Upcoming Calendar Events
Thursday, April 5- 6:30 pm* Minyan Time Change
Friday, April 6 9:30 am-  Yontif Services
Friday, April 6 6:30 pm-  Friday Night Services  - Seventh Day of Passover
Saturday, April 7  9:30 am  Yontif Services   Passover ~ Yizkor
Tuesday,April 10- 7:15am  Early Morning Minyan 
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 5:00pm - Yom HaShoah Community Commemoration
Thursday, April 12 - 8:15am Boomers Spring Outing
Tuesday, April 17- 7:15am  Early Morning Minyan 
Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm - Bet Torah In The City
Saturday, April 21- 10:30am-  An Introduction to Shabbat Morning Services *new*
Saturday, April 21 - 7:30pm - Beatles Night @ BT Annual Fund Fundraiser
Tuesday, April 24- 7:15am  Early Morning Minyan 
Thursday, April 26 - 7:45pm - Community Conversation with AJC's Jason Isaacson
Sunday, April 29 - 9:15am Sisterhood- Essential Oils Workshop RSVP by April 20

Important Reminders
-Starting April 10: Please stop by Rabbi Koffmans office to pick up your Share Shabbat box Kindly email Rabbi Koffman before picking up
- Essential Oils Workshop - R.S.V.P. by April 20th to nancy@nandon.net
Bet Torah Yom HaShoah Community-Wide Commemoration
Tuesday, April 10, 5:00pm
We will join together through music, poetry and reflection to mourn and commemorate the loss. The service is not only a tribute to those who perished in the Shoah but will also feature the stories of Gerta Baitch, survivor and community member and Jack Feldman, survivor and grandfather of Stacey Saiontz. This program will feature art and poetry by the Zayin class. Zayin Student Artwork will be featured. We hope all Zayin students and their families will join us for this program.

During the ceremony, any family of Shoah survivors will have the opportunity to light a memorial candle. Come be a witness to the witness.  
Westchester- Wide Community Celebration
April 15, 2018! 12PM-5PM

The Westchester Jewish Council invites you to take part in our community’s huge celebration at the Schechter Westchester in Hartsdale. Not only will we be celebrating Israel’s milestone birthday, but we will be paying tribute to great achievements of our young Jewish homeland. There will be a variety of exhibits, speakers, interactive workshops, performances, children’s activities, and, of course, good food.  Read More Join WJC on Facebook fo r more details!

​​Adults: $20/adult &at the door ​Children/Students (through college age): Free
Admission price includes all activities. Check out the list of food vendors
Wednesday, April 25 at 7pm-
Sisterhood Torah Fund Event and Kenny Green and His Klezmer Band- Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 11 to Stacey Follman at sfollman@optonline.net - Cost: $36 with a check payable to Torah Fund * and mailed to Bet Torah Sisterhood/Torah Fund

Thursday, April 26 at 7:45pm
 Moving the American Embassy:  A Community Conversation About the U.S. Role in the Arab-Israeli Conflict - A Discussion with AJC's Jason Isaacson, longtime analyst of U.S. political and strategic affairs and an advocate for Arab-Israeli peace (following Minyan)

Friday, April 27 at 6:30pm
Home Grown  Shabbat A La Mode  with BT’s very own Mike & the Mentsches & Bet Torah’s Youth Chorus followed by dinner & Discussion with Yanki Margalit, Israeli entrepreneur & innovator

Saturday, April 21
Tickets still available until April 13th!
  One, Two, Three, Four. 
Can I have a little more....reasons to go to Beatles Night at Bet Torah?

Here's A Sampling:
Personalized Song Written for You by Cantor Herman
Emmary Day Spa Gift Certificate
Beautiful Artwork from The Aesthetic Sense
Fro Yo with Morah Mindy!
Shabbat Sharing Chef Consultation and many more!

Contribute to the Annual Fund with
Song Memories or sponsor:
Shabbat a La Mode and speaker Yanki Margalit

Join us for Home Grown Shabbat a la Mode with Bet Torah's very own Mike and the Mentsches and Bet Torah Youth Chorus

Friday April 27th at 6:30 pm
Following the service, the community is invited to our cozy, hamishe Shabbat dinner. After dinner, round off this wonderful Shabbat evening by gathering, with other adults & teens, to hear Yanki Margalit , one of Israel's great technologists & entrepreneurs. He is a popular & highly engaging speaker!

Dinner for members is free but
you must RSVP by April 24
The fee for non-members is $18 for adults and $15 for children under 12.
Please send payment for the dinner to Bet Torah, 60 Smith Ave, Mt. Kisco, NY 1054 9
Essential Oils Workshop
April 29th at 9:15am
Sisterhood invites you to a workshop presented by Susannah Leighton Swanso., Join us for a fun and educational seminar on The Power of Aromatherapy and its Roots in the Torah. Learn how to use pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils to achieve optimal health. Discover which oils can be used to relieve stress, increase vitality and help your overall sense of well-being R.S.V.P. by April 20th to nancy@nandon.net
Rabbi Koffman will be hosting the Sisterhood Torah Study on Bamidba
April 12 at 7:00pm

Rabbi Koffman is hosting an informal Torah Study to discuss the book of Bamidbar, which we will begin the weekend of Sisterhood Shabbat, May 18-19th. All congregants are welcome and refreshments will be served! Please RSVP to Leah Beth Merker lbmerker@gmail.com
"Which Red Book Are We In Anyway?"
  An Introduction to Shabbat Morning Services
April 21 and May 5, 10:30 am

If you feel unsure about what to do when you come to services or want to feel more comfortable in the service so that on the day of your child's bar or bat mitzvah the sanctuary feels like your home, this is the conversation for you! We'll take a look at the overall structure of the Shabbat morning service and walk through the set up of our siddurim (prayer books). Bring your questions or email them in advance to rabbinic intern
 Jessica Fisher at jfisher@bettorah.org
We're inviting each and every one of you to reach out to one or two families or individuals who are part of the Bet Torah family, and to start a tradition of sharing Friday night dinners together. Why? To help to push the pause button in your crazy life and create some balance. To build in more time to connect with your family, and with other Bet Torah families. Read more
Arc Stages to present The God of Isaac beginning April 6, 2018
The God of Isaac by James Sherman is about a young man who goes on a spiritual quest to find out about his Jewish heritage. Using comic moments from classic American literature and film to help him learn, audiences will find themselves laughing hysterically one moment and wiping a tear the next, as he works through life lessons dealing with his high school Jewish girlfriend, his Shiksa wife and his loving, interfering mother. Purchase Tickets or call 914-747-6206 for information.
**discount code for congregants: the promo code isaac3 can be used at checkout for $3 off every ticket.* *
Commentary On This Week's Torah Portion

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Thursday, April 5- 6:30 pm Minyan* Time Change

Sunday - 9:00 am
Tuesday (Early morning Minyan) - 7:15am
Monday-Thursday - 7:30 pm
Friday, Kabbalat Shabbat services - 6:30 pm
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