Hans and Franz want you to go to Shul Night Live

01/17/2017 06:21:44 PM

Jan17

Hear me now, believe me later-
Please join us for Shul Night Live on Saturday, February 25th at 7:30 PM
as we celebrate our community and honor Norm and Holly Nelson.

Click here for your personal invite from Hans and Franz
as they proceed to Pump You Up for Shul Night Live. 

For more information about the event, visit our website.

Synagogue e-Highlights - Updated Volunteer Information - January 12, 2017

01/12/2017 06:38:52 PM

Jan12

TBH-BE e-Highlights
January 12, 2017 . 14 Tevet 5777


Featured Events

Congregation Volunteering at JRA
Sunday, January 15

MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 16

Response to Hunger
Tuesday, January 17

Dodgeball
Saturday, January 21

Cook for a Friend
Tuesday, January 24


World Wide Wrap and Silver Circle Award Brunch
Sunday, January 29

Chinese New Year Shabbat Dinner
Friday, February 3

Torathon
Saturday, February 4

Party Expo
Sunday, February 5


MLK Weekend-
Make it a Day On, not Off
Updated Schedule

Toiletry Collection: Please bring in unopened/full-size/unexpired items:soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, etc.

JRA Day
Sunday, January 15

Join us to pack and deliver boxes.

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Pack boxes at JRA warehouse
10980 Dutton Road
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Deliver food boxes to an apartment on Consohocken Road


Please RSVP so we have accurate counts

 

 

MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 16


10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Activities at TBH-BE for individuals of all ages. Stop by for 5 minutes or 2 hours to help volunteer.See our website for more details.

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Help us make soup in the kitchen or pack sandwiches for a shelter in the Cherry Auditorium. Space is limited. 


Please RSVP so we have accurate counts

 

Weekly Friday Services at 6:00pm
Weekly Shabbat Services at 9:30am

 

Friday, January 13

4:41 PM Candle Lighting
5:45 PM Light Refreshments before Kabbalat Shabbat Services co-sponsored by Tracy and Ken Spivack in honor of                 Jacob's Bar Mitzvah and Amy and Leonard Feldman in honor of Eli's Bar Mitzvah, Lobby
6:00 PM M'nuchat Shabbat, Community Room
6:00 PM Shirat Shabbat Services, Holocaust Memorial Chapel

January 14
Torah Portion Vayechi

Torah Gen. 47:28 - 50:26 p 293-311
Haft. I Kings 2:1 - 12 p. 312-314

8:45 AM Mishneh Torah Study Group, Library
9:15 AM Parashat Hashavuah: The Weekly Torah Portion with Rabbi Marc Israel, Coslov Auditorium
9:15 AM Shabbat Babysitting, Room 102
9:15 AM Shabbat School, Classrooms/Library/Youth Activity Center/Coslov Auditorium
9:30 AM Shabbat Service - Bar Mitzvah of Jacob Spivack, son of Tracy and Ken Spivack, Sanctuary
9:30 AM Lay-Led Service coordinated by the Havurah, Holocaust Memorial Chapel
9:30 AM Meditation with Sheila Segal, Community Room
11:00 AM Tot Shabbat sponsored by the Men’s Club, Community Room
12:00 PM Congregational Kiddush Lunch sponsored by Tracy and Ken Spivack in honor of Jacob becoming
                  a Bar Mitzvah, Cherry Auditorium
4:45 PM Havdalah Service - Bar Mitzvah of Eli Feldman, son of Amy and Leonard Feldman, Sanctuary

 


Click here for a full weekly calendar



Gift Shop News!

*Discounts on decor, candles, dreidles, menorahs and lots of giftware items!
40-50% off on jewelry
Limited Hours Tuesday - Friday
Always available by appointment

call:  Kelly - 610-608-4100 or Sharon - 610 724-2105

*some exclusions apply

News from Our Synagogue Family

Mazel Tov to:

Margaret Carrillo and Herb Engelsberg on the marriage of their son
Benjamin Englesberg to Maria Covadonga Soto Casar.

