Join Rabbi Goldberg for a congregational havdalah service, a delicious dairy dinner, and a wonderful 90 minute documentary film by Erik Greenberg Anjou about Cantor Jacob Mendelson on Saturday, November 22 at 6 pm.
Edna Naveh will be leading an adult course “Modern Jewish Heroes” on October 26, November 16, and November 23 at 9:45 am
“Til Faith Do Us Part: How Interfaith Marriage is Transforming America”
The Beth Pomerantz Education Series will present a fascinating exploration of the promise and peril of interfaith marriage today at its next program featuring guest speaker Naomi Schaefer Riley. The program will be held on Sunday, December 7 at 9:45 am at Temple Beth El.
In Sara Levy’s Salon
Rebecca will discuss and perform the music owned and played by Sara Levy (1761-1854), a keyboard student and patron of two sons of Johann Sebastian Bach.
SUNDAY, APRIL 19 2015
Rabbi Sussman will present a program on an aspect of Jews and American History.
Temple Beth El’s Sisterhood was proud to co-sponsor the recent Klezmer Quintet concert with St. Peter’s Church in Lancaster. The concert was held on Saturday, November 1 at the church. This was the first time ever that our Sisterhood collaborated with the church, and it was a truly wonderful evening of entertainment and fellowship. Many church members expressed their hope that we can work together again in the future. Following the concert, we extended our thanks to Donna Burkholder, music director at the church and coordinator of the concert, for reaching out to us to hold this joint program.
This year,funds from the Jewish Food Festival held in May exceeded all expectations and raised more than $17,200. We increased our bottom line over last year’s record return. In addition, Temple Beth El donated 108 Mitzvah Meals to the Water Street Rescue Mission. We could not have done this without the combined efforts of the