DEADLINE: TUESDAY FEBRUARY, 24 Hamantaschen are available in poppyseed, cherry, apricot, prune and raspberry flavors and are $7.50/dozen when preordered. Click the Hamantaschen order form to print your form. Please contact George at gkelley {at} bez613(.)org var mailNode = document.getElementById(''); var linkNode = document.createElement('a'); linkNode.setAttribute('href', "mailto:%67%6B%65%6C%6C%65%79%40%62%65%7A%36%31%33%2E%6F%72%67"); tNode = document.createTextNode("gkelley {at} bez613(.)org"); linkNode.appendChild(tNode); ... [Read more]

Friday, January 30 at 6:00 p.m. Celebrate Shabbat Shirah (the Shabbat of Song) with a spirited musical service featuring Kol Zimra, Beth-El Zedeck’s adult choir, and other musicians under the direction of Cantorial Associate Melissa Cohen. Shabbat Shirah recalls the triumph of the Exodus as our people rejoiced in song after crossing the sea to freedom.  Read More →

Saturday, January 31, 2015 Preview at 7:30 p.m.; Auction at 8:30 p.m. An exciting variety of custom framed art will be on display and available for auction. The selection will include a broad range of art by popular artists as well as sports, movie, and rock and roll memorabilia. You will find there is something for every taste, priced from $45. Tickets will be available in the synagogue office or you can purchase them below. Click here to purchase one ticket for $15. Click here to purchase two tickets for $25.  Read More →

Writing Ourselves Into Torah celebrates Beth-El’s 100th anniversary. This project is an opportunity to fulfill a mitzvah and, at the same time, to be part of creating something that will be used in the synagogue for years to come. This Torah we write will be used at the High Holy Days, B’nai Mitzvah, Shabbat and festival services and any time the Torah is read. Underwriting a portion of the Torah benefits the congregation’s Foundation, which has supported many projects and given over $2 million to the congregation since its creation in 1983. For more... [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 →