 

Erica and Brian Hoffman and Lisa and David Penn on the birth of their son and grandson,
Spencer Hoffman.


 

Shabbat Speaker:
Rachel Levitan from HIAS
Saturday, February 4

 
Sunday  February 5
 
February 17 - 19

Shul Night Live
Annual Gala

Saturday, February 25

Kosher Certified BBQ Judge Training Class: A Kansas City Barbeque Society sponsored event 
Sunday, June 4
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Eastern European Trip
This June

Anti-Israel Media Bias
Sunday, January 22

 iEngage 3.0
Sunday, January 15

 "Book of Esther" with Emilie Passow
Feb 2, 9, 16, 23
7:30 PM

Garden Manager Needed

     The Garden Manager monitors and maintains the resources that sustain TBH-BE's new
Gan Kehillah, an organic communal garden. The Garden Manager is the point person who
assures that fresh produce from the garden is distributed to the programs at the synagogue
that feed the hungry and nourish our community.


Responsibilities include the following:

  • Create an annual garden plan in cooperation with the Gan Kehillah Committee.
  • Check plants, water and fertilize appropriately, based on season.
  • Monitor availability of produce ready for harvest.
  • Coordinate with the Shabbat Kidddush Coordinator, Cook for a Friend and Response
    to Hunger volunteers about produce available for use in programs and congregational events.
  • Monitor soil/compost resources on hand, and usability of garden structures and tools; notify Gan Kehillah Committee co-chairs about needs.
  • Notify Gan Kehillah co-chairs about needs for volunteers to assist with filling, planting
    or cleaning up beds.
  • Supervise volunteers who assist with filling, planting or cleaning up beds.

This is a year-round position, approximately 10 hours per week during growing season;
5 hours per week during winter. 
Stipend: $15 an hour, up to $7500 per year

Contact Ken Krivitzky if you are interested.

Shabbat School
Saturday, January 14
9:15 AM
 
 
 
ECC Parents Dodgeball
Saturday, January 21 

BONIM PAJAMA PARTY!

* Snacks * Movie * Crafts * Popcorn * Games *

Saturday, February 4th, 2017

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Please note the date change from 1/21 to 2/4.

 

 
 
 
 
   

Volunteer Opportunities with Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El for MLK Weekend

01/06/2017 01:33:05 PM

Jan6

Collection Drive!

The following full and travel size items needed-- 

  • Toothbrushes
  • Toothpaste
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Soap
  • Deodorant

Please drop items off at the office or bring in Monday morning, January 16. 

Sunday, January 15

TBH-BE Goes to JRA


Jewish Relief Agency (JRA) is located in Northeast Philadelphia. Individuals and families that volunteer at JRA will travel to the distribution center to load boxes for delivery. All volunteers will then drive to the same apartment building to deliver the boxes to local residents.

Depending on interest, there will be a bus available to take people from the synagogue to the distribution center, to the apartment and back to the synagogue.


All congregants welcome and encouraged to attend!
 

RSVP Online

 

Monday, January 16

​​​​​​MLK Day of Service


10am - 12pm

  •  Make Feely Hearts and Decorative cards for members of our community who are sick 
  • Make TLC bags for kids who are in the hospital
  • Help Care for the Homeless with our WarmSocks initiative 
  • Assemble Personal Care bags for the most needy in our community
  • Make Purim Decorations to brighten the holidays at our Senior Centers
  • Participate in other educational activities and service projects to recognize the importance of our MLK Day of Service!

