Saturday, July 14, 9:30 – 10:15 a.m.

Singing, movement, music, and refreshments at a fun Shabbat service for children newborn through 3 years old, parents, grandparents, and friends. Older siblings are welcome, too! Led by Rabbi Shelley Goldman and Juliette Nehring.

Thursday, June 14 at 7:00 p.m.

Religious School at Beth-El Zedeck is getting a makeover for the 21st Century and we couldn’t be more excited! Our new curriculum blends Hebrew and Judaic learning through text, technology, music, movement, art, and creative and individualized teaching, preparing students for lifelong connections to Jewish prayer, community, and peoplehood. Religious School parents are invited to learn more about the changes at this informational meeting.

Friday, July 6 at 6:00 p.m.
This Shabbat will feature an all-American line-up of Shabbat music in honor of Independence Day!

Friday, June 22 at 6:00 p.m.
Join us for an outdoor, family-friendly service at Uncle Davy’s Cabin on the beautiful grounds of Beth-El Zedeck. The service will be followed by a picnic dinner and a visit by an ice cream truck! Look for your postcard in the mail to make your reservation. This service runs parallel to the regular Erev Shabbat service.

Celebrate Fathers, Grandfathers, and Other Heroes!
Saturday, June 16 following Shabbat Services
Join hosts Joanne Classick and Barry Levitt and your other friends for a fun-filled lunch as we celebrate some very special men — fathers, grandfathers, and great role-models from our past…and present! This is a participatory celebration: Bring a photo of your hero, and we’ll try to match you to your hero!

Sharon Mishkin and her committee will prepare and serve a delicious lunch for the bargain price of just $5. Make your reservation by calling the synagogue office at 317-253-3441 and sending your check by Friday, June 8.

Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. in the Alpert-Solotken Library

Join Rabbi Shelley Goldman Shabbat mornings to engage with our people’s most sacred text. We will follow the weekly parsha focusing on the second triennial cycle of readings, a.k.a. “the middle” of each week’s story. We begin and end each discussion with sacred Hebrew chanting. All are welcome, and drop-ins are encouraged.

Join us for Friday Night Live the first Friday of the month, featuring spiritually uplifting music to welcome Shabbat. Cantor Melissa Cohen and the Beth-El band will lead us in lively and spirited songs sure to enhance your Shabbat experience!

Unique and creative, Congregation Beth-El Zedeck has kept pace with the changes of modern Jewish thought, while embracing the richness of our religious civilization.

The rabbinic and lay leadership of the synagogue have attained local and rabbinical recognition and our congregation has been commended for its innovative and creative programming. We are affiliated with both the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation.