8 DAYS OF TORAH

Beth Jacob’s Rabbis are sharing teachings on each day of Chanukah! You can find them on Facebook (like the BJC FB Page, and join the BJC FB Group to be notified), Twitter, Instagram, or update your email preferences to be added to an email list to receive them in your inbox (make sure to check “Congregation List 1” to continue to receive other BJC email!)

Beth-Jacob.org/Live

Looking for weekday morning minyan?
It’s at Beth-Jacob.org/Minyan

Looking for the YouTube Livestream of Shabbat Services?
It’s at Beth-Jacob.org/YouTube.

To increase clarity and reduce the likelihood of errors in switching where the link Beth-Jacob.org/Live points, we have phased out the use of that link. Starting now, weekday services and the YouTube livestream will have their own dedicated links. The new links are above.

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The link you just clicked is a shortcut (probably to a Zoom meeting or sign-up form); when the time for the meeting arrives, the link you clicked will take you to the Zoom. If you’re looking for a sign-up form, it’s coming soon.

 

BETH JACOB ONLINE SERVICES

For classes and other resources, click here.

WEEKDAY SERVICES
7:15 am M-F; 8:30 Sundays; 7 am Rosh Chodesh
At Beth-Jacob.org/Minyan
Morning Minyan via Zoom. Just click the link above when it’s time for minyan.

You can find the siddur here: Beth-Jacob.org/Siddur.
Shiva Minyan siddur available at Beth-Jacob.org/ShivaSiddur

SHABBAT SERVICES
9 am Saturday
At Beth-Jacob.org/YouTube
Saturday morning we will stream starting at 9, including the Torah & Haftarah readings, and a d’var Torah.
The link to the Zoom meeting will be in the weekly email; the link above will take you to the YouTube Livestream of the Zoom Meeting.

VIRTUAL KIDDUSH
Noon Saturday
At the same link as Zoom Services, Available in the weekly email or Kol Ya’akov.

MINYAN KATAN (Ages 0-5 with Rabbi Tamar)
9 am Saturdays
On Zoom at Beth-Jacob.org/MK

PDF siddur available at Beth-Jacob.org/MKsiddur.

YOUTH TEFILLAH
11 am Saturdays
On Zoom at Beth-Jacob.org/YT (Grades K-6)

Post-Kiddush Learning: Aging in Israel

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, innovators in the field, and experts on alternative models of aging.  They visited sites serving populations including frail elderly, people with dementia, kibbutz residents, Holocaust survivors, and Arab citizens.

Purim 2017 – Mendota Megillah Madness!

Tobin – Goldberg Debate

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Name Artwork

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Help us celebrate 30 years! Support Beth Jacob, and be a permanent part of a piece of art that Congregational Educator D.Marcos Vital is creating to commemorate our 30th Anniversary. Your and/or your immediate families’ name/s will be incorporated into an original piece of art commemorating our 30th Anniversary, to be displayed in the Beth Jacob lobby!

Yehudit Shendar to Speak

Give Art a Chance:
The Triumph of an Art Historian and Art Curator 
Shabbat, April 11
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Yehudit Shendar guides President Obama on a tour of the Museum of Holocaust Art at Yad Vashem.

World renowned art historian and author Yehudit Shendar will give the D’var Torah this week. Shendar, who received her MA in art history and museology from the University of Minnesota, was the Senior art Curator at Yad Vashem Museum of Holocaust History in Jerusalem, and she has been appointed to the International Task Force of experts working on the provenance research of the Cornellius Gurlitt art cache of Nazi looted art found in Munich.