1pm - 3pm

  • Cook for a Friend - preparing soups for Seniors in the Greater Philadelphia area
    (15 volunteers)
  • Prepare Sandwiches for those who need assistance (15 volunteers)

RSVP Online

 

Synagogue e-Highlights for the week of January 5, 2017

01/05/2017 06:06:07 PM

Jan5

 
 
 

 

TBH-BE e-Highlights
January 5, 2017 . 7 Tevet 5777
 
 

 

Dear [first_name],

When a Conservative colleague of mine began performing interfaith marriages, blogs, discussion groups and local conversations were initiated among the members of the Rabbinical Assembly and beyond. This startling departure from Conservative practice
has raised this issue for heated debates and sober reflections. I had been asked by several people for my opinion regarding this matter. To be sure, the issues are complicated and the ramifications profound.


The sermon I delivered last Shabbat morning, Dec. 31, 2016, was my attempt to begin
this discussion for our community. I have tried to focus on what for me are the core issues. No doubt, as this issue is debated, layers of complexity will be uncovered and opinions will be formed. For now, I hope that the text of my sermon will provide a good place to begin.


In addition, I take this opportunity to remind you that we will have a special speaker this week at Shabbat services. Marina Furman, Director of the JNF Office in Philadelphia
(and member of our congregation) will speak about “Israel after the Fires”. The recent
fires were responsible for thousands of acres of damage to Israel’s forests and parks. Marina will fill us in on the extent of the damage, the work of replanting and the myriad
of other ways JNF is helping Israel. Marina is a dynamic and powerful speaker. I hope
you can join us.


B’Shalom,

Rabbi Cooper

 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Featured Events

Sisterhood Family Havdalah
Saturday, January 7

Men's Club Book Club
Monday, January 9

Food for Thought: How to Foster a Positive Body Image in Today's Culture 
Tuesday, Jan 10

Congregation Volunteering at JRA
Sunday, January 15

MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 16

Dodgeball
Saturday, January 21


See Below for our New Adult Education Classes: iEngage 3.0 and Anti-Israel Media Bias.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Weekly Friday Services at 6:00pm
Weekly Shabbat Services at 9:30am

Friday, January 6

4:33 PM      Candle Lighting
6:00 PM      Kabbalat Shabbat Services, Holocaust Memorial Chapel


Saturday, January 7

8:45 AM       Mishnah Torah Study Group, Library
9:15 AM       Parashat Hashavuah: The Weekly Torah Portion with Rabbi Marc Israel, Coslov Auditorium
9:30 AM       Lay-Led Service coordinated by the Havurah, Holocaust Memorial Chapel
9:30 AM       Shabbat Services, Marina Furman, Director of the Philadelphia region of JNF will be
                    speaking  about the fires in Israel, Sanctuary
10:00 AM     Shabbat Babysitting, Room 102
11:00 AM     Youth Services - "Oreo Minyan" - for children in grades 1-5, Coslov Auditorium
11:00 AM     Tot Shabbat sponsored by Men's Club and Community Room

12:00 PM     Congregational Kiddush Lunch co-sponsored by Sisterhood, Roberta Sands and
                    Samuel Klausner in honor of the 80th Anniversary of his Bar Mitzvah;
                   Joel and Sharon Freedman, Len and Lauren Cohen, David and Jodie Rittenberg,
                   Jeff and Susan Schwartz, Jackie and Dale Danilewitz, Lori and Steve Dabrow,
                   Terry Katz, and Rob and Roberta Kitchenoff in honor of Marina Furman and the
                    Eastern Philadelphia JNF Board of Directors members and spouses

5:30 PM       Sisterhood Family Havdalah, Coslov Auditorium
6:15 PM       5th Grade Night at the Museum, offsite at National Jewish History Museum


Click here for a full weekly calendar



 
 
 
 
 

News from our Synagogue Family

Mazel Tov to:

Rebecca Rendell and James Lozada on the birth of a daughter Amelie Esther Lozada.
Erika and Josh Bauml on the birth of a son Jacob Bauml.
Rachel Spigler and William Trask on the birth of a daughter.


