Candle lighting 4:00 pm
November 30: Parashat Toldot
Havdalah 5:11 pm
Shabbat Morning:  9:30am followed by Kiddush lunch
Tuesday Minyan:  7:30am followed by bagel breakfast
UPCOMING AT BETH TIKVAH
This week's Kiddush lunch is being hosted by Darek & Anna Jakubowski
SAVE THE DATE
The next Community Shabbat Dinner at Beth Tikvah will be December 13th. Watch for details.

December 22nd, 5:00-7:30pm
Monday, December 23, 7-9pm
RSVP by December 15, to usyrichmond@gmail.com

Next book is Dear Mrs Bird by AJ Pearce
January 22, 2020

 BETH TIKVAH PRESCHOOL -  Now accepting registrations
Following Shabbat lunch Rabbi Rubin will continue his discussion classes to explore what the greatest Jewish sages and scholars have to teach us about the weekly Torah portion.  Translations to all commentaries are provided. No background necessary.

Explore the deep spiritual wisdom and philosophical insight of five masters of our tradition. No background need for this journey into the heart of Judaism's deepest teachings.
MAZEL TOV
To our members celebrating a birthday in the coming week: 
Anne Hazon
Robert Moutal
Heather Baker
Kevin Krygier
Darryl Segal
Rose Slutsky
To our members celebrating an anniversary in the coming week:

Colin & Cheryl Plotkin 

Give a little love, send a special card for their special day - Online card order
COMMUNITY EVENTS
SENIORS PROGRAM
Hosted by Kehila of Richmond in partnership with Beth Tikvah Synagogue.
December 2: Movie on Itzhak Perlman
December 9: Jessica Dube, Hygienist

Register today to secure your spot in 2020
 
JEWISH MUSEUM & ARCHIVES OF BC PRESENTS
The Scribe 2019 Launch Event
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Congregation Beth Israel, 989 W. 28th Ave. Cost: $54
The 2019 edition of The Scribe - the annual journal of the Jewish Museum & Archives of BC - celebrates medical innovators within our community. Featuring never-before published interviews and profiles of pioneering health professionals.
 
Featuring a keynote by Dr. Carol Herbert, a pioneer in developing services for sexually abused children and co-founder of Sexual Assault Service for Vancouver. Dr. Herbert is internationally known for her leadership in primary care research, and particularly for participatory action research with aboriginal communities, focused on diabetes and on environmental effects on human health.


LIMMUD VANCOUVER'20
Limmud is a festival of Jewish learning (Feb 29/March 1), and whether you've read the Torah twice over in Aramaic or your only connection to Judaism is having enjoyed a bagel & "shmear", there's something for you at LimmudVan'20. Forty-six interesting and engaging presentations.  Look for the link to the schedule on the Limmud Vancouver home page.
 
Register now and take advantage of Early Bird pricing!  REGISTER today!