and Sharon Stiefel will share insights from their recent study tour in Israel. The tour included dialogue with policy makers, […]
For information and updates on the Beth Jacob Rabbinic Transition process, including the Search Committee makeup, Survey and Conversation reports, and a Timeline, go to the “Rabbi Transition” tab on the top of the page, or click here.
Check out our archive of Divrei Torah. These are available for those who missed them the first time, or who want to revisit them. Click here to read them!
Many congregants have medical equipment in their homes that they needed temporarily, but no longer need. Many items are only gathering cobwebs (crutches, shower chairs, wheel chairs or “travel” chairs, etc.). Most of us would love for them to be used and are willing to lend them out. Beth Jacob has set up a way […]
Beth Jacob Congregation teens went to DC along with other Twin City Jewish Teens for the “March for our Lives”, and we printed these shirts and sweatshirts! Proceeds help to support the cause (eliminating gun violence). Shirts are $10 each; sweatshirts $25. Want one? Click here!