Condolences to:

Kelly Galfand on the loss of her stepfather, Eugene (Gene) Effron (z'l).
Terry Brucker on the loss of her mother, Natalie Rothstein (z"l).
Alan Kessler on the loss of his father, Alfred Kessler (z"l).
Judith Soslowsky on the loss of her father, Jay Morton Roberts (z'l).

 
 
 
 
Magic Moments

Shabbat Dinner
Friday, February 3

Torathon
Saturday, February 4

Sunday  February 5
 
Adult Education Retreat 
February 17 - 19

Shul Night Live
Annual Gala

Saturday, February 25

Kosher Certified BBQ Judge Training Class: A Kansas City Barbeque Society sponsored event 
Sunday, June 4
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Eastern European Trip
This June

Anti-Israel Media Bias
Sunday, January 8
Sunday, January 22


 iEngage 3.0
Sunday, January 8
Sunday, January 15

 

 "Book of Esther" with Emilie Passow
Feb 2, 9, 16, 23
7:30 PM

 
 
 
 

Garden Manager Needed

     The Garden Manager monitors and maintains the resources that sustain TBH-BE's new
Gan Kehillah, an organic communal garden. The Garden Manager is the point person who
assures that fresh produce from the garden is distributed to the programs at the synagogue
that feed the hungry and nourish our community.


Responsibilities include the following:

  • Create an annual garden plan in cooperation with the Gan Kehillah Committee.
  • Check plants, water and fertilize appropriately, based on season.
  • Monitor availability of produce ready for harvest.
  • Coordinate with the Shabbat Kidddush Coordinator, Cook for a Friend and Response
    to Hunger volunteers about produce available for use in programs and congregational events.
  • Monitor soil/compost resources on hand, and usability of garden structures and tools; notify Gan Kehillah Committee co-chairs about needs.
  • Notify Gan Kehillah co-chairs about needs for volunteers to assist with filling, planting
    or cleaning up beds.
  • Supervise volunteers who assist with filling, planting or cleaning up beds.

This is a year-round position, approximately 10 hours per week during growing season;
5 hours per week during winter. 
Stipend: $15 an hour, up to $7500 per year

Contact Ken Krivitzky if you are interested.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Shabbat School
Saturday, January 14
9:15 AM
 
 
 
ECC Parents Dodgeball
Saturday, January 21 
 
Night at the Museum
Saturday, January 7
Sold Out
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 

Synagogue e-Highlights for the week of December 29, 2016

12/29/2016 02:20:35 PM

Dec29

 
 
 

 

TBH-BE e-Highlights
December 29, 2016 . 29 Kislev 5777
 
 

 

Dear [first_name],

Happy Chanukkah and Happy New Year.

As we prepare for January, I want to highlight a few upcoming events with R.S.V.P.'s.

On the Sunday of MLK weekend, we are taking a congregational trip to the Jewish Relief Agency to distribute food. On Monday, Martin Luther King Day, we will have a day of service as well.

Saturday night, January 21, the ECC Home and School Association will host a Dodgeball Tournament for adults. Individuals and teams are invited.

Please see below for more great events and opportunities coming up.

Shabbat Shalom,

Ken

 
 
 
 

 

 
 

Featured Events

MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 16

 

Sisterhood Family Havdalah
Saturday, January 7

Men's Club Book Club

RSVP to Bob Steiner at 610-649- 0569


Monday, January 9

Food for Thought: How to Foster a Positive Body Image in Today's Culture 
Tuesday, Jan 10

Congregation Volunteering at JRA
Sunday, January 15

  
 
 
 
 

Weekly Friday Services at 6:00pm
Weekly Shabbat Services at 9:30am

Friday, December 30

Chanukkah - 7th Candle

ECC closed for winter break

4:27 PM      Candle Lighting
6:00 PM      Kabbalat Shabbat Services, Holocaust Memorial Chapel

 

Saturday, December 31
Chanukkah - 8th Candle

 

