Shabbat Inspiration, Worship Schedule, and LifeCycle Notices
Friday, December 24, 2021 / 20 Tevet 5782
Beth Emet Building Closed Today, Friday, December 24
Should you need to reach someone, please call the Beth Emet afterhours line (847-869-4230 x 4).
Last Sunday, Beth Emet welcomed families with young children, along with our Beit Sefer Kindergarten and 1st graders, to a Winter Fun Fest. With all appropriate safety measures in place, we had a blast!

Kids and parents enjoyed art projects, yoga, and most importantly, the warm, connected, fun feeling of being together in person. Laughing, waving, greeting one another across the room--- there’s nothing like the joy of togetherness. (By the way, the kids are pros at keeping masks on and staying ‘socially distant’. We all could learn from them!) Again and again, we hear that families are craving connections to our community (and staff feel the same way!).

As we continue to explore new and creative ways to plan group gatherings, we’d love to hear your thoughts. (Please do reach out) How can Beth Emet welcome you (kids and adults) with open arms, even though we can’t hug? 

With wishes for good health and lots of joy, 
Shabbat Shalom
Kathy Kaberon
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Be a Shabbat Usher or Greeter
Coming to Kabbalat Shabbat services? Add an extra joy by being a greeter and wishing people “Shabbat Shalom” or serving as an usher as people enter the Sanctuary. To volunteer or to learn more, contact Bekki Kaplan.  
Worship Support
To access worship services virtually, please check the latest info/links on the online calendar. Please note that Kabbalat Shabbat services are also posted on Facebook Live. Kabbalat Shabbat Livestream will include virtual t’filah to follow the service. If you don’t have a copy of Mishkan T’filah (siddur / prayerbook) at home for Kahal Shabbat morning services or Kabbalat Mitzvah services, you can get a free online flip book.