Dear Bet Torah Family:

Seders were truly different this year. We were not able to be with the people we are normally with and we were able virtually to be with people we never thought we could. This different time continues to be both heartbreaking and inspiring. 

On the first day of Passover I talked about the fact that in America we too often rush past complicated, difficult experiences with a shrug and an "It's all good." What we need is the conversation the seder encourages us to have where we break the middle matzah and admit that things are broken and we will not find the afikomen until we talk about it. I invite you to read my sermon  Breaking Open

Here are some upcoming events you might be interested in. 

(Bet Torah Zoom events are now password protected. Congregants have received the password through email. Please let us know if you need help.) 
  • Join us for end of Passover services. Note that Tuesday evening and Wednesday evening minyans are at 6:30pm holiday times. Thursday we will have a Yizkor commemoration during our 9:30am service. You can find the whole schedule with links here
  • Thursday Happy Hour Meditation  5-6pm with Rabbi Sacks and Robin Wald.
  • Friday Women's Torah Study 10am 
  • Sunday at 10am join us for our Yom Hashoah Commemoration
We are so proud of our Caring Committee and families who delivered and funded the making of Kosher for Passover meals and seder plates for families who are ill, particularly isolated or in mourning. Thank you Chef René Leon and Sarah Stern Leon for cooking all those meals and then delivering meals and seder plates to Northern Westchester Hospital so that staff working through the holiday could enjoy as well. Thanks to all for making sure that kol dichfin, all who are hungry may come and eat this Passover.

Chef Rene's Shabbat meal program is now open to all congregants to order for you and your family to enjoy. If you would like to order meals please fill out this form

And every week our Caring Committee will be delivering meals to families in our community.  If you would like to volunteer or contribute to the Caring Committee's meal program you can find out more here

A reminder that we are always here for you. Please don't hesitate to reach out.

Rabbi Aaron Brusso
Bet Torah
60 Smith Avenue
Mount Kisco, NY 10549