8:45 AM      Mishneh Torah Study Group, Library
9:15 AM      Shabbat Services, Bat Mitzvah of Sonia Laby, 
                   daughter of Rachel Landau and Arthur Laby
10:00 AM    Shabbat Babysitting, Room 102
12:00 PM    Congregational Kiddush Lunch sponsored by Gilda Laby 
                    in honor of Sonia becoming a Bat Mitzvah, Cherry Auditorium

 

Please note Minyan Time Change:  January 2nd - 8:00 am

 

Click here for a full weekly calendar



 
 
 
 
 

News From Our Synagogue Family

 

Mazel Tov to:

Jacki and Alan Glazer on the engagement of their son,
Jordan Dinenberg to Jen Winston.

Jacki and Alan Glazer on the birth of a grandson,
Charlie Meyer Dinenberg, son of Michelle and Eric Dinenb
erg.

Lisa Richman on the engagement of her daughter Rebecca.

Condolences to:

Amy Rosner on the loss of her beloved mother, Annette Rosenwald (z"l).

 
 
 
 
Magic Moments
Winter Session 
Sign Up Now! 

Torathon
Saturday, February 4


Adult Education Retreat 
February 17 - 19

Shul Night Live
Annual Gala

Saturday, February 25

Kosher Certified BBQ Judge Training Class: A Kansas City Barbeque Society sponsored event 
Sunday, June 4
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Eastern European Trip
This June

Please note that there will be no Pirkei Avot Study Group classes
or Nosh'n Learn until January 3, 2017


Adult Ed

Anti-Israel Media Bias
Sunday, January 8
Sunday, January 22


 iEngage 3.0
Sunday, January 8
Sunday, January 15

 
 
 
 
Shabbat School
Saturday, January 14
9:15 AM
 
All classes will resume on
Wednesday, Jan 4
 
 
Winter Break
December 26 - January 2
 
ECC Parents Dodgeball
Saturday, January 21 
 
 
 
 
   Night at the Museum
   5th Grade Overnight
       January 7 - 8
 
 
 
 

Synagogue e-Highlights for the week of December 22, 2016

12/22/2016 04:59:45 PM

Dec22

TBH-BE e-Highlights
December 22, 2016 . 29 Kislev 5777


Dear [first_name],

An early Happy Chanukkah and Happy New Year to you! We are excited for two great family events coming up - Rabbi and Lori Cooper will be hosting a Chanukkah movie, sing-a-long and candle lighting for younger kids (3 - 7) on Monday afternoon. After the New Year, there will be a Family Havdalah on Saturday night, January 7. This is a great, relaxed way to start the evening and the kids love it (I speak from experience).  

Next week, the office will be open from Tuesday - Friday (closed December 26 and January 2). After the new year, there are so many great events to check out. See below!

Shabbat Shalom,


Ken

Featured Events

Chanukkah Movie and Sing-Along
Monday, December 26

3:30 PM

Sisterhood Family Havdalah
Saturday, January 7
5:30 PM

Men's Club Book Club
Monday, January 9


Food for Thought: 
How to Foster a Positive Body Image in Today's Culture 

Tuesday, Jan 10


Congregation Volunteering at JRA
Sunday, January 15

MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 16

 

Weekly Friday Services at 6:00pm
Weekly Shabbat Services at 9:30am

Friday, December 23
4:22 PM         Candle Lighting
6:00 PM         Kabbalat Shabbat Services,  Holocaust Memorial Chapel


Saturday, December 24

Chanukkah - 1st Candle

Torah Portion    Vayeshav
     Torah Gen.  37:1 -  40:23       p.  226-245
           Haft. Amos   2:6 - 3:8        p.  246-249
8:45 AM     Mishneh Torah Study Group, Library
9:15  AM     Shabbat Services, Holocaust Memorial Chapel
10:00 AM   Shabbat Babysitting, Room 102
12:00 PM   Congregational Kiddush Lunch Sponsored by Sisterhood and Supported by

                     Saul Wachs in honor of his 85th birthday, Cherry Auditorium 

Click here for a full weekly calendar



News from our Synagogue Family

 

Mazel Tov to:

Lori and Steve Dabrow on the engagement of their daughter Liza to David Brody.


