Wednesday, October 12 at 4:00 p.m. A series of scenes and songs from IRT’s Bicentennial Play, Finding Home: Indiana at 200. Produced by Janet Allen, Executive Artistic Director of the Indiana Repertory Theatre, and followed by a conversation led by Keira Amstutz, President and CEO of Indiana Humanities. Supported by the Judaism, Arts, Interfaith and Civic Engagement Fund in Honor of Rabbis Dennis and Sandy Sasso.  Read More →

Monday, October 3 at 4:30 p.m. Welcome the Jewish New Year 5777 with a BLAST! Meet in the Borns Multi-Purpose Room for a fun, upbeat, kid-friendly family celebration led by Rabbi Shelley and Cantor Melissa. Following the brief service, families will have a BLAST competing in a game of Rosh Hashanah Bingo for prizes! Enjoy sweet treats for a sweet New Year. Tashlikh will follow at the Kulwin Pond at 5:45 p.m.  Read More →

You may submit your seat request and Yom Kippur Book of Remembrance listing electronically through our website. Click Worship, then Holiday Celebrations, and use the links near the top of the page. You may also get to the links by clicking “read more” at the end of this post. Then click here for the seat form and here for the Remembrance Book form.  Read More →

September 5 – December 1, 2016 This fall, Beth-El Zedeck will join together with other members of the local faith community to help build two houses with Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity. The houses will be for two families in the Haughville neighborhood on Indy’s west side. The project is entitled “Build on Faith,” and will take place September 5 to December 1. The project organizers refer to this build as a way to put our faith into action. At Beth-El Zedeck, we call it Tikkun Olam. Through this project, we can help to “repair the world” by coming together... [Read more]

Welcome Shabbat as a family at Shabbat HaMishpacha on the second Friday of every month. This casual and musical service will be held in the Sasso-Eisenberg Youth Lounge beginning at 6:00 p.m. followed by a sweet-filled oneg. Families with children of all ages will love this highly participatory service!  Read More →