Getting Ready for Shabbat
DIGITAL PRAYERBOOK To follow along during services, Click Here . If available, please consider using a second device to view the prayers so you can easily follow along .
BORROW A PRAYER BOOK Want to borrow a prayer book? Contact Dafna Weintraub . Please include your address for a local no-contact delivery, which will be made by congregant Doug Madenberg.
YAHRZEIT NAME READINGS For a name to be read aloud on Erev Shabbat, Click Here.
TRIBUTE DONATIONS To make a donation in memory or honor of a friend or loved one, Click Here.
In case you missed it, want to see it again or would like to see something of interest, we are pleased to share the following online resources.
Questions about Hebrew Classes with David Woolfe?
 
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Hebrew Classes with David Woolfe

Introduction to Hebrew Reading
Tuesdays, Ongoing through August 18 at 7:00 p.m.
David Woolfe will lead a class on Hebrew conversation to strengthen Hebrew skills and understand Hebrew grammar. For students who have completed Intro to Hebrew or who can read Hebrew. 
Meeting ID: 8968894 5437, Password: Hebrew1
Don't have zoom? Call in: 646 558 8656, Meeting ID: 8968894 5437, Password: 825563

Hebrew Prayer for Understanding and Proficiency
Tuesdays, Ongoing through July 28 at 8:00 p.m.
A Hebrew class for getting the most understanding and meaning from our prayer service. Designed for students who have completed Intro to Hebrew or are able to decode Hebrew characters.
Meeting ID: 871 0818 0788, Password: Hebrew2
Don't have zoom? Call in: 646 558 8656, Meeting ID: 871 0818 0788, Password: 646773

Simple Conversation Hebrew
Wednesdays, Ongoing through July 29 at 8:00 p.m.
Hebrew conversation to strengthen Hebrew skills and understand Hebrew grammar. For students who have completed Intro to Hebrew or who can read Hebrew.
Meeting ID: 851 3989 2858, Password: Hebrew3
Don't have zoom? Call in: 646 558 8656, Meeting ID: 851 3989 2858, Password: 751810
Beyond Fiddler: Musical Theater and the Jewish Soul
Last session in the 3-part series
Thursdays, June 25
7:30 to 8:30 p.m . : Conversation from the Historical to the Present
 
Irving Berlin and the Gershwins; Rodgers and Hammerstein—and Hart; Harburg and Arlen; Harnick and Bock; and Kander and Ebb are just some of the Jewish creators who mixed their own musical heritage with jazz, blues and operetta to invent a new form of theater. But how did their Jewishness help shape their work? How did their themes of identity, assimilation, social justice and Zionism play out on the Broadway stage, and how has their depiction of Jews and Jewish themes changed throughout the decades?

Join TBE member Len Schiff, as he explores the story of Jews and Jewish themes in the American musical after a special viewing of one of his own musicals, The Golem of Havana (lyrics by Len Schiff, music by Salomon Lerner and book by Michel Hausmann, which enjoyed sold-out runs at the LaMama Theater in New York City, Barrington Stage in the Berkshires, Miami New Drama's Colony Theater and Phoenix Theater in Indianapolis). Click here for a preview!
Parents and Children Cooking Together with Mark Esken

Thursday, July 2
4:00 p.m.
Spend quality time with your family and learn new cooking techniques as congregant Mark Esken shares his love of cooking with his daughter, Hannah. You’ll come away with an easy, fun, and delicious menu to create with your family. Mark is culinary master with many years of experience as a chef and in the food industry.

Meeting ID: 930 9298 7872, Password: 4GDZGs

Call in info – (646) 558-8656
Phone ID: 930 9298 7872, Phone Password: 862992
ADL’s Fighting Hate from Home

Thursday, June 25
2:00 p.m.
As TBE is a proud participant of the ADL Signature Synagogue program, all are invited to attend this timely webinar discussion on fighting racism as a multiracial Jewish Community with Ilana Kaufman, Executive Director of the Jews of Color Field Building Initiative, Gamal Palmer, Schusterman Fellow 2019, Ginna Green, political consultant and strategist, and ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt.

Send the Sweetest of all Rosh Hashanah Greetings!
Send Honey to your friends and family and support Temple Beth-El
 
Just in time for Rosh Hashanah, we will ship an 8 oz. jar of Kosher clover honey with a personalized card.
 
Cost is $12 per jar, free shipping through July 22 within the U.S. Additional fees for international orders.
For more information,  View Flyer Here
To Place an order  Click Here
Covid Relief Fund—Support Those in Need
We recognize that many of our temple families are being affected by the closure of businesses.
If you're facing a financial challenge, please contact our clergy immediately for a private conversation about how your Beth-El family can receive assistance.
 
Please consider a donation to our emergency fund to help those whose livelihood and ability to care for themselves or their family has been impacted.

Todah Rabah , thank you very much, to all who have already given generously.