Condolences to:

Sara Minkoff and Vincent Firth on the loss of their beloved mother Ruth Firth (z"l).
 

Judith Mont Scarani on the loss of her beloved mother Phoebe Mont (z"l).

Magic Moments
Winter Session 
Sign Up Now! 

Torathon
Saturday, February 4


Adult Education Retreat 
February 17 - 19

Shul Night Live
Annual Gala

Saturday, February 25

Kosher Certified BBQ Judge Training Class: A Kansas City Barbeque Society sponsored event 
Sunday, June 4
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Eastern European Trip
This June

 

Please note that there will be no Pirkei Avot Study Group classes
or Nosh'n Learn until January 3, 2017


Adult Ed

Anti-Israel Media Bias
Sunday, January 8
Sunday, January 22


Rabbi's iEngage Series
Sunday, January 8
Sunday, January 15


 
Shabbat School
Saturday, January 14
9:15 AM
 
All classes will resume on
Wednesday, Jan 4
 
 
Winter Break
December 26 - January 2
 
ECC Parents Dodgeball
Saturday, January 21 
 
 
 
 
   Night at the Museum
   5th Grade Overnight
       January 7 - 8

Synagogue e-Highlights for the week of December 22, 2016

12/15/2016 06:37:05 PM

Dec15

 
 
 

 

TBH-BE e-Highlights
December 15, 2016 . 15 Kislev 5777
 
 

 

Dear [first_name],

As we approach the winter months, we are looking ahead to some incredible programming, experiences and opportunities. This Sunday, you can go shopping at the ECC Book Fair or join us at the synagogue for a special Bikkur Holim (visiting the sick) training. Applications are available for the Adult Education Retreat in February and for our Eastern European trip in June. This week, there are two great opportunities to help others by cooking in our kitchen, Response to Hunger on Monday and Cook for a Friend on Tuesday.

As always, as we look at the potential for snow in the near future, if you need any help managing with the weather, please don't hesitate to be in contact with me or with the office. We are here to help.

Shabbat Shalom,


Ken

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Feature Events

 

CFAF - December 20
 4:00 PM  to 8:00 PM

 

Chanukkah Movie and Sing-Along
Monday, December 26
3:30 PM

 

Food for Thought:  How to Foster a 
Positive Body Image in Today’s Culture

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
7:30 PM 


Congregation Volunteering at JRA
Sunday, January 15, 2017

MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 16

 

 
 
 
 

 

Weekly Friday Services at 6:00 pm

Weekly shabbat services at 9:30 am

Friday, December 16
4:19 PM         Candle Lighting
5:45 PM         Refreshments before Shirat Shabbat Sponsored by Jennifer Sherwood and Philip Hirshman                         in honor of Talia's Bat Mitzvah
6:00 PM         M'nuchat Shabbat, Community Room
6:00 PM         Shirat Shabbat Services, Holocaust Memorial Chapel

 

Saturday, December 17
Torah Portion    Vayishlach
     Torah Gen.  32:4 - 36:43       p. 198-220
           Haft. Obadiah  1:1 - 21    p.  221-225
8:45 AM     Mishneh Torah Study Group, Library
9:15 AM     Parashat Hashavuah: The Weekly Torah Portion with Rabbi Marc Israel, Coslov Auditorium
9:15 AM     Babysitting, Room 102
9:15 AM      Shabbat School, Classrooms, Library, Youth Activity Center, Coslov Auditorium
9:30 AM     Shabbat Services - Bat Mitzvah of Talia Hirshman, daughter of Jennifer Sherwood
                     and Philip Hirshman
9:30 AM     Lay-Led Service coordinated by the Havurah, Holocaust Memorial Chapel
12:00 PM   Congregational Kiddush Lunch sponsored by Jennifer Sherwood and Philip Hirshman
                     in honor of Talia becoming a Bat Mitzvah


Click here for a full weekly calendar



 
 

 

News from our Synagogue Family

 

 


 
 

 

New Siddurim


 

If you have ordered new prayer books,
please come to the office for your copy.

