Beit Midrash Weekly Newsletter
October 5 // 26 Tishrei

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Love Your Neighbor

Sunday, October 7, at 10:00 am, Cook For a Friend, Join fellow members in the BAI kitchen, as we cook and bake together for fellow members.  RSVP/questions

Sunday, October 10- Narberth Food Pantry: Support this vital community resource  attend their anniversary fundraiser.

Help HIAS Help Refugees
HIAS needs furnishing for newly arriving refugees, to access the Amazon wishlist please click  here . Pots, pans, twin/queen comforters and sheets needed.

JRA Packing & Delivering
Sunday 10/14   Jewish Relief Agency . Local deliveries also needed. To RSVP or for more information click  here.

Support Philly Goat Project  (new/gently used items needed, collection bin in BAI foyer)
Yoga mats, spray bottles, tarps, towels/sheets, trash cans, paper towels, broom/dustpans, shovels, outdoor decor, rubber boots, hand sanitizer. Questions, contact  Rachel Harmon .

October 5

Mazal Tov to Maya Kirschner on becoming Bat Mitzvah!

Students arrive at 9:00am
Parents are invited to join their students in services at 10:00am
Early Childhood

10:45-11:30am- Pre-K Shabbat Program, Room 104

11:30am-12pm- Tot Shabbat! Room 101
A note from Leo ...

Dear Parents,

I am excited and honored to present to you our new Middot curriculum for the year. The Middot are a list of Jewish values or virtues that are used as a guideline for improving one's self. I believe that studying these Middot can teach the students about the most beautiful and meaningful parts of Judaism, and help them become better people. These Middot are the same ones that will be used for the Tikkun Middot Project series with Rabbi David. We plan on sending the students home with some questions, and hopefully, you can continue the learning at home. The link to the Middot are above, listed with Scope and Sequence.

Shabbat Shalom!
October 11th, 4-6:00 pm
Service Day at JFCS

We are cooking food for those in need.

Parents! Please let us know if you would like to volunteer. Space is limited. Pick up and drop off at JFCS. More details to come!
Do It Jewish!
11:00 am- 12:00 pm at BAI

A fun activity for kids ages 2-6 and their parents/caregivers. Every meeting we do something different that relates to a big Jewish event. Sometimes we build, and sometimes we even bake. A program so special, you can only do it once a month! Kids love it. (So do parents!) Participation is free of charge, open to non-members and members, and requires RSVP to Sarah .
Tunes for Tots at Trail's End Cafe!
10-11:00 am, every first and third Friday starting October 5

Join Hazzan Harold for a "jam" packed, interactive hour featuring sing-along songs from Pop and folk faves like the Beatles, Pete Seeger and Joni. Also included are stories, puppets and more while enjoying delicious coffee, tea, pastries and more! Check out the playlist .