Featuring the Shir Ami Choir, dinner and a magic show with Don Miller Friday, December 12 at 6:00 p.m. Join Rabbi Dennis, Rabbi Hal and Cantorial Associate Melissa for a festive Hanukah Shabbat Service. Then stay for a delicious Dinner, catered by Sisterhood & Men’s Club, and enjoy a special magic show! It’ll be fun for the whole family! If you have any dietary or allergy restrictions, please let us know. Each family is asked to bring a canned good for Popsie’s Pantry. Questions? Contact George Kelley or Joanie Waldman at 317/253-3441 or by email at: gkelley... [Read more]

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 to IHI. Visit their website to make an online donation.  Read More →

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 →

We’re going to Israel! Join Rabbis Dennis and Sandy Sasso June 21-July 2, 2015 as we visit Rabin Square, meet local artists, tour Masada, walk through the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, pray at the Kotel (Western Wall), take part at an archaeological dig, and much, much more. View the itinerary and then get more information and register.  Read More →

For every tree you plant, all purchases from the JNF store and any donation you make to Jewish National Fund, JNF will donate 20% back to our synagouge! Honor a friend or loved one by planting a tree in Israel. Click on the logo below.  Read More →