 

 
 
 
Magic Moments
Winter Session 
Sign Up Now! 

Music Man Rehearsals
December 22
7:15 PM 

Torathon
Saturday, February 4


Adult Education Retreat 
February 17 - 19

Shul Night Live, Annual Gala
Saturday, February 25

Kosher Certified BBQ Judge Training Class:
A Kansas City Barbeque Society Sponsored Event 
Sunday, June 4
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Eastern European Trip
This June
 
Wednesday
10:00 AM  Yoga
Thursday
Bridge Class with Joe Siegel
7:15 PM 
Saturday
8:45 AM Mishneh Torah
9:15 AM Parsha Hashavua
 
 
 
 
 
 
Religious School Class
Wednesday, Dec 21
4:10 PM
 
All classes will resume on
Wednesday, Jan 4
 
 
 
Winter Break
December 26 - January 2
 
ECC Parents Dodgeball
Saturday, January 21 
Night at the Museum
   5th Grade Overnight
       January 7 - 8
 
 
 
 

 

Gift Shop Specials

 

Image result for Chanukkah

Here comes Chanukkah

So much funukah

To celebrate Chanukkah

Holiday Shopping?

10% off purchases under $25

20% off purchases $25-75

30% off purchases $75 and over

*some exclusions apply

cannot be applied to sale merchandise
 

               We have decorations, gelt, wrapping paper, candles and so much more

Open limited hours
Tues-Fri and 
on Sunday mornings.
Always available by appointment.
email 
Kellydash@comcast.net

 

Shabbat Ushering and Greeting Training - We Want You

12/09/2016 12:24:11 PM

Dec9

 
Ushering and Greeting on Shabbat
 
Dear Friends,
 
At TBH-BE, we regularly have greeters stationed inside our front double doors wishing people a Shabbat Shalom and directing them to our services and two ushers outside the Sanctuary doors offering assistance, especially to those with physical challenges.  More so than providing information and help, these ambassadors of TBH-BE are critical to being the face of our shul and representing our values.  We all probably remember the first time we entered our Synagogue and the impact of the first person who extended themselves to us.  The central purpose of having ushers and greeters is not to enforce protocol, but rather to facilitate everyone's positive experience at shul.
 
We are conducting an orientation to prospective and current greeters and ushers on December 14, 2016 at 7:00 PM in the Holocaust Memorial Chapel.  
 
Please join us.  If you have any interest in serving as a greeter or usher, even if only once a year, please come to this short presentation.  We would love to have you.  We will provide instruction on the use of assisted listening devices, guidelines for seating those with physical challenges, and general tips for welcoming people to our shul.  If you are a "people-person," this will be a great fit.  If you are interested in volunteering in this capacity and cannot attend or if you have any questions, please let me know.  Many thanks to Sara Crimm and Allan Horowitz for leading this very important effort.
 
Thanks and Shabbat Shalom,
 
Josh Davison
President, TBH-BE

Synagogue e-Highlights for the week of December 8th

12/08/2016 04:26:08 PM

Dec8

 
 
 

 

TBH-BE e-Highlights
December 8, 2016 . 8 Kislev 5777
 
 

 

 

Thank you for your feedback on last week's email.  We are working to incorporate your suggestions into our new and improved e-Highlights.  In this week's email you will learn about an important Israel program (TONIGHT), our Craft and Gift Show this Sunday, Dodgeball and many other great events and activities.

