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Simchat Torah Celebration on October 17, 2014
Rabbi Naomi Steinberg will lead a Family Kabbalat Shabbat Service on Simchat Torah starting at 5 PM. This festive service will include a vegetarian potluck supper and the traditional procession with our sefer Torah. The TBE Choir will join in festive Shabbat activities. Erika Rees will be Board Presence.

ENGAGING ISRAEL: FOUNDATIONS FOR A NEW RELATIONSHIP

Rabbi Naomi leads a nine-part adult education series called “Engaging Israel: Foundations for a New Relationship,” a project of the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem. The course includes video presentations by distinguished Israeli scholars, text study, and discussion. This course seeks to reframe the discussion about the enduring significance of the State of Israel for contemporary Jews worldwide, rooting conversation about Israel in Jewish values and ideas. Information can be found at the Hartman Institute’s website: Engaging Israel: Foundations for a New Relationship: http://hartman.org.il/Fck_Uploads/file/EI.DVD.flyer-updated%20June%202013.pdf#page=2  A donation of $36 is suggested; supplemental written course materials are an additional $20 per set.

The course will be offered from 6 pm to 8 pm on the following dates:

January 7 & 21
February 11 & 25
March 11 & 25
April 8 & 22
May 6

Pre-registration is required. For more information, or to register, contact the TBE office 444-2846.

The Temple Office is open 10 am to 2 pm, Monday through Thursday, but you may leave a message any time: (707) 444-2846.

 

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Shalom!

Welcome to Temple Beth El

We are a small congregation in Eureka, California, made up of about 130 families from Humboldt County. Built in 1964, Temple Beth El is the oldest synagogue along California’s northern coast. Although we are affiliated with the Union of Reform Judaism (URJ), our members come from a variety of Jewish backgrounds, including Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, Renewal and Reconstructionist. We are a Welcoming Congregation.

Our Temple offers weekly Shabbat services, Torah study, religious school, adult education and celebrations of Jewish holidays. Please contact our office by phone at 707-444-2846, or by email at bethel@reninet.com for further information.

Directions and a map can be found on the “Contact Us” page: http://templebetheleureka.org/contact-us/