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Storytime with Bubbe and Zayde

Tuesday, November 4 at noon Laikin Auditorium at the JCC What’s more fun for kids and adults alike than books, music and lunch with some of Indy’s favorite rabbis? Bring a bag lunch and join the crowd during the Libby Fogle Senior lunch for a noontime treat, featuring Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso reading from her book The Shema in the Mezuzah and other Indy rabbis entertaining everyone with music. You won’t want to miss this annual event! No charge.  Read More →

Interfaith Thanksgiving Service

Tuesday, November 25 at 7:00 p.m. at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck All are invited to attend this very special service sponsored by the Interfaith Hunger Initiative (IHI) of Indianapolis. Diverse people from different faiths across the north side of Indianapolis will join together to give thanks for the harvest and help feed those who will not have the luxury of a bountiful Thanksgiving. Our guest speaker will be Bishop Christopher Coyne. Please bring a canned food donation for Gleaners or make a contribution... [More]

An Evening with Rabbi Sandy Sasso and Carrie Newcomer

Light, Living, Laughter and Hope: Traveling Companions on the Trail of the Good Question Join Rabbi Sandy Sasso and Quaker songwriter Carrie Newcomer for a very special interfaith evening of stories and songs that express the common quest of the soul. Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at Christian Theological Seminary Fee: $20; students and retirees, $15 For more information or to register online, see www.cts.edu/events Part of the 2014 Spirit & Place Festival. Presented by The Alan and... [More]

Writing Ourselves Into Torah

Our Opening Ceremony Celebration will be on Sunday, November 16 at 10:30 a.m. Writing Ourselves Into Torah celebrates Beth-El Zedeck’s 100th anniversary. We will celebrate with music, Torah parade, dancing, nosh, and more! There will be a souvenir for everyone who attends. Please RSVP to the synagogue office at 317.253.3441.  Read More →

Fall Into Shabbat

The leaves have fallen, and the air is crisp! What better way to end a week in autumn than by joining us for a very special Friday evening Family Shabbat Celebration on November 14 featuring a child-friendly service filled with songs and stores. Everyone is welcome! The service will be followed by an optional family buffet dinner. Please click the Fall Into Shabbat Flyer for more information.  Read More →