Shabbat Shalom,

Ken

 

 
 
 
 
 

Sisterhood Craft and Gift Show
Sunday, December 11

 
 
 
 

Feature Events

Shabbat L'Hagdil
Saturday, December 10

Bikkur Holim Training
Sunday, December 18

ECC Book Fair
Sunday, December 18

Response to Hunger
Monday, December 19
3:00 PM

Cook for a Friend
Tuesday, December 20
4:00 PM

Congregation Volunteering at JRA
Sunday, January 15

MLK Day of Service
Monday, January 16

 
 
 
 

 

Craft and Gift Show Extras

Shoppers and Volunteers wanted
Lunch is available to purchase from
Nana's Kitchen   

Eagles Game is being shown at 1:00 PM 

 
 
 
 

News of our synagogue family

Mazel Tov to:
Jane Love Solomon and Jeffrey Solomon on the marriage of their daughter Rebecca Solomon to Jared Cobert (correction from two weeks ago)
 
 
 
 

Weekly Friday services at 6:00pm
Weekly shabbat services at 9:30am

Friday, December 9
4:17 PM         Candle Lighting
5:30 PM        Light Refreshments Sponsored by the Parents of our 1st grade students, Lobby
6:00 PM        Kabbalat Shabbat Services, Community Room
6:00 PM        1st Grade Shabbat Dinner, Holocaust Memorial Chapel, Coslov Auditorium, Library

Saturday, December 10
Torah Portion   Vayetzei
     Torah Gen.  28:10 - 32:3        p. 166-187
          Haft. Hos 12:13 - 14:10     p.  188-193 
8:45 AM      Mishneh Torah Study Group, Library
9:15 AM      Parashat Hashavuah: The Weekly Torah Portion with Rabbi Marc Israel, Coslov Auditorium
9:30 AM      Lay-Led Service coordinated by the Havurah, Holocaust Memorial Chapel
9:30 AM      Shabbat Services, Sanctuary
10:00 AM    Shabbat Babysitting, Room 102
11:00 AM    Tot Shabbat sponsored by the Men's Club, Community Room
11:00 AM    Youth Services - "Oreo Minyan", Coslov Auditorium
12:00 PM    Kiddush Sponsored by Sisterhood, Cherry Auditorium
12:45 PM    Shabbat L'hagdil, Cherry Auditorium

 
 
 
 
 
Magic Moments Winter Session  Sign Up Now! 

Music Man Rehearsals
December 8, 12, 15
7:15 PM 

Torathon
Saturday, February 4


Adult Education Retreat 
February 17 - 19

Shul Night Live, Annual Gala
Saturday, February 25

Kosher Certified BBQ Judge Training Class: A Kansas City Barbeque Society sponsored event 
Sunday, June 4
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Eastern European Trip
This June
 

Saturday 

8:45 AM Mishneh Torah
9:15 AM Parsha Hashavua

Monday 

10:00 AM Yoga
3:15 AM Fitness for All

Tuesday 

9:30 AM Pirkei Avot
Wednesday
9:30 AM Yoga

Thursday 

3:15 PM Fitness for All

 
 
 
 
 
1st Grade Shabbat
Friday, December 9
 
B'nai Mitzvah Family meeting
Sunday, December 11
11:00am

 
 
Tot Shabbat
Saturday, December 10
 
Winter Break
December 26 - January 2
 
ECC Parents Dodgeball
Saturday, January 21 
            
 
 
 
BONIM
 Grades 1 - 4
Bonim Pottery Painting
Sunday, December 11
 
Night at the Museum
5th Grade Overnight
January 7 - 8
 
 
 
 

Gift Shop News


Put on your yarmulke
Here comes Chanukah
So much funukah
To celebrate Chanukah

Holiday Shopping?
10% off purchases under $25
20% off purchases $25-75
30% off purchases $75 and over
*some exclusions apply
can not be applied to sale merchandise 

 

 
Thu, November 23 2017 5 Kislev 5778